Researchers/Staff

researchers

  • Research Industrial Hygienist
    Using IPM to Reduce Pyrethroid Pesticide Exposures in Dairy Workers, Pilot Study of Risk Factors for Heat-Related Illness in Agricultural Workers, Reducing Agricultural Worker Risks through New and Emerging Technologies, Ergonomic Evaluation of Emerging Technologies in the Tree Fruit Industry, Pesticide Safety in Tree Fruit: Translating Research, Overcoming Barriers, Improving PPE Effectiveness in Agricultural Application, Pilot Study of Risk Factors for Heat-Related Illness in Agricultural Workers
  • Post-doctoral Fellow, National Cancer Institute
    Measurement of Farmworker Exposure to OP Pesticides through Protein Adducts
  • Research Coordinator
    Health and Safety of Forest Workers on the Olympic Peninsula, Risk Factors for Cholinesterase Depression Among Pesticide Handlers, Introducing a Cholinesterase Test Kit into Clinical Practice, Aggravating Factors of Asthma in a Rural Environment
  • Research Coordinator
    Aggravating Factors of Asthma in a Rural Environment, Risk Factors for Cholinesterase Depression Among Pesticide Handlers, Reality Tales: Storytelling to Translate Agricultural Health and Safety Research, Ergonomic Evaluation and Development of Best Practices for the Use of Mobile Work Platform Technology in Orchards, Pilot: FFA Community Mobilization for Safe Agricultural ATVs and Tractor ROPS Use
  • Research Coordinator. Pablo Palmández has been an Agricultural Specialist with the PNASH Center since 2007. Mr. Palmández works within the farm community, linking farmers and farmworkers and the center’s agricultural research projects. Mr. Palmández grew up in an costal rural agricultural town at the Mexican Pacific Northwest, rising through his academic merit to study integrated pest management for his bachelor’s degree in the Universidad Autónoma Chapingo in Mexico. His Master’s degree in Plant Pathology, focusing on Micology is from Washington State University. Mr. Palmández combines his scientific, agricultural, and cultural background to provide leadership and education to the Yakima agricultural community.
    Interventions to Minimize Worker and Family Pesticide Exposures, Risk Factors for Cholinesterase Depression Among Pesticide Handlers, Ergonomic Evaluation and Development of Best Practices for the Use of Mobile Work Platform Technology in Orchards
  • Senior Research Associate CROET, Psychology Section Chair, OAS
    Administrative and Planning Core, Hidden Exposure: Impact of Work Stress on Health in Farmworker Families
  • Research Industrial Hygienist
    Aggravating Factors of Asthma in a Rural Environment, Interventions to Minimize Worker and Family Pesticide Exposures, Ergonomic Evaluation and Development of Best Practices for the Use of Mobile Work Platform Technology in Orchards, Development and Dissemination of a Fluorescent Tracer Test Kit
  • Professor Emeritus, Affiliate Professor
    Outreach Program
  • Manager
    Administrative and Planning Core, Education, Outreach Program, Evaluation Program, Pilot/Feasibility Projects and Emerging Issues Program, Pesticide Safety in Tree Fruit: Translating Research, Overcoming Barriers, Educational Video for Farmworker Ladder Safety and Heat Illness Prevention
  • Graphic Designer | Media Specialist
    Outreach Program, Educational Video for Farmworker Ladder Safety and Heat Illness Prevention, Development and Dissemination of an Educational Video For Farmworkers, Pesticide Safety in Tree Fruit: Translating Research, Overcoming Barriers
  • Program Coordinator
    Communication and Education,Pesticide Effects: Integration into Health Care Provider Curricula, Development and Dissemination of a Fluorescent Tracer Test Kit