Dr. Adgate is an exposure scientist interested in the impact of chemical and nonchemical stressors on human health and disease development. His current research focuses on impacts stemming from energy development, the consequences of early chemical exposures on children’s health, and the influence of a changing climate on building and occupant health.
- Health impacts and sustainability of energy development
- Chemical exposure and child health
- Air pollution exposure and health
- Climate and health
- Air pollution risk assessment
Adgate JL, DB Barr, CA Clayton, LE Eberly, NCG Freeman, PJ
Lioy, LL Needham, ED Pellizzari, JJ Quackenboss, A Roy, K Sexton. 2001.
Measurement of children's exposure to pesticides: analysis of urinary
metabolite levels in a probability-based sample. Environ Health Perspect
Adgate, JL, TR Church, AD Ryan, G Ramachandran, A
Fredrickson, MT Morandi, TH Stock, K Sexton. 2004. Outdoor, indoor, and
personal exposure to VOCs in children. Environ Health Perspect 112:1386–1392 [Online 15 July 2004;
Alexander, BH, KK Raleigh, J Johnson J, JH Mandel, JL Adgate, G Ramachandran, R Messing, T
Eschenhauer, A Williams. 2011. Radiographic evidence of the effects of
non-occupational asbestos exposure from processing Libby vermiculite in a
community. Environ Health Perspect, 120: 44-49, [Online October 12, 2011: doi:
dx.doi.org/10.1289/ehp.1103529]. PMID: 21992801
Adgate, JL, BD Goldstein, LM McKenzie. 2014. Critical review:
Potential public health hazards, exposures and health effects from
unconventional natural gas development.
Environ. Sci. Technol. 2014, 48, 8307−8320 [Online February 24, doi: 10.1021/es404621d]. PMID:24564405
McKenzie, LM, W Allshouse, T Burke, BJ Blair, JL Adgate. 2016. Population size,
growth, and environmental justice near oil and gas wells in Colorado. Environ Sci Technol, 50 (21), pp
11471–11480 [Online September 30, doi: 10.1021/acs.est.6b04391]. PMID:27689723.
(Biology), Calvin College, 1981
- MSPH, Environmental Science and Engineering, University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health
- PhD, Environmental Health, granted jointly by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and Rutgers University
Honors & Awards:
1986-7: U.S. Public
Health Service Training Grant
2004: Elected to
Delta Omega, Honorary Public Health Society, Pi Chapter
2004: The Joan M.
Daisey Outstanding Young Scientist Award, International Society for Exposure
Visiting Scholar, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Center for the
Environment, Department of Industrial Engineering, Santiago Chile