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Mary Haasch

  • Ph.D.
  • Processing Specialist/Biologist/Toxicologist
  • CSC
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20

Publications

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Research 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

Followers (6)

  • Pavel Abdulkin

    Pavel Abdulkin

  • Cecilia Lascano

    Cecilia Lascano Universidad Nacional del Comahue, Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias

  • ana miranda

    ana miranda RMIT University

  • MRADUL TIWARI

    MRADUL TIWARI

  • Syamsidar Gaffar

    Syamsidar Gaffar IPB (Bogor Agriculture University)

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Publications

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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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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Impact of Nanoparticles on Aquatic Organisms

McClellan-Green P, Oberdörster E, Zhu S, Blickley M, Haasch M, Monteiro-Riviere N, Tran C

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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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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