J Allen Davis


Affiliation: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Country: USA


  1. Lassiter M, Owens E, Patel M, Kirrane E, Madden M, Richmond Bryant J, et al. Cross-species coherence in effects and modes of action in support of causality determinations in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Integrated Science Assessment for Lead. Toxicology. 2015;330:19-40 pubmed publisher
  2. Vinikoor Imler L, Stewart T, Luben T, Davis J, Langlois P. An exploratory analysis of the relationship between ambient ozone and particulate matter concentrations during early pregnancy and selected birth defects in Texas. Environ Pollut. 2015;202:1-6 pubmed publisher
    ..Both the TBDR and the NBPDS had inverse associations between O3 and septal heart defects. Further research to confirm the observed associations is warranted. ..
  3. Davis J, Gift J, Zhao Q. Introduction to benchmark dose methods and U.S. EPA's benchmark dose software (BMDS) version 2.1.1. Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2011;254:181-91 pubmed publisher
    ..This paper discusses the BMD methods and corresponding software (i.e., BMDS version 2.1.1) that have been developed by the U.S. EPA, and includes a comparison with recently released European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) BMD guidance. ..
  4. Davis J, Kraft A. Quantitative meta-analytic approaches for the systematic synthesis of data and hazard identification: A case study of decreased pain sensitivity due to trimethylbenzene exposure. Environ Res. 2017;158:598-609 pubmed publisher
    ..Ultimately, this case study demonstrates how qualitative and quantitative methods can be combined to provide a robust hazard identification analysis by incorporating more of the available information. ..