Dr. Jeanne Mager Stellman
Curriculum Vitae
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Jeanne Mager Stellman Associate Professor Clinical Public Health



Home address:

117 St. Johns Place

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11217

fax: 718-230-8828


email: jms13@columbia.edu


Office address:

Mailman School of Public Health

Columbia University

600 West 168th Street

New York, N.Y. 10032

212-305-1164 fax: 212-305-3405



City College of New York                                 BSc                  1968                 Chemistry

City University of New York                             PhD                 1972                 Physical Chemistry

Citzienship: USA. (Immigrated 1948. Born, American Zone- Germany, stateless refugee)

Academic Appointments

1980 - present   Department of Health Policy and Management, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Professor Clinical Public Health
Deputy Chair (1997 – present);
Director, General Public Health track, (2000-present.)

1975–80            University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Clinical Associate Professor of Research Medicine. Member of Graduate Group in Epidemiology

1971–75            Rutgers Labor Education Center, Rutgers University. Adjunct Professor.

1969–72            City College of New York. Instructor, Department of Chemistry.


Other Appointments

1998–2003        Treasurer, International Relief and Development Inc.

1991-1998         International Labor Organization, Geneva Switzerland (on leave and by special arrangements with Columbia University). Editor, ILO Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th Edition.

1988-1997                  Exposure Consultant, Agent Orange Veterans Payment Program, U.S. Eastern District Court (Judge Weinstein presiding).

1988-present     Founder and President, Foundation for Worker, Veteran and Environmental Health

1971–75            Assistant to President for Health and Safety, Oil, Chemical and Atomic Workers International Union.


Honors: Awards

1999                 Honoree, New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health (NYCOSH) – 20th Anniversary

1996                 Distinguished Alumni Award, City University of New York

1991                 Appointed by United Nations, International Labor Organization, as Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th ed.

1990                 The American Legion Meritorious Service Recognition Award

1990                 Vietnam Veterans of America Special Recognition Award

1990                 Personal papers donated to Schlesinger Library of Radcliffe College, by invitation

1989                 American Society of Safety Engineers (Long Island) Annual Service Award.

1988                 Guggenheim Fellowship

1980–85            Preventive Oncology Academic Award, National Cancer Institute (5 year)

1980                 MS. Magazine: One of “Eighty Women to Watch in the 80’s”

1972                 Sigma Xi, Chemical Honor Society

1970–72            New York State Regents Fellow

1969                 National Science Foundation Graduate Traineeship

1968                 National Aeronautics and Space Administration Traineeship

1964                 New York State Regents Scholarship; National Merit Finalist

Listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World, Who’s Who in American Women



Fellowships and Grant Support

Current: Co-Principal Investigator, US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command Grant No. PC020527 "Prostate Cancer Mortality and Herbicide Exposure in Vietnam Veterans." (2003-2005) First year direct costs: $398,512.

Current: Principal Investigator (80%), Subcontract to the National Academy of Sciences. “Characterizing Exposure of Vietnam Veterans to Agent Orange and other Herbicides in Vietnam.” 5/1/98-6/30/03 $5,004,708.

Director CSPH-American Cancer Society Cooperative Evaluation Fellows Program,$18,000 – 2000, $18,400-1999; $13,000-1998 [funded through direct contracts to fellows and PI].

Co-Principal Investigator (15%), NYC Department of Health, “Development and Feasibility Testing of Interventions to Increase Health Seeking Behaviors in, and Health Care for, Populations at High Risk for Gonorrhea.” 1996-1997. $248,200.

Principal Investigator. American Cancer Society, “Epidemiology and Statistics Department Grant: Analysis of Women’s Health Experience in CPSII.” 1988-1989. $15,000.

Guggenheim Fellowship: “A Chemical Systems Approach to Toxicology.” 1988–89. $26,000.

Principal Investigator: Ontario Provincial Service Employees Union contract. “Health and Well-Being of Provincial Employees.” $100,000.

Principal Investigator: National Cancer Institute: Preventive Oncology Academic Award, 1K07-CA- 00730, 9/30/80-8/31/85; $283,153.

Principal Investigator: National Institute for Mental Health: “Stress and Mental Health in Open Office Environments,” MH33622, 1/15/80–10/31/83. $120,739.

Principal Investigator: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: “Epidemiological and Environmental Study of Ethylene Oxide Exposure Among Health Care Workers,” EPA- CR808429010, 10/20/80-10/19/83. $95,738.

Principal Investigator: U.S. Department of Labor: “Women’s Occupational Safety and Health Competency Project,” OSHA E9FOD456, 9/29/79–9/29/85. $479,476.

Principal Investigator: University of Pennsylvania: Cancer Center Biomedical Research Grant: $5,000, 1978.

Principal Investigator: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Assessment of Health Effects of Arsenic,” contract 1978-9; $25,000.

Principal Investigator: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: “Assessment of Health Effects of Coke Oven Emissions,” contract, 1978-9 $25,000.

Principal Investigator: United Church Board of Homeland Ministries. “Women’s Occupational Health Resource Center General Support.” $20,000.

Principal Investigator: Ford Foundation: Women’s Occupational Health Resource Center Pilot Project Support, 1978. $25,000.

Professional organizations and societies

American Industiral Hygiene Association, American Public Health Association; American Chemical Society; American Physical Society; American Association for the Advancement of Science; New York Academy of Sciences; International Commission for Occupational Health; Sigma Xi.


