Christopher D. Heaney, PhD MS

Position(s)

Director, Johns Hopkins Environmental Health Microbiology and Immunology Laboratory (EHMIL)

School(s)

Environmental Health Sciences, Bloomberg School of Public Health

Personal Website

SciVal Website Link
Current Courses Link

Environmental epidemiology,Occupational and environmental health,Infectious disease,Water and health,Global climate change,Community-based participatory research

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    Basnyat B, Dalton HR, Kamar N, Aggarwal R, Krain LJ, Pischke S, Izopet J, Kmush BL, Rein DB, Heaney CD, Wedemeyer H, Jones ML, Shih JW, Wu T, Zhang J, Xia NS, Baylis SA, Piot P, Nelson KE, Farrar J, Labrique AB. Nepali earthquakes and the risk of an epidemic of hepatitis E.  2015. The Lancet. 385(9987):2572-3. PMID 26091742.
  • Heaney CD†, Kmush B*, Navas-Acien A, Francesconi K, Schulze K, Fairweather D, Nelson K, Klein S, Li W, Ali H, Shaikh S, Merrill R, Wu L, West K, Christian P, Labrique A.  Arsenic exposure and susceptibility to hepatitis E virus infection during pregnancy.  Environmental Research. 142 273–280. 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2015.07.004

  • Nadimpalli M*, Pisanic N*, Heaney CD, Stewart JR.  Equivalence of influenza A virus RNA recovery from nasal swabs when lysing the swab and storage medium versus storage medium alone. J. Virol. Meth.  2015.  217(14-17). DOI: 10.1016/j.jviromet.2015.01.008.

  • Nadimpalli M*, Rinsky JL*, Wing S, Hall D, Stewart J, Larsen J, Nachman KE, Love DC, Pierce E*, Pisanic N*, Strelitz J, Harduar-Morano L, Heaney CD†. Persistence of livestock-associated antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus among industrial hog operation workers in North Carolina over 14 days. Occup. Environ. Med.  2014.  72(2):90-9.

  • Rinsky JR*, Nadimpalli M*, Wing S, Hall D, Baron D, Price LB, Larsen J, Stegger M, Stewart J, and Heaney CD†. Livestock-associated methicillin and multidrug resistant Staphylococcus aureus is present among industrial, not antibiotic-free livestock operation workers in North Carolina.  PLOS ONE.  2013.  8(7):e67641.

  • Heaney CD†, Sams E, Dufour A, Brenner K, Haugland R, Wymer L, Wing S, Marshall S, Serre M, Love D, Noble R, Wade TJ. Fecal indicators in sand, sand contact, and risk of enteric illness among beach-goers. Epidemiology.  2012.  23(1):95–106.

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Projects

Building an Enabling Environment for Vaccines in India...

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