His primary scientific interests are in Environmental exposure, Environmental health, Risk assessment, Public health and Environmental justice. Within one scientific family, Ken Sexton focuses on topics pertaining to Metropolitan area under Environmental exposure, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Environmental engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Organic chemicals, Air pollutants and Census as well as Environmental health.
His Risk assessment study incorporates themes from Research design, Hazardous waste and Exposure assessment. His studies in Public health integrate themes in fields like Environmental chemistry, Ventilation and Indoor air quality. He performs integrative study on Environmental justice and Socioeconomic status in his works.
His primary areas of study are Environmental health, Environmental exposure, Risk assessment, Environmental engineering and Environmental chemistry. His work in the fields of Exposure assessment overlaps with other areas such as Disadvantaged, Environmental justice and Human exposure. Ken Sexton has researched Environmental exposure in several fields, including Chlorpyrifos and Data collection.
His Risk assessment study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Risk analysis, Risk management and Public health. The Indoor air quality research he does as part of his general Environmental engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Ambient air and Wood burning, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His work investigates the relationship between Environmental chemistry and topics such as Ozone that intersect with problems in Slash.
His primary areas of investigation include Environmental health, Risk assessment, Risk analysis, Stressor and Socioeconomic status. His research integrates issues of Health equity, Social determinants of health and Risk management in his study of Environmental health. Risk assessment is closely attributed to Public health in his study.
His work in Risk analysis tackles topics such as Management science which are related to areas like Science policy. His work deals with themes such as Census, Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System and Foreign born, which intersect with Socioeconomic status. Obesity is closely connected to Environmental exposure in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Cumulative risk assessment.
Ken Sexton mainly investigates Risk assessment, Cumulative risk assessment, Stressor, Adverse health effect and Environmental exposure. His Risk assessment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Health impact assessment, Social determinants of health, Public health and Environmental health. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Environmental health and Social policy through his works.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biomarker, Urine, SOCIOECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED and Organochlorine pesticide in addition to Adverse health effect. His work often combines Environmental exposure and Environmental justice studies. Ken Sexton interconnects Science policy and Management science in the investigation of issues within Risk analysis.
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Indoor air pollution: a public health perspective
John D. Spengler;Ken Sexton.
Distribution of industrial air emissions by income and race in the United States: an approach using the toxic release inventory.
Susan A. Perlin;R. Woodrow. Setzer;John. Creason;Ken. Sexton.
Environmental Science & Technology (1995)
Outdoor, indoor, and personal exposure to VOCs in children.
John L. Adgate;Timothy R. Church;Andrew D. Ryan;Gurumurthy Ramachandran.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2004)
Measurement of children's exposure to pesticides: analysis of urinary metabolite levels in a probability-based sample.
J. L. Adgate;D. B. Barr;C. A. Clayton;Lynn E Eberly.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2001)
Human Biomonitoring of Environmental Chemicals
Ken Sexton;Larry L. Needham;James L. Pirkle.
American Scientist (2004)
Comparison of personal, indoor, and outdoor exposures to hazardous air pollutants in three urban communities.
Ken Sexton;John L. Adgate;Gurumurthy Ramachandran;Gregory C. Pratt.
Environmental Science & Technology (2004)
Residential proximity to industrial sources of air pollution: interrelationships among race, poverty, and age.
Susan A. Perlin;David Wong;Ken Sexton.
Journal of The Air & Waste Management Association (2001)
Assessing children's exposure to hazardous environmental chemicals: an overview of selected research challenges and complexities
Larry L. Needham;K. E N Sexton.
Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology (2000)
If cumulative risk assessment is the answer, what is the question?
Michael A. Callahan;Ken Sexton.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2007)
Assessing cumulative health risks from exposure to environmental mixtures - three fundamental questions.
Ken Sexton;Dale Hattis.
Environmental Health Perspectives (2007)
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