Columbia University Departmental and University Committees

Deputy Chair, Health Policy and Management 1997 – current; Director General Public Health 2000 - current

Grants and Contracts Procedure Review Committee: 2002-present

Admissions Committee 2001- current

Steering Committee, School of Public Health 1996-1998

Chair, Doctoral Committee, Division of Health Policy and Management, 1988-1991.

Chair, Administrative Committee: Division of Health Administration, 1987-89, Comprehensive Cancer Center: 1981-1986: Assistant Director for Cancer Control; Tumor Registry  Committee; Scientific Liaison for Tumor Registry to Presbyterian Hospital; Cancer; Center Computer Committee


Other Professional Activities


Guest Co-Editor: Prev and Social Medicine issue on organization of work (in preparation)

Editor, Women and Health: 1985 - current

Editor, Women’s Occupational Health Resource Center News (1979-1990)

Guest Editor: Occupational Health Nursing Journal: October, 1982

Guest Editor: Preventive Medicine: September, 1980

Contributing Editor: Environment: 1975-1976

Editorial Boards:

Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 1994 – 2000

Hospital Employee Health, 1985–94

Women and Health: 1983–85

Industrial Hygiene Safety News: 1982–90

Professional Committees and Consultations—Governmental

National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences, US-Vietnam Scientific Conference on Human Health and Environmental Effects of Agent Orange/Dioxins, Environmental Health Advisory Commmittee, 2002

Health Canada, Peer Reviewer-Study Section, National Centres of Health Excellence, 2001.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health: Ad Hoc Study Section, 2000.

National Occupational Research Agenda, Member Organization of Work Committee, 1996-2001

Health, Human Services, Occupational Health Panel Member, U.S.-Canada Women’s Health Conference, Ottawa, August 1996

Health Canada, Peer Reviewer-Study Section, National Centres of Women’s Health Excellence, 1996

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Panel National Occupational Health Research Agenda, 1996

Health Canada, Peer Reviewer-Study Section, National Centres of Health Excellence, 1995

World Health Organization: Group Leader, Expert Panel on Guidelines for Health of Healthcare Workers and AIDS, Geneva, October 2-4, 1989

Office of Technology Assessment: Expert Panel on Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace, 1984-85; Expert Panel on Impact of New Technology on the Office, 1984-85

National Cancer Institute-Expert Panel Women and Smoking-1984; National Cancer Institute: Merit Peer Review Committee, Cancer Control, 1979-81

World Health Organization—Temporary Advisor 1984–85, Women’s Occupational Health

New York State Department of Health Advisory Committee, 1982–86

Port Authority of New York and New Jersey: consultant on environmental impact of proposed construction project, 1983–84

Tennessee Valley Authority: Office of Safety and Health, consultant and lecturer, 1980–82

U.S. Surgeon General’s Office: Work group on Occupational Health, Taskforce on Preventing Disease/Promoting Health, 1979

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health: Technical Review Committee for the Benzene, Sulfur Dioxide, Mercury and Cadmium Criteria Documents; peer reviewer and site visitor for Educational Resource Centers, 1978-79

Professional Committees and Consultations—Non-Governmental:

American Cancer Society (NY Div.), Research Evaluation Committee, October 1999 - current

Women’s Health: Occupation, Cancer and Reproduction, Reykjavik, May 1998: Organizing and Scientific Committee Member

American Psychological Association–NIOSH 1998 Stress in the Workplace, Steering Committee member, 1997 - 1998

National Commission on Working Women: consultant and collaborator, 1985–88

American Hospital Association: Advisory Board, Reproductive Hazards in Health Care, 1986–87

American Co-Coordinator, International Scientific Conference: Working with Video Display Units, Stockholm May 1986

University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey: Continuing Education Advisory Board, 1984–88

March of Dimes: Chair, Taskforce on Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace, 1980–84; Member, 1984-86; consultant on Environmental Reproductive Hazards Continuing Education Module for Physicians, 1985-89

American Occupational Health Nurses Association: Continuing Education consultant and lecturer, 1983-89

Hospital Employee Health, Advisory Board Member, Third Annual Conference on Hospital Employee Health, 1984.

American Lung Association: Environmental Health Taskforce, 1976-80; Occupational Health Advisory Board 1984-90

American Public Health Association: Governing Council, 1981-1983

Service Employees International Union: consultant, 1981-88

Coalition of Labor Union Women: Scientific Consultant 1975-80

National Union of Hospital and Health Care Workers: Scientific Consultant, 1975-88

American Chemical Society: Chair, Taskforce on Benzene, 1978-79; Committee on Chemical Safety, 1973-79; Taskforce on Safe Laboratory Practices 1978-79

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology: Expert Panel for Guidelines on Pregnant Working Women, 1978

Selected Congressional Testimony

1989     Hospitals and Health Care Subcommittee, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, GV Montgomery, Chairman

1989     Human Resources and Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee, House Committee on Government Operations, Ted Weiss, Chairman

1983     Committee on Science, Research and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, Invited Testimony on The Quality of theWorkplace Panel, Washington, DC, June 14.

