Select Projects

US EPA Safer Choice Chemical Profile Reviews: Managed and conducted several critical ecotoxicological chemical profile reviews of consumer products in support of US EPA Safer Choice label application submissions.

Chemical Evaluation: Conducted an extensive qualitative risk assessment, involving the review and summary of hazard and exposure assessments of a biocide from various agencies, such as US EPA, AICIS, and ECHA RAC, to communicate risk and safety concerns with respect to workers, the public, and the environment.

Pharmaceutical Environmental Risk Assessments: Evaluated the environmental risk associated with the societal use of pharmaceutical drugs, compliant with either European (EMA) or US (FDA) risk assessment guidelines. Reviewed environmental fate and toxicity test data.

Human Health Risk Evaluation: Performed an in-depth risk evaluation of the reproductive and developmental toxicity of an organic, coated titanium oxide compound.

Ecological Risk Assessments: Conducted ecological risk assessments on multiple receptors exposed to metals and chemicals from numerous US industrial sites.

Selected Publications

Bamgbose, IA; Marsh, C. 2021. “Surveying the product stewardship landscape.” Gradient Trends – Risk Science & Application 80:3-4. Winter.

Marsh, C; Bamgbose, IA. 2021. “The long reach of REACH.” Gradient Trends – Risk Science & Application 80:1-2. Winter.

Bamgbose, IA; Mohar, I; Verslycke, T. 2020. “Are Existing Environmental Assessment Approaches Appropriate for Novel Drug Products?” Poster presented at the ACT 41st Annual Meeting, November 16, 2020.

Bamgbose, IA; Anderson, TA. 2020. “Ecotoxicity of three plant-based biodiesels and diesel using, Eisenia fetida.” Environ. Pollut. 260:113965.

Long, CM; Briggs, NL; Bamgbose, IA. 2019. “Synthesis and health-based evaluation of ambient air monitoring data for the Marcellus Shale region.” J Air Waste Manag. Assoc. 69(5):527-547.

Pizzurro, DM; Mayfield, D; Bamgbose, IA. 2018. “Specifying piping materials for water infrastructure systems.” Environ. Sci. Eng. Mag. June 4.