Positions

Selected Publications

Academic Article

Year Title Altmetric
2020 Protocol for measuring indoor exposure to coal fly ash and heavy metals, and neurobehavioural symptoms in children aged 6 to 14 years oldBMJ Open.  10:e038960. 2020
2020 Health symptoms among adults living near a coal-burning power plant 2020
2020 National secular trends in ambient air volatile organic compound levels and biomarkers of exposure in the United StatesEnvironmental Research.  182. 2020
2019 Respiratory health in adults residing near a coal-burning power plant with coal ash storage facilities: A cross-sectional epidemiological studyInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.  16. 2019
2019 Seasonal variations, source apportionment, and health risk assessment of heavy metals in pm2.5 in Ningbo, ChinaAerosol and air quality research.  19:2083-2092. 2019
2019 The search for environmental justice: The story of north BirminghamInternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.  16. 2019
2018 Elevated Blood Lead Levels by Length of Time From Resettlement to Health Screening in Kentucky Refugee ChildrenAmerican Journal of Public Health.  108:270-276. 2018
2017 Youth doing dangerous tasks: Supervision mattersAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine.  60:789-797. 2017
2017 Health of Children Living Near Coal AshGlobal Pediatric Health.  4. 2017
2016 Exposure-Reducing Behaviors Among Residents Living Near a Coal Ash Storage SiteHealth Education and Behavior.  43:559-567. 2016
2015 Community Views About the Health and Exposure of Children Living Near a Coal Ash Storage SiteJournal of Community Health.  40:357-363. 2015
2015 Are healthcare providers asking about environmental exposures? a community-based mixed methods studyJournal of Environmental and Public Health.  2015. 2015
2014 The association between school-to-work programs and school performanceJournal of Adolescent Health.  54:221-227. 2014
2012 Attitudes of teenagers towards workplace safety trainingJournal of Community Health.  37:1289-1295. 2012
2012 Working for mom and dad: Are teens more likely to get injured working in family-owned businesses?Journal of Community Health.  37:186-194. 2012
2007 Exposure to lead and length of time needed to make homes lead-safe for young childrenAmerican Journal of Public Health.  97:267-270. 2007
2006 Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Work-Related Injuries among TeenagersJournal of Adolescent Health.  39:422-426. 2006
2006 Severe injury and the need for improved safety training among working teens.American Journal of Health Behavior.  30:525-532. 2006
2006 Association of arsenic-contaminated drinking-water with prevalence of skin cancer in Wisconsin's Fox River Valley 2006
2006 The relationship between work permits, injury, and safety training among working teenagersAmerican Journal of Industrial Medicine.  49:360-366. 2006
2006 Severe injury and the need for improved safety training among working teensAmerican Journal of Health Behavior.  30:525-532. 2006
2005 A comparison of school performance and behaviors among working and nonworking high school studentsFamily and Community Health.  28:214-224. 2005
2004 Prevalence of chronic diseases in adults exposed to arsenic-contaminated drinking waterAmerican Journal of Public Health.  94:1936-1937. 2004
2004 Trends in blood lead levels among children enrolled in the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children from 1996 to 2000American Journal of Public Health.  94:1513-1515. 2004

Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Science, University of Illinois System : Chicago 2001
  • Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Vanderbilt University 1996
  • Bachelor of Science or Mathematics in Chemical Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1994
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Postdoctoral Fellowship 2003
  • Full Name

  • Kristina Zierold