Edward J. Calabrese is a board
certified toxicologist who is professor of toxicology at the
University of Massachusetts, School of Public Health,
Amherst. Dr. Calabrese has researched extensively in the
area of host factors affecting susceptibility to pollutants,
and is the author of more than 300 papers in scholarly
journals, as well as 24 books, including Principles of
Animal Extrapolation; Nutrition and Environmental Health,
Vols. I and II; Ecogenetics; Safe Drinking Water Act:
Amendments, Regulations and Standards; Soils Contaminated by
Petroleum: Environmental &;Public Health Effects; Petroleum
Contaminated Soils, Vols. 1, 2, and 3; Ozone Risk
Communication and Management; Hydrocarbon Contaminated
Soils, Vols. I, II, and III; Hydrocarbon Contaminated
Soils and Groundwater, Vols. 1, 2, and 3; Multiple
Chemical Interactions; Air Toxics and Risk Assessment;
Alcohol Interactions with Drugs and chemicals; Regulating
Drinking Water Quality; Biological Effects of Low Level
Exposure to Chemicals and Radiation; Contaminated Soils:
Diesel Fuel Contamination; Risk Assessment and Environmental
Fate Methodologies; Principles and Practices for Petroleum
Contaminated Soils; and Performing Ecological Risk
Assessments. He has been a member of the U.S. National
Academy of Sciences and NATO Countries Safe Drinking Water
committees, and of the Board of Scientific Counselors for
the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).
Dr. Calabrese also serves as Director of the Northeast
Regional Environmental Public Health Center at the
University of Massachusetts and Chairman of the BELLE
Ph.D. Physiology/Toxicology, University of Massachusetts at
Amherst, MA. 1973
Professor of Toxicology, School of Public Health, University
of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 1976-present.
Assistant Professor of Environment/Occupational Medicine,
School of Public Health, University of Massachusetts,
University of Illinois. 1974-1976.
BOARD CERTIFICATION IN TOXICOLOGY
Academy of Toxicological Sciences. 1982-present.
Human and Ecological Risk Assessment -
Environmental Toxicology and Safety - Editorial Board
Human and Experimental Toxicology - Editorial Board
Inhalation Toxicology - Editorial Board
Journal of Soil Contamination - Editorial Board
Society of Toxicology
Society of Risk Analysis
Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
American College of Toxicology
Principal Investigator on grants/contracts and related
activities approaching 8 million dollars.
Over 300 peer-reviewed papers published in leading
toxicology journals. Author of over ten comprehensive books
on various aspects of toxicology and the co-editor of over
LISTING OF SELECTED AUTHORED BOOKS
Calabrese, E.J., and Baldwin, L.A. (1993). How to Conduct
an Ecological Risk Assessment. Lewis Publishers.
Calabrese, E.J. (1983, 1991). Principles of Animal
Extrapolation: Predicting Human Responses from Animal
Studies. Lewis Publishers, Inc., Chelsea, MI.
Calabrese, E.J. and Kenyon, E. (1991). Air Toxics and
Risk Assessment. Lewis Publishers pp. 650.
Calabrese, E.J. (1991). Multiple Chemical Interactions.
Lewis Publishers. Chelsea, MI. pp. 704.
Calabrese, E.J. (1986). Age and Susceptibility to Toxic
Substances. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York. 370 pp.
Calabrese, E.J. (1985). Toxic Susceptibilities: Male and
Female Differences. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York.
Calabrese, E.J. February (1984). Ecogenetics. John
Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York. 300 pp.
Calabrese, E.J. And Dorsey, M. (1984). Healthy Living in an
Unhealthy World, Simone Schuster, New York
Calabrese, E.J. (1981). Nutrition and Environmental Health:
The Influence of Nutritional Status on Pollutant Toxicity.
Volume II. The Mineral and Maconutrients. John Wiley and
Sons, Inc., New York. 500 pp.
Calabrese, E.J. (1980). Nutrition and Environmental
Health: The Influence of Nutritional Status on Pollutant
Toxicity. Volume I. The Vitamins. John Wiley and Sons,
Inc., New York. pp. 600.
Calabrese, E.J. (1978). Methodological Approaches For
Deriving Environmental Health Standards. John Wiley and
Sons, Inc., New York
Calabrese, E.J. (1978). Pollutants and High Risk Groups.
John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York