Environmental Sciences & Engineering
Michael Flynn's Biosketch
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile
|1979||Central Connecticut State University||BS, Biology; Minor - Chemistry|
|1982||Harvard University, School of Public Health||MS, Environmental Sciences (Industrial Hygiene)|
|1986||Harvard University, School of Public Health||ScD, Environmental Health Sciences (Industrial Hygiene) Minors: Biostatistics and Occupational Health|
Research interests focus on the use of mathematical, statistical, and computational models of human exposure to toxic airborne contaminants. Exposures to welding fumes and potential neurological consequences are of interest
|1. Suman Sen, Michael R. Flynn, Guangwei Du, Alexander Troster, Hongyu An, and Xuemei Huang (2011)|
Manganese accumulation in the olfactory bulbs and other brain regions of “asymptomatic” welders.
Toxicological Sciences: vol.121(1), p.160-167.
|Flynn, M.R. (2010)|
Analysis of Censored Exposure Data by Constrained Maximization of the Shapiro-Wilk Statistic.
Ann. Occup. Hyg.: vol.54(3), p.263-271.
|Flynn, M.R., and P. Susi (2010)|
Manganese, Iron and Total Particulate Exposures to Welders.
J. Occup. Env. Hyg: vol.7, p.115-126.
|Flynn, M.R., and Susi, P. (2010)|
Modeling mixed exposures – an application to welding fumes in the construction industry..
Stoc. Env. Res. Risk Assessment.: vol.24, p.377-388.
|Flynn, M.R. (2004)|
A stochastic differential equation for exposure yields a beta distribution.
Ann Occup Hyg: vol.48 (5), p.491-497.