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1 Curriculum Vitae September 2015 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS Primary Address: Department of Public Health Sciences College of Health Sciences Room 408 University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) 500 W. University Ave. El Paso, TX 79968 T: (915) 747 - 7221 E-mail: [email protected] http://chs.utep.edu/publichealthsciences/ Education: 1/74-4/80 BS Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 9/81-5/83 University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ), Newark, NJ (transferred before degree conferred) 7/83-5/85 MD University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington, KY 4/94 MS Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY (Community Medicine) 2013 Certificate in Global Health Studies,Sparkman Center for Global Health, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments: 7/85-6/86 Intern in Pediatrics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 7/86-6/88 Resident in Pediatrics, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 7/88-6/90 Resident in Preventive, Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY Faculty Appointments: 7/88-6/90 Instructor in Pediatrics, Mt.Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY 1994-2004 Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA 2004-2012 Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics, University Of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Phila., PA 2007-2015 Associate Teaching Professor of Public Health, Drexel University School of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health 2015-present Visiting Clinical Associate Professor of Public Health Department of Public Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas 1

2 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 2 Hospital and Administrative Appointments: 1/92-1/12 Associate Physician, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP), Philadelphia, PA 7/96-6/99 Co-Director, CHOP Lead Poisoning and Toxicology Clinic 7/99-7/07 Medical Director, CHOP Lead Evaluation Clinic 7/96-10/08 Pediatric Consultant, Maternal and Child Health, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program, Department of Public Health (PDPH), Philadelphia, PA 8/15-present Interim MPH Program Director, Department of Public Health Sciences, College of Health Sciences, University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, Texas Volunteer Experiences: 1/92-2012 Volunteer at CHOP Homeless Health Initiative clinic 1/10-2014 Volunteer at Puentes de Salud clinic for Mexican immigrants, Philadelphia, PA International Health Experiences: *Lived in San Jose, Costa Rica and volunteered with non-profit groups providing health care through mobile medical clinics and several anti-poverty programs, and participated in the collection of data for a survey of living conditions on one of the indigenous reservations, 1972- 1973. *Lectured to Mexican clinicians and public health officials during the Symposium on the Integrated Management of Patients With High Blood Lead Concentrations, Mexican Institute of Health, Environment and Work, Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, May 1999. *Participated in a trip to South Africa for occupational and environmental physicians to meet with South African physician and public health colleagues with the People to People Ambassador program, January 2002. *Volunteered with Camino Seguro (Safe Passage) to provide services to impoverished children and families residing near the municipal Trash Dump, Guatemala City, Guatemala, July 2008. *Volunteered with Shared Beat (Latido Compartido) medical team offering medical care to Camino Seguro students and their families (see above) in July 2009, July 2010, July 2012, July 2013, July 2014 and July 2015. Provided direct patient care and conducted health education talks with students parents. *Volunteered to provide pediatric care through mobile clinics in sugar cane field communities (bateyes) with the Global Health Program, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Consuelo, Dominican Republic, June 2005 and November 2009. Provided direct patient care and conducted health education talks with community health promoters (promotoras) from the bateyes. *Lectured to Indian clinicians and public health officials at an International Meet on Climate, the Workplace and the Lungs. December 6-8, 2012, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India. Research Experience: 1994-1996 Principal Investigator, Survey of middle school students regarding exposure to personal violence 2

