Mary Haasch Ph.D.

Processing Specialist/Biologist/Toxicologist

CSC

Location
Duluth, Minnesota, United States
Discipline
Biological Sciences
Interests
Nanotoxicology, environmental toxicology, aquatic toxicology, endocrine disruption/reproductive toxicology, developmental toxicology, physiological and biochemical adaptation to anthropogenic stress, biotransformation, lower vertebrate and invertebrate mo
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Publications

  • Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes): developmental model for the study of alcohol teratology.

    Wang X, Williams E, Haasch M, Dasmahapatra A

    Birth defects research. Part B, Developmental and reproductive toxicology (2006)

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  • Ecotoxicology of carbon-based engineered nanoparticles: Effects of fullerene (C60) on aquatic organisms

    Oberdorster E, Zhu S, Blickley T, Mcclellangreen P, Haasch M

    Carbon (2006)

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  • Induction of lauric acid hydroxylase activity in catfish and bluegill by peroxisome proliferating agents1

    HAASCH M, HENDERSON M, BUHLER D

    Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Pharmacology, Toxicology and Endocrinology (1998)

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  • Combined effects of ethanol and cinnamaldehyde in the Japanese medaka embryo-larval assay (MELA).

    Haasch M, Ford A

    Marine environmental research (2004)

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  • Regulation of plasma 1,25-(OH)2-D3 by phosphate: evidence against a role for total or acid-soluble renal phosphate content.

    Gray R, Haasch M, Brown C

    Calcified tissue international (1983)

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  • Progress Report Summary: Chemical Effects on Metabolism and Reproduction

    Haasch M, University of Maryland Center for Environmental S

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  • Chemical and biological assessment of produced formation water (PFW) effluent from Harriet A Platform, on a tropical reef species, Stripey searperch (Lutjanus carponotatus). Final Report for Apache Energy Pty.

    Codi King S, Bennett C, Haasch M, Zhu S, Mondon J, Mueller J et al.

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  • Expression of Adh8 mRNA is developmentally regulated in Japanese medaka (Oryzias latipes)

    Dasmahapatra A, Wang X, Haasch M

    Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol (2005)

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  • Impact of Nanoparticles on Aquatic Organisms

    McClellan-Green P, Oberdörster E, Zhu S, Blickley M, Haasch M, Monteiro-Riviere N et al.

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  • Consideration of the toxicity of manufactured nanoparticles

    Haasch M, McClellan-Green P, Oberdörster E, Kuzmany H, Fink J, Mehring M et al.

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  • Immunodetection of hepatic peroxisomal PMP70 as an indicator of peroxisomal proliferation in the mummichog, Fundulus heteroclitus

    Ackers J, Johnston M, Haasch M

    Mar Environ Res (2000)

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  • Combined effects of ethanol and cinnamaldehyde in the Japanese medaka embryo-larval assay (MELA)

    Haasch M, Ford A

    Mar Environ Res (2004)

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  • Biomarker induction in tropical fish species on the Northwest Shelf of Australia by produced formation water

    Zhu S, King S, Haasch M

    Mar Environ Res

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  • Induction of lauric acid hydroxylase activity in catfish and bluegill by peroxisome proliferating agents

    Haasch M, Henderson M, Buhler D

    Comp Biochem Physiol C Pharmacol Toxicol Endocrinol (1998)

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  • Hepatic CYP1A1 induction in rainbow trout by continuous flowthrough exposure to beta-naphthoflavone

    Haasch M, Quardokus E, Sutherland L, Goodrich M, Lech J

    Fundam Appl Toxicol (1993)

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  • Biomarker induction in tropical fish species on the Northwest Shelf of Australia by produced formation water

    Zhu S, King S, Haasch M

    Mar Environ Res (2008)

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  • Induction of Anti-Trout Lauric Acid Hydroxylase Immunoreactive Proteins by Peroxisome Proliferators in Bluegill and Catfish

    Haasch M

    Mar Environ Res (1996)

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  • Abstracts from 14th international symposium on pollutant responses in marine organisms (PRIMO 14) - Pollutant effects on reproduction and development

    Mar Environ Res (2008)

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  • Regulation of plasma 1,25-(OH)2-D3 by phosphate: evidence against a role for total or acid-soluble renal phosphate content

    Gray R, Haasch M, Brown C

    Calcif Tissue Int (1983)

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  • Environmental induction of CYP1A-, CYP2M1- and CYP2K1-like proteins in tropical fish species by produced formation water on the northwest shelf of Australia

    Zhu S, King S, Haasch M

    Mar Environ Res (2006)

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Professional experience

Processing Specialist/Biologist/Toxicologist

CSC

March 2009 - Present

Education history

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Ph.D.

December 1989 - Present