1980     Investigation and Oversight Subcommittee, House Science and Technology Committee, Al Gore, Chairman




Books, Chapters and Monographs:


Stellman, J.M., Editor-in-Chief, Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 1998 French translations in progress; Chinese and Russian available in electronic formats).

Stellman, J.M., Editor-in-Chief, Enciclopedia de salud y seguridad en el trabajo, 4ta edición, Oficina Internacional del Trabajo, Ginebra Suisa, 1998.

Westlander, G and JM Stellman, eds.: Women and Health: The Swedish Alternative, New York: Haworth, 1988.

Stellman, JM and MS Henifin, Office Work Can Be Dangerous to Your Health, Revised Edition, Ballantine-Fawcett, N.Y., 1989; 1st edition: Pantheon NY 1984

Stellman, JM, Women’s Work, Women’s Health: Myths and Realities, New York, Pantheon, 1978. (Italian translation, Milano, Feltrinelli, 1981) (Japanese translation, UNI Agency, Inc. 1983) (French translation, Quebec, Parti Pris Inc. 1983)

Stellman, JM and S Daum, Work Is Dangerous to Your Health: A Handbook of Health Hazards in the Workplace and What You Can Do About Them, 2nd edition, New York, Pantheon (in preparation). 1st edition: New York, Pantheon 1973. (Italian translation, Feltrinelli, 1975; Portuguese translation, Editoria Pedagogica e Universitaria Ltd, Sao Paulo, 1975; French translation, Quebec, Parti Pris, 1979; Spanish translation, Mexico: Siglo Veintiuno Editores, Sa de CV, 1986).

Chapters and Monographs

Stellman, JM and A Lucas. “International Perspectives on Women’s Work”, in Goldman, M and Hatch, M, Women and Work, Academic Press, 2000.

Stellman, JM, “Women Workers,” in R.M. Bowler and JG Cone (eds.) Occupational Medicine Secrets, Hanley and Belfus, Philadelphia, 181-184, 1999.

Stellman, JM, “Foreword,” in K. Messing, One Eyed Science, Temple University Press, Philadelphia, ix-xii, 1998

Stellman, JM and Warshaw, LJ, Chapter Editors, “Work and Workers,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 24.2-24.17, 1998.

Stellman, JM and Osinsky, D, Chapter Editors, “Using, Storing and transporting Chemicals,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland,61.2-61.23, 1998.

Osinsky, D and Stellman, JM, Chapter Editors, “Minerals and Agricultural Chemicals,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 62.2-62.16, 1998.

Stellman, JM and McCann, M, Chapter Editors, “Chemical Processing,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 77.2-77.35, 1998.

Stellman, JM, “Overview of Chemical Hazards in Health Care,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 97.47, 1998.

Stellman, JM, Osinsky, D and Markkanen, P,Chapter Editors, “Guide to Chemicals,” Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety, 4th edition, International Labor Office, Geneva Switzerland, 104.5-104.414, 1998.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman, “Agent Orange, 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T,” in Environmental and Occupational Medicine, W Rom, ed., New York: Little Brown, 3rd edition, 1998.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman ,An appraisal of military records available for research on the health effects of herbicides used during the Vietnam War.” Report to the Institute of Medicine, February 4, 1993.

Stellman, JM, “Overview: Gender and Occupational Health,” in Proceedings of the Research Round Table on Gender and Workplace Health,” Health and Welfare Canada, Ottawa, 1992.

Stellman, JM and Stellman, SD, “Agent Orange, 2,4-D and 2,4,5-T,” in Environmental and Occupational Medicine, W Rom, ed., New York: Little Brown, 2nd edition, 1992.

Zoloth, S and JM Stellman, “Hazards of Healing: Occupational Health and Safety in Hospitals,” in Women and Work, Vol II, A Stromberg, L Larwood and B Gutek, eds., Beverly Hills: Sage, 1987.

Stellman, JM, S Klitzman, GR Gordon, and BR Snow, “A Comparison of the Health and Well-Being of Clerical Workers and VDT Operators,” in B Knave and PG Wideback, eds., Work With Display Units 86, Amsterdam: Elsevier 605-613, 1986.

Kipen, H and JM Stellman, Core Curriculum Guide on Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace, American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Atlanta, 1986.

Stellman, JM, “Science, Social Perspectives, Social Problems and the Formation of a Career,” in The Alice Hamilton Symposium on Women in Occupational Health, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Cincinnati, 1985.

Stellman, JM, “Are current standards setting procedures adequate and valid,” Prentice-Hall Labor Relations Guide Service, 40,203-40,207, 2- 8-85, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.

Stellman, JM and J Messite, Introduction to Encyclopedia of Industrial Medicine, Methuen, New York, 1986.

Stellman, JM, “Leukemia and Lymphoma Among Hospital Workers,” Environmental Protection Agency Final Report, 1985.

Stellman, JM and BR Snow, “Occupational Safety and Health Hazards and Psychosocial Well-Being of Workers,” in Health and Industry—A Behavior Medicine Approach Wiley, New York, 1986.

Snow, BR, J Berek, D Legrande, J McMahon, R Wilford, and Stellman, JM, “Behavior Medicine In Industry: A Labor Perspective,” in Health and Industry—A Behavior Medicine Approach, Wiley, New York, 1986.