3 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 3 Research Experience (continued): 1994-2000 Co-Principal Investigator, CHOP Study Team; Treatment of Lead-Exposed Children (TLC) Study Completed Grant support: NIH/NIEHS; N01-ES-5361. (PI: Donald Schwarz, MD, MPH) 1997-1998 Co-Investigator, Violence Prevention in the Primary Care Setting: A Program for Pediatric Residents; collaborated with other CHOP physicians in developing this program to teach pediatric residents. 1998-1999 Principal Investigator, Lead Poisoning Prevention Study. Partial funding by Penn. Department of Health 2005-2008 Principal Investigator, Philadelphia Lead Safe Homes Study. Completed Grant Support: HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) Grant for a Lead Technical Study: PALHT0107-05. Managed by Philadelphia Dept. of Public Health (PDPH), in collaboration with CHOP, Drexel School of Medicine, and Philadelphia Health Management Corporation. 2009-2012 Principal Investigator, Philadelphia Lead Court Study Completed Grant Support: Robert Wood Johnson Public Health Law Research Grant; Managed by Drexel, with PDPH and Community Legal Services. 2013-2014 Volunteer Coordinator, Proyecto Hogar Sano, EPA Environmental Education grant to Puentes de Salud HUD Grant Program Experience 2003-2005 Consultant, Healthy Homes Demonstration Program Home Safe Program, Philadelphia, PA 2005-2008 Member of Community Advisory Board, Healthy Homes Demonstration Program Healthy Homes for Child Care Program, Philadelphia, PA Specialty Certification: 1989 American Board of Pediatrics (Recertified in 1996, 2002, 2010, 2015) Licensure: Pennsylvania (MD 045435L) Major Teaching Responsibilities and Activities: -Teaching MPH students in environmental and occupational health topics, Drexel School of Public Health; 2007-present -Teaching undergraduate and MPH students in global health topics -Serving as a community preceptor for students from the masters in public health program at Drexel School of Public Health; 1996; Practicum -Serving as a community preceptor for one student from the masters in public health program at Drexel School of Public Health; 2007-2008; serving as advisor for students for their Community-Based Masters Projects (CBMP) 2007-present 3

4 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 4 Major Teaching Responsibilities and Activities (continued): -Teaching undergraduate medical students in Community Medicine topics, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, 1988-1990 -Precepting of Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia pediatric residents in their weekly outpatient continuity clinics; 1992-2012 -Clinical teaching of University of Pennsylvania medical students on pediatric outpatient elective rotation; 1992-2007 -Childhood Lead Poisoning Overview Lecture, given over multiple years to undergraduate students in the Environmental Studies Program, University of Pennsylvania, Institute for Environmental Studies; 1996-2007 -Pediatric Lead Toxicity Lecture, given to pediatric nurse practitioner students, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Memberships in Professional and Scientific Societies: National Societies: Advisory Committee for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) Committee Chairperson (2000- 2006) Committee Member (1998-2006) Liaison Member, 2011-2013, for American Academy of Pediatrics Member, Lead and Pregnancy Work Group, 2004-2009 Member, Medicaid Screening Work Group, during membership term Member, Case Management of Elevated Blood Lead Levels Work Group, during membership term Member, Primary Prevention of Lead Poisoning Work Group, during membership term Member, Review of the Evidence for Adverse Effects at Blood Lead Levels < 10 g/dL Work Group, during membership term American Academy of Pediatrics American Academy of Pediatrics Council on Environmental Health, executive committee, 2011-2017 American Public Health Association Physicians for Social Responsibility Memberships in Professional and Scientific Societies: Local Societies: Maternal and Child Health Working Group (MCHWG), Drexel School of Public Health, Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Childhood Lead Poisoning Elimination Plan Work Group Philadelphia Asthma Task Force, PDPH, Environmental Issues Work Group Philadelphia Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Coalition Philadelphia Committee for Childhood Lead Screening Recommendations Philadelphia Healthy Homes for Child Care Advisory Committee, PDPH Physicians for Social Responsibility-Philadelphia chapter: member, Board of Directors, 2011-2015 United Nations Association of Greater Philadelphia, member, Board of Directors, 2011-2015 4

5 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 5 Language Abilities: Moderately fluent in written and spoken Spanish; Introductory knowledge of French Professional Service: Peer Reviewer, Pediatrics journal Peer Reviewer, Ambulatory Pediatrics journal Peer Reviewer, Environmental Health Perspectives journal Peer Reviewer, Americas Children and the Environment, Third Edition Lectures by Invitation: Living With Lead: Childhood Lead Poisoning in Philadelphia Today. Presentation at the symposium, Kids and the Environment: The Effects of Lead on Children. Institute of Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania, April 1997. Randomized Trial of Oral Chelation Therapy--Progress Report. Presentation at the Regional Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, Lancaster, PA, September 1998 (with G. Rhoads, MD, MPH). Public Health Aspects of Childhood Lead Poisoning in Philadelphia. Presentation to the medical staff at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA, December 1998. Childhood Lead Poisoning in Philadelphia Today. Presentation at forum on Lead Poisoning in Children. PennState, Delaware County, April 30, 1999. Integrated Management of Patients With High Blood Lead Concentrations Symposium, Institute of Health, Environment and Work, Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, May 1999. Lead Poisoning: Clinical Management. Presentation at the National Lead-Safe Housing Conference, Philadelphia, PA, April 18, 2000. Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention: How Far Have We Come? Where Do We Go From Here? Keynote Presentation at conference: Unhealthy Homes Are Scary Places for Children: Addressing Environmental Hazard Reduction-Lead and Molds. Los Angeles, California, March 2001. Recommendations on Case Management of Children with Elevated Blood Lead Levels: Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention, U.S. Dept of HHS. Presentation at Childrens Environmental Health II: A Global Forum for Action, Washington, DC, Sept. 8-11, 2001. Educating Health Care Providers About Lead Poisoning Prevention. Presentation at CDC Conference: The Mission is Possible: Lead-Safe Kids, Atlanta, Georgia, Feb 2002. Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention in PA: How Far Have We Come? Where Do We Go From Here? Presentation to the Pennsylvania Childhood Lead Poisoning Elimination Plan Work Group, Harrisburg, PA, January 2004. Lead Poisoning: Clinical Management. Presentation at 2004 Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Conference, Allentown, PA, October 8, 2004. 5

