Dr. Evan P. Gallagher, Ph.D.
Sheldon D. Murphy Professor of Environmental Health Sciences
Phone: (206) 616-4739
Fax: (206) 685-4696
Laboratory phone: (206) 543-1005
Laboratory Contact: Mike Espinoza
Dr. Gallagher maintains an active research program focused in the area of the molecular and biochemical basis for susceptibility of environmental chemical toxicity. Specifically, our work is directed toward an understanding of the role of genetics and biochemistry of oxidative defense and biotransformation enzyme expression in individual, developmental, and species’ differences in susceptibility to environmental chemicals. Our work encompasses studies in Pacific salmon and zebrafish, as well as in fish and human cell models. Accordingly, we address toxicological issues that often involve ecological and human health.
READ Roberts S, Noyes P, Gallagher E, Stapleton H. 2011. Species-specific differences and structure-activity relationships in the debromination of PBDE congeners in three fish species. Environmental Science and Technology. 45(5):1999-2005.
READ Shao, J., White, C., Dabrowski, M., Kavanagh, T. and Gallagher, E. 2010. Flow cytometry analysis of BDE 47 mediated injury to rainbow trout gill epithelial cells. Aquatic Toxicology. 97:42-50.
READ Browne, E., Stapleton, H., Kelly H., Tilton, S. and Gallagher, E. 2009. In vitro hepatic metabolism of 2, 2',4,4',5-pentabromodiphenyl ether (BDE 99) in Chinook Salmon (Onchorhynchus tshawytscha). Aquatic Toxicology. 92(4):281-287.