CHL 5901 – Occupational & Environmental Hygiene II
CHL 5914 – Physical Agents I Noise and Vibration
Honours & Awards
Current Research Projects
Occupational and other risk factors for prostate cancer
Occupational exposure to ultrafine particles and the relationship to early indicators of cardiopulmonary effects.
Physician diagnosed asthma, respiratory and cutaneous symptoms,immunologic sensitization and exposures among cleaners.
Characterization of microbial contaminants in metalworking fluids
Whole Body Vibration and Prostate Cancer – A Feasibility Study
Tarlo SM, Liss GM, Greene JM, Purdham J, Kerr M. Work attributed symptom clusters (Dark Room Disease) among radiographers versus physiotherapists: associations between self-reported exposures and psychosocial stressors. Am J Ind Med. 2004;45:513-21.
N Lightfoot, M Conlon, N Kreiger, AM Sass-Kortsak, J Purdham, G Darlington. Medical history, sexual, and maturational factors and prostate cancer risk. Ann Epid 14:655-662, 2004
GM Liss, S Tarlo, J Doherty, J Purdham, J Greene, L McCaskell, M Kerr. Physician-diagnosed asthma, respiratory symptoms and association with workplace tasks among radiographers in Ontario, Canada.. Occup Environ Med (2003); 60:254-261
Tarlo S., Purdham J. Air sampling in occupational asthma.