Andrea   Kidd Taylor, PhD

Lecturer, Department of Health Policy and Management

 

Education

DrPH, Health Policy, Johns Hopkins University, 1989
MSPH, Industrial Hygiene, University of Alabama, 1982

Biosketch, Academic, and Research Activities - coming soon!

Occupational and environmental health and safety interventions; indoor air quality in Baltimore City's public schools; minority workers; and the prevention of environmental exposure to pesticides.

Current Grants

Title: Coalition to End Childhood Lead Poisoning (CECLP) SAFE At Home Baltimore.
Year Awarded: 2008
Role: Principal Investigator

Title: Maryland Pesticide Network/Beyond Pesticides Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in Health Care Facilities- community outreach.
Year Awarded: 2008
Role: Principal Investigator


Selected Publications

Rowel, R and Taylor, A. (Co-Eds) (2007). MSU-SPHP and JHU Center for Public Health Preparedness Proceedings of the Symposium on Public Health Preparedness: Why Culture Matters, June 4-5, 2006.

Taylor, AK (2006). The US Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board: Reflections of a Former Board Member. New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 16(4), 419-428.

Taylor, AK and Murray, LR (2006). Occupational Safety and Health. Social Injustice and Public Health, Editors: Barry S. Levy & Victor Sidel, Oxford University Press, 337- 356.

Taylor, AK (2000). The U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board: Who Are We? The AIH Diplomat: News from the Academy of Industrial Hygiene, Issue#00-3, 29-4 29-5.

Taylor, AK; Murray, LR. Minority Workers. Occupational Health: Recognizing and Preventing Work-Related Disease and Injury (4th Ed.), 679-687.