6 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 6 Lectures by Invitation (continued): Lead Poisoning, Lead Risk and Lead Screening Among Foreign-born Children. Presentation at NIH Conference, Bethesda, MD, May 25, 2005. Prevention of Lead Poisoning, United Parents Against Lead Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 17, 2005. Special Topics in Lead Poisoning Prevention. Presentation at Lead Poisoning Prevention and Control Meeting, Pennsylvania Department of Health, State College, PA, September 13, 2006. Multiple CME lectures regarding topics in childhood lead poisoning prevention and management for Philadelphia health care providers, including pediatricians working in Health District Clinics, Philadelphia Department of Public Health, 1996-2007. Lead Exposure of At-Risk Populations Including Refugees, Immigrants, and Children with Special Needs. National Mid-Year Conference on Eliminating Childhood Lead Poisoning, Implementing Healthy Homes Programs, and Combating Indoor Environmental Hazards, October 4, 2007. Lecture to nursing staff at The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Public Health Initiatives: Childhood Lead Poisoning, November 27-29, 2007. Childhood Lead Exposure and Poisoning: An Overview. Talk to medical staff, Pottstown Memorial Medical Center, Pottstown, PA, March 27, 2008. Medical Experts Section, Study Updates: Childhood Lead Exposure and Adverse Effects: An Update. Mealeys Lead Litigation Conference, Orlando, FLA, April 3, 2008. Workshop moderator, Healthy Homes Interventions-Lead, Childrens Health and the Environment 6th Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA., Sept. 19, 2008. Screening for and Treating Lead Poisoning. Kickoff to Nurses Week 2009, Public Health Management Corporation, HUD, Philadelphia Department of Public Health. Philadelphia, PA, May 8, 2009. Update on Science and Medicine: Childhood Lead Exposure and Adverse Effects: An Update. HB Lead Litigation Conference, Philadelphia, PA, May 19, 2009. Childhood Lead Exposure and Poisoning: An Overview. Talk to medical staff, Reading Hospital and Medical Center, Reading, PA, December 11, 2009. Lead and Pregnancy GuidelinesWhats New from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)?: Impact on Pediatric Practice for Newborns and Breast Feeding Mothers with Lead Exposure. American Academy of Pediatrics annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, October 4, 2010. Analysis of Effectiveness of an Innovative Law Enforcement Strategy: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. To Philadelphia Law Department staff, July 6, 2011. 6