Stellman, JM, “Chemical Hazards,” in R Lewy, ed., Highlights of the Medical Center Employee Health Conference, Excerpta Medica Princeton 1984

Stellman, JM and J Messite, “A Dental Workplace Health and Safety Guide,” in Occupational Hazards in Dentistry, H Goldman, ed., Yearbook Chicago, 1984

Stellman, JM and MS Henifin, three-part series based on excerpts from above, Working Woman, March, April 1984

Stellman, JM, A Rosenberg, B Aufiero and MS Henifin, “Personal Protective Equipment for Women: The State of the Art,” Proc. 1984 Int’l Conference on Occupational Ergonomics.

Stellman, JM, J Caravanos, and RN Taub, “Development of an Interactive Inter-State Community Hospital Based Regional Tumor Registry,” Proc. of the International Cancer Congress, Seattle, 1982.

Stellman, JM and MS Henifin, “No Fertile Women Need Apply: Employment Discrimination and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace,” in Biological Woman—The Convenient Myth, R Hubbard, MS Henifin, and B Fried, eds. Boston: Schenckman, 1983.

Stellman, JM “Reproductive Effects of Workplace Exposures,” in Environmental and Occupational Medicine, Rom, Wm. ed, New York, Little Brown, 1982.

Stellman, JM, “La rançon économique du travail des femmes: les risques professionnels.” in Médecine et sociètè les anneès 80. L Bozzini, M Renaud, D Gaucher, and J Llambias-Wolff, eds. Laval, Quebec: 1980, pp. 248-270.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman, “Smoking, Women and Occupational Health,” in Report of the Surgeon General, U.S. PHS, Washington, 1980.

Stellman, JM, “Biological Aspects of the Effects of Toxic Agents on Reproductive Outcome,” in Inudstry and Health Care IX, R. Egdahl, New York, Springer-Verlag, 1980

Stellman, JM and G Kabat, “An Assessment of the Health Effects of Arsenic Germane to Low-Level Exposure,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1978.

Stellman, JM and G Kabat, “An Assessment of the Health Effects of Coke Oven Emissions Germane to Low Level Exposure,” U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, 1978.

Woodward, AE, SB Ng and JM Stellman, “Chain Folding and the Location of the Amorphous Component in Poly (trans-1,4-butadiene) Single Crystals,” in Advances in Polymer Science and Engineering, KD Poe et al. eds., New York, Plenum Press, 1972.



Stellman, JM, Tomasallo, C., Christian,  R., Benjamin, F and Stellman, SD Military Unit Mobility as a Conceptual Approach for Evaluating Environmental Exposures among Military Personnel. (submitted).

Stellman, SD and Stellman, JM. Exposure Opportunity Models For Agent Orange, Dioxin,  And Other Military Herbicides Used In Vietnam, 1961-1971. (submitted)

Stellman, JM, Stellman, SD, Christian RC, Weber, TW and Tomasallo, C. The extent and patterns of usage of Agent Orange and other herbicides in Vietnam. Nature,422, 681-687, 2003 (cover article).

Koenen, KC, Stellman, JM, Stellman, SD, Sommer, JF. Persistence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms among Vietnam Veterans. (submitted)

Koenen, KC, Stellman, JM, Stellman, SD, Sommer, J. Risk Factors for Course of PTSD Among Vietnam Veterans: A 14-year Follow-up of American Legionnaires. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, in press.

Stellman, JM*, Stellman* SD, Weber, T, Tomasallo C, Stellman AB, Christian R. A Geographic Information System for Characterizing Exposure to Agent Orange and Other Herbicides in Vietnam/ Env. Health Perspectives, 111(3), 321-328, 2003. (* equal contributions)

Kelaher, M., Manderson, L. and Stellman, JM, "Welfare reforms in Australia; How will they affect women’s Health?" JAMWA 57, 49053, 2002.

Stellman JM. Perspectives on women's occupational health. [Journal Article] Journal of the American Medical Womens Association. 55(2):69-71, 95, 2000 Spring.

Kelaher, M. and Stellman, JM, “The Impact of Medicare Funding on the Use of Mammography among Older Women: Implications for Improving Access to Screening,” Preventive Medicine, 31, 658-664, 2000.

Stellman, JM, “Women Workers: The Social Construction of a Special Working Population and the Hazards They Face on the Job,” in State of the Art Reviews, 14 (3) p. 559-581, 1999.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman, “Cancer and the Workplace,” CA-A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, 46, 70-92, 1996.

Stellman JM. Women's health perspectives from the ILO Encyclopedia of Occupational Health Safety. Epidemiologia e Prevenzione. 20(2-3):191-3, 1996 Apr-Sep.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman, “Social Factors, Women and Cancer,” Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 11, 103-108, 1995.

Stellman, JM, “Where Women Work and the Hazards They May Face on the Job.” Journal of Occupational Medicine 36(8), 814-825, 1994.

Klitzman, S and JM Stellman, “The Impact of the Physical Environment on the Psychological Well-Being of Office Workers.” Social Sci & Med 29(6), 733-749, 1989.

Stellman, SD, JM Stellman, JF Sommer, Jr., “Combat and Herbicide Exposure in Vietnam Among American Legionnaires.” Environmental Research 47(2), 112-128, 1988.

Stellman, JM, SD Stellman, JF Sommer, Jr., “Social and Behavioral Consequences of the Vietnam Experience Among American Legionnaires.” Environmental Research, 47(2), 129-149, 1988.

