Rollins School of Public Health | Faculty Profile
Emory Rollins School of Public Health

Richard  Hertzberg

Adjunct Professor

Adjunct or Visiting, Environmental Health

 

1980-2006 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, National Center for Environmental Assessment. Led research program on health risk assessment of chemical mixtures. Two silver medals and four bronze medals for mixture risk assessment methods and cumulative risk assessment guidance. Distinguished Achievement Medal in environmental statistics, American Statistical Association
2006- present  Private consultant, Adjunct Professor at Emory University
2011- present  Fellow, Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment

2012-2015  Special Term Employee, Argonne National Laboratory

 

Contact Information

Biomathematics Consulting ,

Atlanta , GA 30307

1932 Grist Stone Ct NE

Phone: 404-291-0087

Email: rhertzb@emory.edu

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Areas of Interest

  • Environmental Health
  • Risk Assessment
  • Toxicology

Affiliations & Activities

Society for Risk Analysis, Dose-Response Specialty Group

Publications

  • , , Characterizing risk for cumulative risk assessments, Risk Analysis, 38, 1183-1201
  • , , Component-based risk assessment approaches with additivity and interactions, In: Chemical Mixtures and Combined Chemical and Nonchemical Stressors: Exposure, Toxicity, Analysis, and Risk (Rider, CV and Simmons, JE, eds), , 369-420
  • , , Estimating Greenspace Exposure and Benefits for Cumulative Risk Assessment Applications (Summary Report), EPA/600/R-16/025, , 106
  • , , A four-step approach to evaluate mixtures for consistency with dose addition, Toxicology, 313, 134-144
  • , , Cumulative Risk Assessment Toolbox: Methods and Approaches for the Practitioner, Journal of Toxicology, 2013, 1-36
  • , , Cholinesterase inhibition and depression of the photic after discharge of flash evoked potentials following acute or repeated exposures to a mixture of carbaryl and propoxur, NeuroToxicology, 33, 332-346
  • , , Incorporating Nonchemical Stressors Into Cumulative Risk Assessments, Toxicological Sciences , 127, 10-17