7 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 7 Lectures by Invitation (continued): Effects of Lead on Children's Health and Development and the Positive Impact of Philadelphia Lead Court. Presented to Philadelphia municipal judges, November 4, 2011. Interpreting and Managing Blood Lead Levels of less than 10 g/dL. Tri-Service Ecological Risk Assessment Work Group, US Army Public Health Command, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Aberdeen, MD, July 10, 2012. Lead Poisoning Prevention and Surveillance for U.S. Children. An International Meet on Climate, The Workplace and The Lungs. December 6-8, 2012, Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi, India. Childrens Environmental Health: Selected Topics. Lecture given at Pediatric Grand Rounds, Cooper Childrens Regional Hospital, Camden, NJ on May 22, 2013. Overview of Global Climate Change: What Can We Do To Make a Difference? Presented to Martins Run Senior Residential Community, Media, PA, June 6, 2013. Childrens Environmental Health: Air Pollution and Children. Academy of Natural Sciences Forum on Air Pollution and Children, Philadelphia, PA, September 19, 2013. The Effects of Global Climate Change and How Pediatricians Can Work to Reduce Their Impact. American Academy of Pediatrics National Conference and Exhibition. Orlando, FL, October 28, 2013. Childrens Environmental Health and Lead and Mercury Toxicity. Lecture given to family practice residents at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA, March 19, 2014. Childrens Environmental Health and Lead and Mercury Toxicity, and Toxicology of Selected Chemical Agents, including Endocrine Disrupters. Lectures given to family practice residents at Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA, March 18, 2015. Bibliography: Research Publications, peer reviewed: Lilis, R., Valciukas, J.A., Kon, S., Sarkosi, L., Campbell, C., Selikoff, I.J. (1982): Assessment of Lead Health Hazards in a Body Shop of an Automobile Assembly Plant. American Journal of Industrial Medicine 3:33-51. Lilis, R., Valciukas, J.A., Weber, J.P., Fischbein, A., Nicholson, W.J., Campbell, C., Malkin, J., Selikoff, I.J. (1984): Distribution of Blood Lead, Blood Cadmium, Urinary Cadmium and Urinary Arsenic Levels in Employees of a Copper Smelter. Environmental Research 33:76-95. Campbell, C., Schwarz, D.F. (1996): Prevalence and Impact of Exposure to Interpersonal Violence Among Suburban and Urban Middle School Students. Pediatrics 98:396-402. Johnson, C.D., Fein, J.A., Campbell, C., Ginsburg, K.R. Violence Prevention in the Primary Care Setting: A Program for Pediatric Residents. (1999) Arch. Ped. Adol. Med. 153(5):531-5. 7

8 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 8 Research Publications, peer reviewed: Chung, E.K., Webb, D., Clampet-Lundquist, S., Campbell, C. A Comparison of Elevated Blood Levels Among Children Living in Foster Care, Their Siblings and the General Population. (2001) Pediatrics 107(5): p. e81. Ettinger AS, Bornschein RL, Farfel M, Campbell C, Ragan B, Rhoads GG, Brophy M, Wilkens S, Dockery DW. Assessment of Cleaning to Control Lead Dust in Homes of Children with Moderate Lead Poisoning: Treatment of Lead-Exposed Children Trial. (2002) Environ Health Perspect 110A:A773-A779. Campbell C, Schwarz DF, Rich D, Dockery DW. Effect of a follow-up professional cleaning on serial dust and blood lead levels of urban children. Archives of Environmental Health Dec 2003; 58(12):771-780. Peterson KE, Salganik M, Campbell C et al. Effect of succimer on growth of preschool children with moderate blood lead levels. Environ Health Perspect 2004 Feb;112(2):233-7. Campbell C, Himmelsbach R, Palermo P, Tobin R. Health and Housing Collaboration at LAST: The Philadelphia Lead Abatement Strike Team. Public Health Reports May-June 2005; 120:218-223. Gwiazda R, Campbell C, Smith D. A noninvasive isotopic approach to estimate the bone lead contribution to blood in children: implications for assessing the efficacy of lead abatement. Environ Health Perspect 2005;113:104-110. Binns, HJ, Campbell C, Brown MJ. Interpreting and Managing Blood Lead Levels of Less than 10 g/dL in Children and Reducing Childhood Exposure to Lead: Recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention. Pediatrics 2007;120:e1285-e1298. Campbell C, Tran M, Gracely E et al. Primary Prevention of Lead Exposure: The Philadelphia Lead Safe Homes Study. Public Health Reports 2011; 126; Supplement 1:76- 88. Campbell C, Gracely E, Tran M, Starkey N, Kersten H, Palermo P, Rothman N, Line L, Hansen-Turton, T. Primary Prevention of Lead ExposureBlood Lead Results at Age Two Years. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2012; 9(4): 1216-1226:doi:10.3390/ijerph9041216. Campbell C, Gracely E, Cummings C, Pan S, Palermo P, Gould G. Public Health and Law Collaboration: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. American Journal of Public 2013;103:1271-1277. Campbell C, Gracely E, Pan S, Cummings C, Palermo P, Gould G. Philadelphias Lead Court is Making a Difference. Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 2013;38(4):709- 733. Leventer-Roberts M, Campbell C. Air Pollution and Children. Oxford Bibliographies in Public Health. 2013. Accessed at: http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199756797/obo- 9780199756797-0118.xml?rskey=4XZrse&result=7&q=. 8