Stellman, SD, JM Stellman, JF Sommer, Jr., “Health and Reproductive Effects of Combat and Herbicide Exposure in Vietnam Among American Legionnaires.” Environmental Research, 47(2), 150-174, 1988.

Snow, B, JM Stellman, SD Stellman, JF Sommer, Jr., “Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Relation to Military Service in Vietnam Among American Legionnaires.” Environmental Research, 47(2), 176-192, 1988.

Stellman, JM, SD Stellman, JF Sommer, Jr., “Utilization Attitudes, and Experiences of Vietnam Era Veterans with Veterans Administration Health Facilities.” Environmental Research, 193-209, 1988.

Stellman, JM, S Klitzman, GR Gordon, and B Snow, “Work Environment and the Well-Being of Clerical and VDT Workers,” J. Occupational Behaviour, 8, 95-114, 1987.

Stellman JM. The working environment of the working poor: an analysis based on workers' compensation claims, census data and known risk factors. Women & Health, 12(3-4):83-101, 1987.

Stellman, JM, “Protective Legislation, Ionizing Radiation and Health: A New Appraisal and International Survey,” Women and Health 12(1), 105-125, 1987.

Stellman, JM, “Spread of Chemotherapeutic Agents at Work: Assessment through Simulation,” Cancer Investigation, 5(2), 75-81, 1987.

Stellman, SD. and JM Stellman, “Estimation of Exposure to Agent Orange and Other Defoliants among American Troops in Vietnam: A Methodological Approach,” Amer. Journal Industrial Medicine, 9:305-321,1986

Stellman, JM and SR Zoloth, “Cancer Chemotherapeutic Agents as Occupational Hazards: A Literature Review,” Cancer Investigation 4(2), 127-135 (1986).

Stellman, JM, “Environmental Agents and Birth Outcomes,” Annals of New York Academy of Sciences 11/730, 216-221, 1986.

Stellman, JM, S Klitzman, G Gordon, and B Snow, “Air Quality and Ergonomics in the Office: Survey Results and Methodologic Issues,” American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 46(5),286-293, 1985

Stellman, JM, “Practical Problems of Designing Cohort Studies to Identify Occupational Hazards with Health Care as an Example,” National Cancer Institute Monograph Number 67, NIH Pub. #85-2713, 1985.

Stellman, JM and SD Stellman, “Occupational Lung Disease and Cancer Risk in Women,” Occupational Health Nursing, 40-46, November 1983

Stellman, JM, B Aufiero and RN Taub, “Assessment of Potential Exposure to Antineoplastic Agents in the Health Care Setting,” Preventive Medicine (13), 245-255, 1984.

Soskolne, C, E Zeighami, N Hanis, L Kupper, N Hermann, J Amsel, J Mausner, and Stellman, JM, “Laryngeal Cancer and Occupational Exposure to Sulfuric Acid,” Amer. J. of Epidemiology 120(3), 358-369, 1984.

Taub RN. Stellman JM. “The Columbia Cancer Center Cancer Control Program. Progress in Clinical & Biological Research. 121:73-4, 1983.

Stellman JM. Aufiero B. “Screening, education and industrial hygiene interventions for the control of cancer in health care workers.” Progress in Clinical & Biological Research. 121:125-6, 1983.

Stellman JM. Stellman SD. “Occupational lung disease and cancer risk in women.”  Occupational Health Nursing. 31(11):40-6, 1983 Nov.

Stellman, JM and LR Andrews, “The Assessment of Toxic Exposures in the Workplace.” Toxic Substances Journal, (2), Fall 1982.

Stellman, JM, “Safety in the Health Care Industry,” Occupational Health Nursing, Oct 1982, 30:10, p. 7.

Murphy, DC, MS Henifin and JM Stellman, “Personal Protective Equipment for Women: Results of a Manufacturers’ and Suppliers’ Survey,” American Industrial Hygiene Association Transactions, 1981.

Stellman JM. “Finding a chair that fits.” Occupational Health & Safety. 50(1):43-5, 1981 Jan.

Stellman, SD and JM Stellman, “Women’s Occupations, Smoking, and Cancer and Other Diseases,” Ca—A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, 1981, Vol.31, 29-43.

Freedman, AP, S Robinson, K O’Leary and JM Stellman, “Non-Invasive Magnetopneumiographic Determination of Lung Dust Loads in Steel Arc Welders,” Brit J of Ind Med 1981, Vol. 38, 384-88.

Stellman, JM, “Occupational Health and Women Workers: A Review,” Labor Studies Journal, Spring 1981, Vol. 6, No. 1,16-28.

Stellman, JM and G Epler, “Reproductive Health in the Workplace: Scientific and Policy Considerations,” Toxic Subs J,1(4),316-331, 1980.

Stellman, JM, “The Effects of Toxic Agents on Reproduction,” Occupational Health and Safety, 37-43, April 1979.

Stellman, JM, “Occupational Health Hazards of Women: An Overview,” Preventive Medicine 7(3), 1978.

Stellman, JM, SD Stellman, J Berek and A Ezraty, “The Role of the Union Health and Safety Committee in Evaluating the Health Hazards of Hospital Workers, A Case Study,” Preventive Medicine 7(3), 1978.

Stellman, JM, “The Hidden Health Toll: The Cost of Work to the American Woman,” Civil rights Digest 10:32-41, Fall 1977.

