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Paul Brandt-Rauf

Paul Brandt-Rauf


School of Public Health


Environmtl & Occuptnl Hlth Sci

1145 SPHPI
1603 W. Taylor St
Chicago, IL 60612

Academic Background

D.P.H., Columbia U, 1987
     Environmental Sciences
M.D., Columbia U, 1979
Sc.D., Columbia U, 1974
     Chemical Engineering
MPH, Columbia U, 1980
     Environmental Sciences
M.S., Columbia U, 1973
     Chemical Engineering
BSCHE, Columbia U, 1970
     Chemical Engineering

Research Interests

Environmental carcinogenesis,molecular epidemiology,protein structure-function,gene-environment interactions, cancer prevention, environmental health policy, environmental health ethics

Teaching Interests

Environmental health, toxicology, occupational medicine, environmental health ethics, sustainable development


Tooker BC, Newman LS, Bowler RP, Karjalainen A, Oksa P, Vainio H, Pukkala E, Brandt-Rauf PW: Proteomic detection of cancer in asbestosis patients using SELDI-TOF discovered serum protein biomarkers. Biomarkers 16:181-191 (2011).

Brandt-Rauf SI, Brandt-Rauf E, Gershon E, Brandt-Rauf PW: The differing perspectives of workers and occupational medicine physicians on the ethical, legal and social issues of genetic testing in the workplace. New Solutions - A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy 21:89-102 (2011).

Brandt-Rauf SI, Brandt-Rauf E, Gershon R, Li Y, Brandt-Rauf PW: Genes, jobs and justice: occupational medicine physicians and the ethical, legal and social issues of genetic testing in the workplace. Ethics & Medicine 27:51-61 (2011).

Grass DR, Ross JM, Family F, Barbour J, Simpson HJ, Datta S, Coulibaly D, Slavkovich V, Hernandez J, Chen Y, Graziano J, Santella R, Li Y, Brandt-Rauf PW, Chillrud SN: Airborne particulate metals in the NYC subway: a pilot study to assess the potential health impacts. Environmental Research 110:1-11 (2010).

Yazdi E, Bowne W, Adler V, Sookraj K, Wu V, Shteyler V, Patel H, Oxbury W, Brandt-Rauf PW, Zenilman M, Michl J, Pincus M: Anti-cancer peptide, PNC-27, adopts an HDM-2-binding conformation and kills cancer cells by binding to HDM-2 in their membranes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 107:1918-1923 (2010).

Wang W, Qiu Y, Ji F, Liu J, Wu F, Miao W, Li Y, Brandt-Rauf PW, Xia Z: Genetic polymorphisms in metabolizing enzymes and susceptibility of chromosomal damage induced by vinyl chloride monomer in a Chinese worker population. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 52:163-168 (2010).

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