9 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 9 Contributions to peer-reviewed clinical research publications: Treatment of Lead-Exposed Children Trial Group (Campbell, C, co-principal investigator for Philadelphia site). The Treatment of Lead-Exposed Children (TLC) Trial: Design and Recruitment for a Study of the Effect of Oral Chelation on Growth and Development in Toddlers. (1998) Pediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology 12:313-333. Treatment of Lead-Exposed Children Trial Group (Campbell, C, co-principal investigator for Philadelphia site). Safety and Efficacy of succimer in toddlers with blood lead levels of 20-44 g/dL. (2000) Pediatric Research 48:593-599. Contributions to public health publications: Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (Campbell, C., member): Recommendations for Blood Lead Screening of Young Children Enrolled in Medicaid: Targeting a Group at High Risk. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. MMWR, Dec. 8, 2000. Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (Campbell, C., chairperson): Managing Elevated Blood Lead Levels Among Young Children. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 2002. Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (Campbell, C., chairperson): Preventing Lead Exposure In Young Children: A Housing-Based Approach to Primary Prevention of Lead Poisoning. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 2004. Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (Campbell, C., chairperson): Preventing Lead Exposure In Young Children. Atlanta: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: 2005. Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention (Campbell, C., chairperson): Understanding Blood Lead Levels of

10 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 10 Abstracts and Presentations: Campbell, C., Schwarz, D.F. Relationship Between Exposure to Real and Media Violence and Conflict Resolution Activities Among Middle School Students. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 1997; page 78, Meeting Abstracts. Campbell, C, Askari, A, Tobin, R., Dohony, D, Faison, J. Formulation of Lead Screening Recommendations: The Philadelphia Experience. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana, November 1997. Campbell, C., Schwarz, DF. Relationship Between Exposure to Real and Media Violence and Conflict Resolution Activities among Middle School Students. Presentation at the Ambulatory Pediatric Association Region II meeting, New York, NY, January 1998. Chung, EK, Webb, D, Campbell, C. Children in Foster Care and Their Risk of Lead Poisoning. Presentation at the Ambulatory Pediatric Association Region II meeting, New York, NY, January 1998. Campbell, C. Profile of Philadelphia Children with Very Elevated Blood Lead Levels. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, November 1998; page 78, Meeting Abstracts. Campbell, C., Henretig, F., Tobin, R., Webb, D., Kersten, H. Prevalence of Lead Screening and Elevated Lead Levels in Philadelphia Children. Presentation at the Ambulatory Pediatric Association Region II meeting, Philadelphia, PA (held at CHOP), January 1999. Campbell, C., Tobin, R., Webb, D., Kersten, H., Poliwoda, S., Erick, M., Henretig, F. Prevalence of Lead Screening and Elevated Blood Lead Levels in Philadelphia Children. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, November 1999; page 61, Meeting Abstracts. Campbell, C., Fanucchi, L., Palermo, P, De Leon, N, Mc Danel, H. Creating Lead-Safe Babies: A Primary Lead Poisoning Prevention Project. Presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, October 2001; page 144, Final Program. Campbell, C., Schwarz D.F., Rich, D., Dockery, D. Effect of a Follow-up Professional Cleaning on Serial Dust and Blood Lead Levels of Urban Children. Presentation at the Ambulatory Pediatric Association national meeting, May 2002. Listed in on-line abstract index; www.ambpeds.org. Campbell, C., Himmelsbach, R., Palermo, P, Tobin, R. Health and Housing Collaboration at LAST: The Philadelphia Lead Abatement Strike Team. Presentation to the American Public Health Association, San Francisco, CA, November 19, 2003; page 202, Final Program. Campbell, C., Tobin, R. Properties with Lead Hazards and Multiple Resident Children: What can we learn? Presentation to the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA, December 12, 2005; page 46, Final Program. 10

