- Environmental toxicology
Burns M and Gerstenberger S (accepted 2013) Implications of the New CDC Blood Lead Reference Value, American Journal of Public Health x:xx-xx.
Nowinski P, Hodge VF, Gerstenberger S, Cizdziel J (2013). Analysis of mercury in desert varnish samples in areas impacted by coal-fired power plants, Environmental Pollution 179:132-137. DOI: 10.1016/j.envpol.2013.04.011
Berger J and Gerstenberger S. (2013). An evaluation of lead concentrations in imported hot sauces, Journal of Environmental Science and Heath, Part B: Pesticides, Food Contaminants, and Agricultural Waste 48(7): 530-538. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03601234.2013.774226
Burns M, Shah L, Marquez E, and Denton S, Neyland B, Vereschzagin D, Gremes D,
Gerstenberger S (2012). Efforts to identify at-risk children for blood lead screening in pediatric clinics – Clark County, Nevada, Clinical Pediatrics 51(11): 1048-1055. DOI: 10.1177/0009922812458352
Phipps A, Fels, H, Gerstenberger S, and Burns M (2012). Lead poisoning due to geophagia: The consumption of miniature pottery. Open Journal of Pediatrics 2(1): 60-66.
Murphy K, Berger J, Gerstenberger S, More FG, and Kingsley K (2011). A pilot study: Screening of dentine lead levels from deciduous teeth sampled from children aged 3-11 years of age in Clark County, Nevada, Nevada Journal of Public Health 1:28-31.
Gleason K, Gerstenberger S, Pulliam G, Ahmed T, Fagliano J, Moffett D, and Ulirsch G (2010). Evaluating and Regulating Lead in Artificial Turf, Environmental Health Perspectives 118(10):1345-1349.
Greenway J and Gerstenberger S (2010). An evaluation of lead concentrations in plastic toys located in day care centers in Las Vegas, Nevada, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 85:363-366.
Gorospe EC and Gerstenberger S (2008). Atypical sources of childhood lead poisoning in the United States: A systematic review from 1966-2006, Clinical Toxicology 46(8):728-737.
Cabb EE, Gorospe EC, Rothweiler AM, and Gerstenberger S (2008). Toxic remedy: A case of a 3-year-old child with lead colic treated with lead monoxide (Greta), Clinical Pediatrics 47:77-79.