Stellman, JM, “Industrial Health and the Developing World,” Technology Review p. 15, January, 1977.

Stellman, JM, “Current Concepts in Standard Setting: Are They Working?” Professional Safety 22:36-41, 1977.

Stellman JM. “Are standards doing the job?.Occupational Health & Safety. 45(6):30-1, 1976 Nov-Dec.

Stellman, JM, “Industrial R & D’s Role in Occupational Safety and Health: A Labor View,” Research Management 18(3): 8, 1975.

Stellman, JM, AE Woodward and SD Stellman, “Thermodynamic Properties of Poly(trans-1,4-butadiene) Crystals: Relationship to Molecular Structure,” Macromolecules 6:330,1973.

Ng, SB, AE Woodward and JM Stellman, “The Location and the Amorphous Component in Poly (trans-1,4-butadiene) Crystals,” J. Polymer Science B7:539, 1973.

Newman, B, JM Stellman and AE Woodward, “Further Studies on Chain Folding in Poly (trans-1,4-butadiene) Crystals,” J. Polymer Sci B2 2311, 1972

Stellman, JM, “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of the Structure and Properties of Poly (trans-1,4-butadiene) Crystals,” PhD Dissertation, City University of New York, 1972.

Stellman, JM and AE Woodward, “Chain Folding in Poly (trans-1,4- Butadiene) Crystals Grown from Various Solvents,” J. Polymer Sci A2:9,1971.

Stellman, JM and AE Woodward, “Chain Folding in Poly (trans-1,4- butadiene) Crystals,” J. Polymer Science B7:755, 1969.

Letters, Commentary, Columns:

Stellman, JM and Koenen, “War: Is A Mental Health Ceasefire Possible?”, Social and Preventive Medicine 46(2), April 15 2001.

Bertin JE. Ashford NA. Bellinger D. Landrigan PJ. Legator MS. Mattison DR. McBeath WH. Rosen JF. Stellman JM. “The goal: safety and equality.” [Editorial] American Journal of Industrial Medicine. 21(4):463-5, 1992.

Stellman, JM and Bertin, J, “Science’s Anti-Female Bias”, op-ed The New York Times, June 4, 1990.

Stellman JM. Personal health practices. Women & Health. 16(1):1-3, 1990.

Stellman, JM “Editorial Overview,” Women and Health 12(1), 1987

Stellman, JM “Editorial Overview,” Women and Health 11(2):1-2, 1986.

Stellman, JM, “Editorial Overview,” Women and Health 11(1):1-6, 1986.

Stellman, JM, “Workplace Hazards—Even in the Office,” An Interview by U.S. News & World Report, March 29, 1982.

Stellman, JM and GC Kabat, “Arsenical Air Pollution and Lung Cancer,” Lancet, i:211, 1978.

Bahn, AK, I Rosenwaike, N Hermann, P Grover, JM Stellman, K O’Leary, “PCB’s Exposure and Melanoma,” New England J Med 295:450, 1976.

Stellman JM. Hoffmann D. “Occupational bladder cancer.” Lancet. 2(8037):563-4, 1977 Sep 10.

Stellman, JM, “Commentary on Mercury Criteria Document,” J Occ Med 15:913, 1973.

Stellman, JM, “Standards for Carcinogens,” Science 181:109, 1973.

Women’s Occupational Health Resource Center News, “From the Director’s Desk,” November/December 1984 1991

Service Employee, Monthly Newspaper of Service Employees Int’l Union, “Staying Alive: Workplace Safety and Health.” 1980–82.

The Paperworker, Monthly Newsletter of the United Paperworkers Int’l Union, “Your Work—Your Health: A column devoted to answering questions about the health effects of working conditions.” 1976–79.

Selected Recent Professional Presentations:

Messing, K. and Stellman, J. M. Women and Men and health and safety.  International Think Tank on Gender, Sex and Health, Canadian Institutes of Health Research.  February 28, 2003.

Messing, K. and Stellman, J. M. Women and men and health and safety. 1st International Seminar on Safety, Health, and Environment ----Challenges and Opportunities for Women^R, sponsored by the Society for Working Life of India and the Confederation of Indiaan Industry. New Delhi, India, Feb. 6, 2003.

Stellman, JM, Stellman, SD, Stellman, A, Christian, R, Tomasallo, C, Weber, T. Visualization of US Army Military Unit Locations in Relation to Herbicide Spraying during the Vietnam War, Intl Society for Exposure Analysis/Intl Soc for Environmental Epidemiology, Vancouver 2002.

Stellman, SD, Stellman JM, Christian R, Weber T, Stellman AB. Effect of Varying Soil Typology on Estimates of Residual Exposure To Herbicides and Dioxins in Vietnam – a Sensitivity Analysis. US-Vietnam Scientific Conference on Human Health and Environmental Effects of Agent Orange/Dioxins (invited speaker), Hanoi, 2002.

Stellman, JM, Stellman, SD, Christian, R., Weber, T, Tomasallo. C, Stellman, AB. The Extent and Usage Patterns of Military Herbicides in Vietnam, 1961-1971: A Summary:  Reanalysis Based on Examination of Newly Analyzed Primary Source Materials. US-Vietnam Scientific Conference on Human Health and Environmental Effects of Agent Orange/Dioxins (invited speaker), Hanoi, 2002.

