Julia M. Gohlke, PhD
Department of Population Health Sciences
2004PhD, Environmental HealthUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA
2001MS, Environmental HealthUniversity of WashingtonSeattle, WA
1997BS, BiologyUniversity of MichiganAnn Arbor, MI
- Human health implications of global environmental change
- Human health risk assessment and communication after large-scale environmental disasters (e.g. Deepwater Horizon blowout).
- Bioinformatic and alternative model techniques for disseminating the molecular underpinnings of environmental effects on human health.
- Quantitative methods for estimating interspecies differences in brain development.
2017–presentAssociate Professor of Environmental HealthPopulation Health SciencesVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
2015–2017Assistant Professor of Environmental HealthPopulation Health SciencesVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
2010–2015Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Alabama at BirminghamSchool of Public HealthEnvironmental Health SciencesBirmingham, AL
2010AAAS Science Policy FellowU.S. Department of StateOffice of Global ChangeWashington, D.C.
2005–2009Postdoctoral FellowshipNational Institute of Environmental Health SciencesResearch Triangle Park, NC
2008Temporary AdvisorWorld Health OrganizationPublic Health and the EnvironmentGeneva, Switzerland
2002Graduate Research AssistantshipEnvironmental Protection AgencyResearch Triangle Park, NC
- Society for Toxicology
- Teratology Society
- Bernhard, MC, ST Kent, MA Sloan, MB Evans, McClure LA, JM Gohlke (2015). Measuring personal heat exposure in an urban and rural environment. Environmental Research 137: 410-418.
- Porter, T, ST Kent, W Su, HM Beck, JM Gohlke (2014). Birth outcomes in neighborhoods surrounding coke production and steel making facilities in Alabama, USA. Environmental Health 13: 85.
- Doke DA, SL Hudson, JA Dawson and JM Gohlke (2014). Effects of early life exposure to methylmercury in Daphnia pulex on standard and reduced food ration. Reproductive Toxicology 49: 219-225.
- Kent ST, McClure LA, Zaitchik BF, Smith TT, & JM Gohlke (2014). Heat Waves and Health Outcomes in Alabama (USA): The Importance of Heat Wave Definition. Environ Health Perspect. 122(2): 151-8.
- Kent, ST, LA McClure, BF Zaitchik, JM Gohlke (2013). Area-level risk factors for adverse birth outcomes: trends in urban and rural settings. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 13: 129.
- Bernhard, MC, MB Evans, ST Kent, E Johnson, SL Threadgill, SB Tyson, SM Becker, JM Gohlke (2013). Identifying environmental health priorities in underserved populations: a study of rural versus urban communities. Public Health 127 (11): 994-1004.
- Gohlke JM, D Doke, M Tipre, M Leader, T Fitzgerald (2011). A review of seafood safety after the Deepwater Horizon blowout. Environ Health Perspect. 119(8): 1062-9
- Gohlke JM, R Thomas, A Woodward, D Campbell-Lendrum, A Prüss-Üstün, S Hales, CJ Portier (2011). Estimating the global health implications of electricity and coal consumption. Environ Health Perspect. 119(6): 821-6.
- Gohlke JM, R Thomas, Y Zhang, MC Rosenstein, AP Davis, C Murphy, CJ Mattingly, KG Becker, CJ Portier (2009). The Genetic and Environmental Pathways to Complex Diseases. BMC Systems Biology 3: 46.
- Gohlke JM, O Armant, FM Parham, MV Smith, D Castro, L Nguyen, JS Parker, G Gradwohl, CJ Portier, F Guillemot (2008). Characterization of the proneural gene regulatory network during mouse telencephalon development. BMC Biology 6(1): 15.