Ph.D., Michigan State University (Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology)
M.S., University of Maryland, Maryland (Environmental Science)
B.S., University of Wester Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidate & Tobago (Natural Sciences)
Rustin, C., Kuriatnyk, C., Lobsinger, B., Charles, S. (2015). Use of geographical
information systems to identify counties in Georgia with high risk for childhood lead
poisoning. Journal of Georgia Public Health Association 5 (2): 170-176.
Kyte, B., Ifebi, E., Shrestha, S., Charles, S., Liu, F., Zhang, J. (2015). High red
blood cell folate is associated with an increased risk of death among adults with
diabetes, a 15-year follow-up of a national cohort. Nutrition, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular
Diseases 25 (11): 997-1006.
Woodhouse, L., et al., Charles, S. 2015. Evaluation of diverse community asthma interventions:
Balancing health outcomes with developing community capacity for evidence-based program
measurement. Population Health Management, 18 (5): 342-350.
Woodhouse, L, et al., Charles, S. 2013. A Merged Model of Quality Improvement and
Evaluation: Maximizing Return on Investment. Health Promotion Practice, 14 (6): 885-892.
Luque, L., Reyes-Ortiz, C., Marella, P., Bowers, A., Panchal, V., Anderson, L., Charles,
S. 2012. Mobile farm clinic outreach to address health conditions among Latino migrant
farmworkers in Georgia. Journal of Agromedicine 17 (4): 386-397.
Batterman, S., Godwin, C., Chernyak, S., Jia, C., Charles, S. 2010. Brominated flame
retardants in offices in Michigan, USA. Environmental International, 36 (6): 548-556.
Jia C, Batterman S, Godwin C, CharlesS, Chin J-Y. 2010. Sources and Migration of VOCs
in Mixed-Use Buildings. Indoor Air, 20 (5): 357-369.
Batterman, S., Chernyak, S., Jia, C., Godwin, C., Charles, S. 2009. Concentrations
and emissions of polybrominated diphenyl ethers from U.S. houses and garages. Environmental
Science and Technology, 43 (8): 2693-2700.
Charles, S., S. Batterman, and C. Jia. 2008. VOC and particulate emissions from commercial
cigarettes: Analysis of 2,5-DMF as an ETS tracer. Environmental Science and Technology,