Koenen, K.C., Stellman, J.M., Stellman, S.D., & Sommer, J.F. (2000, November).  Course and risk factors for PTSD in Vietnam veterans. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, San Antonio, Texas. 

Stellman, J.M., Stellman, S.D., Koenen, K.C., & Sommer, J.F. (2000, November).  Persisting social and behavioral effects of exposure to combat in Vietnam veterans. Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, San Antonio, Texas. 

Stellman, J.M., Stellman, S.D., Koenen, K.C., & Sommer, J.F. (2000, November).  Experiences of Vietnam era veterans with VA health care facilities.  Paper presented at the 16th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, San Antonio, Texas.   

Stellman, JM, Stellman, Tomasello, CD, Christian, RC, Stellman, SD, ”Mobility Factor Analysis”: A Mission-Job Exposure Methodology for Modeling Troop Exposures to Environmental Factors”, presented at a International Society for Exposure Analysis meeting, Monterey, August 2000.

Stellman, SD and Stellman, JM,  Modeling Veterans’ Exposure Opportunity for Herbicides in Vietnam using Expanded and Cleaned HERBS Data Files” presented at a International Society for Exposure Analysis meeting, Monterey, August 2000.

Karestan Koenen, PhD, Stellman, JM and Stellman, SD, “Social Stress Factors: Essential Components of Military Environmental Modeling:, presented at a International Society for Exposure Analysis meeting, Monterey, August 2000.


Selected Invited Addresses and Presentations

Invited Panel Chair, NIOSH/APA Occupational Stress Conference, March, 2003. Toronto.

Women and Work Panel, Second Hispanic Forum for a Safe and Health Environment, San Diego, Oct 7-9, 2002.

Bound by Conception: Perennial problems in sex-based models of medical research. (Plenary Keynote).  European Association of Women's Health Research, Vienna, Austria, Sept. 16-18, 2002.

Keynote Address:  11th International Congress on Women’s Health Issues.  San Francisco, January 27, 2000.

American Psychology Association.  “Critical Issues for Women in the Millenium” invited panelist. Boston, September, 1999.

Institute of Medicine, Invited Presentation “Environmental Workplace Exposures,” Workshop on Gender Differences, May 1997

Hassan Fathy Institute for Construction Workers: Conference on Safety and Health in Construction in Central and Eastern Europe, “Chemical Hazards in Construction,” Budapest, May, 1994.

Opening Address, National Cancer Institute International Symposium “Where women work and the hazards they may face on the job.” Baltimore, 1994.

New York Academy of Sciences Environmental Sciences Section: “Incorporating Environmental Health into an Occupational Health Framework,” November 16, 1994.

ProHealth Care Conference, Swedish National Board for Occupational Safety and Health: “Chemical Exposures and health care workers,” invited plenary address, Stockholm, June, 1994.

Health and Welfare Canada: Keynote Address, “Research Roundtable on Gender and Workplace Health,” Ottawa, 1992.

Institute of Medicine, Invited Presentation to Committee to Review Health Effects in Vietnam Veterans of Exposure to Herbicides, 1992

Women’s City Club: Marta Fraenkel Symposium Panel: “Sexism in Formulation of Policy, New York, December, 1990.

University of Iowa Labor Center, Series of lectures on: “Occupational Health Issues: Old Problems waiting for new priorities,” Iowa City, Iowa, March, 1989.

Mount Sinai Environmental Health Sciences Seminar Series, “Building Bridges Between Chemistry and Toxicology,” New York City, February, 1989.

Washington State Association of Occupational Health Nurses, “Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace,” Seattle, January, 1989.

Northwest Center for Occupational Health and Safety (University of Washington Consortium), “Office Environment: Effects of Office Automation,” lecturer, Seattle, January, 1989.

NYC Department of Health Intern Program, Graduation Address, New York City, June, 1989.

Washington Clearinghouse On Women’s Issues, Featured speaker: “Women’s Occupational Health Problems,” Washington, D.C., October, 1989.

First Annual Vietnam Veterans Reunion, on Veterans’ exposure to herbicides, keynote address. Mitchell, South Dakota, November, 1989.

B.C. Government Employees’ Union, Seminar on Health and Safety Issues of the 80s—Office Workers,” keynote speaker, Victoria, British Columbia, January, 1989.

PHILAPOSH Conference (Philadelphia Area Project on Occupational Safety and Health), “Your job and child-bearing,” Keynote address, Philadelphia, October, 1988.

Telecommunications Workers Union Health and Safety Seminar, Keynote address, Vancouver, October, 1988.

Public Voice for Food and Health Policy, “Women Taking Charge,” conference: “Women’s Health: An examination of workplace risks,” Washington, DC., February, 1988.

Brooklyn Museum, “Radium City” Film series expert speaker, Brooklyn, June, 1988.

Communication Workers of America, National Community Services/OSH Conference, “Occupational Stress and VDTs,” Las Vegas, Nevada, February, 1988.

Health and Welfare Canada: Symposium on Changing Patterns of Health and Disease in Canadian Women, “Wrap-Up” Speaker, Ottawa, April, 1988.

Bryn Mawr College Series on Occupational Health and Human Values, “Reproductive Health Hazards in the Workplace: More than a Woman’s Issue,” Bryn Mawr, March, 1988.