11 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 11 Abstracts and Presentations (continued): Thomas, E., Campbell, C., Tobin, R. Healthy Homes for Child Care: Lessons learned. Presentation to the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, PA, December 14, 2005; page 192, Final Program. Campbell, C., Gracely E., Starkey N. Baseline Characteristics of the Lead Safe Homes Study Cohort. Presentation to the American Public Health Association, San Diego, CA, October 27, 2008; in on-line Final Program. Campbell C, Cummings C, Gracely E, Gould G, Palermo P, Pan S. Analysis of Effectiveness of an Innovative Law Enforcement Strategy through Health and Law Collaboration: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. Poster presented at annual conference of National Association of County and City Health Officials (NACCHO) on July 21, 2011. Campbell C, Cummings C, Gracely E, Palermo P, Gould G, Pan S. Analysis of Effectiveness of an Innovative Law Enforcement Strategy: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. Presented at the annual conference of the Mid-Atlantic Center for Childrens Health and the Environment (MACCHE) on October 14, 2011, Philadelphia, PA. Campbell C. Lead and Pregnancy GuidelinesWhats New from the CDC?: Impact on Pediatric Practice for Newborns and Breast Feeding Mothers with Lead Exposure. Presented at the annual conference of the Mid-Atlantic Center for Childrens Health and the Environment (MACCHE) on October 14, 2011, Philadelphia, PA. Campbell C, Cummings C, Gracely E, Palermo P, Gould G, Pan S. Public Health and Law Collaboration: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. Presented at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Public Health Association (PPHA) on September 27, 2011, Philadelphia, PA. Campbell C, Cummings C, Gracely E, Palermo P, Gould G, Pan S. A Qualitative Analysis of a Specialized Court Process: The Philadelphia Lead Court. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association on October 31, 2011, Washington, DC. Campbell C, Cummings C, Gracely E, Palermo P, Gould G, Pan S. An Innovative Law Enforcement Strategy through Health and Housing Collaboration: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association on November 1, 2011, Washington, DC. Campbell C, Hanley M, Weinberg A. Webinar: Examining the Impact of Lead Laws. Sept. 20, 2012. Accessed through the Public Health Law Research Network of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Campbell C, Ganapathiraju P, Brooks K. A Shot At Life from Philadelphia: Vaccinating to Save Womens and Childrens Lives. Presented at the 5th Annual Pediatric Global Health Symposium, The Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia, Sept. 21-22, 2012, Philadelphia, PA. 11

12 CARLA CAMPBELL, MD, MS---PAGE 12 Abstracts and Presentations (continued): Campbell C, Ganapathiraju P, Brooks K. A Shot At Life from Philadelphia: Vaccinating to Save Womens and Childrens Lives. Presented at the International Council on Womens Health Issues (ICOWHI) 19th International Congress of Womens Health 2012: Partnering for a Brighter Global Future, Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 14-16, 2012. Campbell C. Webinar: Evaluating an Innovative Specialty Court: The Philadelphia Lead Court Study. November 21, 2013. Accessed through the Public Health Law Research Network of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Examining the Impact of Specialty Courts. Campbell C. Webinar: Proyecto Hogar Sano: A Program of Puentes de Salud. Environmental Education Project Report Out. July 30, 2014. Greenberg R, Campbell C. How Public Health Institutes Play a Critical Role in Successful Health Policy Development. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association on November 17, 2014, New Orleans, LA. El-Turky M, Caplow J, Campbell C, Larson S. Occupational hazards and access to health care among Latino Immigrant Restaurant Workers in Philadelphia. Presented at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association on November 17, 2014, New Orleans, LA. Editorials, Reviews, Chapters: Campbell, C., Landrigan, P.J. (1991): Chemical and Physical Agents, in Brown, E.G. and Sweet, A.Y. (Eds.): Fetal and Neonatal Effects of Maternal Disease. St. Louis, Mosby Year Book, 414-447. Campbell, C., Osterhoudt, K.C. (2000) Prevention of Childhood Lead Poisoning. Current Opinions in Pediatrics 2000 (12):428-437. Campbell, C (2007): Lead Poisoning in Schwartz, MW (Chief Ed), Bell, LM, Bingham, P, Chung, EK, Friedman, D, Mulberg, A, Schwartz C and Tanel R (Assoc Eds.) The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult. 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins. Editorials, Reviews, Chapters (continued): Campbell, C, Tapia, C. (2007): Iron Poisoning in Schwartz, MW (Chief Ed), Bell, LM, Bingham, P, Chung, EK, Friedman, D, Mulberg, A, Schwartz C and Tanel R (Assoc Eds.) The 5-Minute Pediatric Consult. 5th edition. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins. Campbell, C. Childhood Lead Exposure and Lead Toxicity. 2009. McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, NY, 2009. 12

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