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Emmanuel ObengGyasi

Assistant Professor

Emmanuel ObengGyasi
College
College of Science and Technology

Department
Department of Built Environment

Contact
Price Hall 118
Education
B.A.Chemistry / Indiana University Bloomington
PostBaccalaureateCertificateEnvironmental and Occupational Health / Johns Hopkins
MPHPublic Health Administration / Indiana University Bloomington
Ph.D.Environmental Health / Indiana University Bloomington

Research Interests

Dr. Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi completed his doctorate in Environmental Health and Epidemiology at Indiana University, Bloomington. He uses biostatistics, epidemiology, molecular biology, and analytical chemistry techniques to investigate the effects of environmental toxicants on the environment and populations. His research interests include: Heavy metals and their effects on environmental and human health; environmental epidemiology; ecotoxicology; environmental and urban geochemistry; prevention and control of vector-borne diseases; and global health.

External URL

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=ddX2Z3YAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao

Recent Publications

  • Cecilia Obeng, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2020). (Immigrants’ reported health status and the kind of home remedies brought from their native countries: A preliminary study). (2) 11, ). Journal of Alternative Medicine Research.
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2020). ( Chronic Stress and Cardiovascular Disease among Individuals Exposed to Lead: A Pilot Study ). (1) 8, pp. 7 ). Diseases .
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (Sources of Lead Exposure in Various Countries). (1) 34, pp. 25-34 ). Reviews on Environmental Health .
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (Cholesterol and Oxidative Stress in U.S. Pregnant Women Exposed to Lead). (3) 7, pp. 7 ). Medical Sciences.
  • Courtney Del Donno, Alesia Ferguson, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). ( Children Exposure-Related Behavior Patterns and Risk Perception Associated with Recreational Beach Use ). (5) 16, pp. 19 ). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (Lead Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease among Young and Middle-Aged Adults). (11) 7, pp. 103 ). Medical Sciences.
  • Godfred Antwi, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (“Food is Environmentally and Culturally Specific!”: A Preliminary Qualitative Study on U.S. Immigrant Parents’ Perceptions of School Lunch ). (11) 10, pp. 240-249 ). European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education .
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (Chronic Cadmium Exposure and Cardiovascular Disease in Adults). pp. 7 ). Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A .
  • Courtney Del Donno, Alesia Ferguson, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2019). (Children Exposure-Related Behavior Patterns and Risk Perception Associated with Recreational Beach Use). (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health) ). IJERPH.
  • Rodrigo Armijos, Gabriel Filippelli, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi, Aaron Sayegh, Margaret Weigel (2018). (Cardiovascular-Related Outcomes in U.S. Adults Exposed to Lead). (4) 15, pp. 759-774 ). International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
  • Rodrigo Armijos, Gabriel Filippeli, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi, Aaron Sayegh, Margaret Weigel (2018). (Hepatobiliary-Related Outcomes in US Adults Exposed to Lead). (4) 5, pp. 46-63 ). Environments.
  • Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2018). (Lead Exposure and Oxidative Stress - A Life Course Approach in U.S. Adults). (3) 6, pp. 10 ). Toxics.
  • J Hauser, Cecilia Obeng, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi, M Weinstein (2018). (Teachers Strategies in Combating Diseases in Preschools Environments). (9) 5, pp. 9 ). Children.
  • Barnabas Obeng-Gyasi, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi (2018). (Blood Pressure and Oxidative Stress among U.S. Adults Exposed to Lead in Military Environments - A Preliminary Study). (4) 6, pp. 7 ). Diseases.
  • Rodrigo Armijos, William Cevallos, Emmanuel Obeng-Gyasi, E Puebla, X Sanchez, M Weigel (2017). (Traditional and Conventional Treatment for Cutaneous Leishmaniasis in an Endemic Rainforest Area of Northern Ecuador). (1) 83, ). Annals of Global Health.