March of Dimes Editors’ Luncheon, “The 1988 Woman: In the Workplace and Pregnant.” Lincoln Center, New York City, December, 1987.

Center for the American Woman and Politics, “Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace,” workshop panel. San Diego, California, November, 1987.

University of Virginia Medical Center, Antineoplastic Chemotherapy Conference, “Chemotherapy Epidemiology, Hazards and Risks.” Charlottesville, November, 1987.

The Council for Environment & Health, International Conference on Indoor Air Quality Panel: “Epidemiology of Passive Smoking,” Tokyo, November, 1987.

McGraw Hill Chemical Week Seminar: Electronic Chemical News, New York, October, 1987.

American Lung Association, Keynote address, “Health Hazards in the World of Work,” New York, September 1987.

NY Academy of Sciences and Rutgers Forum on Reproductive Laws for the 1990s, “Reproductive Health Hazards in the Workplace,” New York City, May, 1987.

New School for Social Research Forum on Science, Technology and Power: “Genetic Screening in the Workplace,” NYC, April, 1987.

International Federation of Chemical, Energy and General Workers’ Unions, Women’s World Conference: “Chemicals—Hope and Responsibility,” Speaker and workshop leader, Brussels, October, 1987.

British Columbia Federation of Labor, Keynote Address, “Chemical Hazards in the Workplace,” Vancouver, March, 1987.

International Brotherhood of Teamsters Conference on Women in the Workplace, Washington, November, 1986.

CBC Network Public Affairs Program The Journal: “The office—Is it making you sick?,Edmonton, February, 1986.

American Hospital Association, “Chemical Hazards in Hospitals,” Boston October, 1986.

American Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Southern Connecticut Chapter, Keynote Address and Workshop Leader: “Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace,” Fairfield CT, September, 1986.

American Society Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers, Keynote Address: Smoking Policies in Vancouver, Implications and Impacts, Provincial Meeting, Vancouver, September, 1986.

Gesell Institute, Gesell Day Lecturer, “Environmental Hazards,” New Haven, May, 1986.

International VDU Conference, “Office Action Plan,” Continuing Education Program full-day session leader, Stockholm Sweden, May, 1986.

Institute of Public Health, “VDT’s and Health: A Research Update,” Rome, Italy, October. 1985  Ohio Planned Parenthood, “The Effects of the Workplace Environment on Reproductive Health,” Columbus Ohio, April, 1986.

Tennessee Committee on Safety and Health Statewide Meeting, Keynote Address Nashville November, 1984.

Canadian Central Labour Council National Health and Safety Meeting, Main Address, Winnipeg September, 1984.

Ontario Federal of Labour Stress Institute Keynote Address, Hamilton, October, 1984.

Allied Industrial Workers, Keynote address, “Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace,” Milwaukee, March, 1984.

Eighth International Congress International Association of Medical Women, Closing Address, Arnhem The Netherlands, June, 1985.

NYS Department of Civil Service Annual Educational Session, “The Sick Building Syndrome,” Albany NY, May, 1985.

Greater New York Association of Occupational Health Nurses, Mary Delahanty Lecture, “Making corporate health decisions without enough data,” New York, March, 1985.

American Occupational Health Conference, “Environmental Hazards to Hospital Employees,” cont. ed seminar, Kansas City, April, 1985.

Rutgers University of Medicine and Dentistry, Distinguished Lecture, “Soft Data and Soft Tissues: The Track Record of Toxic Chemical Case Resolutions,” Piscataway, March, 1985.

American Academy of Compensation Medicine, “Office Work: The New Challenge for Compensation Medicine?” New York, March, 1985.

8th Annual NIH Research Safety Symposium, “Medical Surveillance of Workers,” Bethesda, January, 1985.

Yale University Indoor Air Pollution Conference, “Problems in the Office Environment,” New Haven November, 1984.

Ohio Hospital Association, “Chemical Hazards in Hospitals,” Columbus November, 1984.

Tufts Medical School Occupational Medicine Visiting Lecture Boston October, 1984.

Long Island Jewish Hospital Annual Health and Safety Institute, September, 1984.

American Occupational Health Nurses Annual Meeting, Keynote Address; Reproductive Hazards Continuing Education, Los Angeles April, 1984.

American Association of Women Dentists Annual Meeting, New York, November, 1983.

American Cancer Society, Workshop on Cohort Studies, New York, October, 1983.

St. Louis University Medical Center, Continuing Nursing Education “WARNING: Working in a Hospital Can be Hazardous to Your Health,” Invited Faculty, St. Louis, September, 1983.

Hospital Employee Health—1983, Second National Conference, Invited Faculty, Chicago, July, 1983.

American Society of Law and Medicine, “The Value and Utility of Biological Monitoring in Occupational Health,” Washington, D.C., May, 1983.

Long Island Jewish Hospital-Occupational Health Symposium, “Reproductive Hazards,” New Hyde Park, NY, May, 1983.

American Industrial Hygiene Association—Plenary Session Address, “Overview of Reproductive Effects of Solvents,” Philadelphia, May, 1983.

American Occupational Medicine Association, Annual Meeting “Update on Ethylene Oxide Exposures,” Washington, D.C., April, 1983.

American Occupational Medicine Association: Continuing Education Course Leader: “Chemical Hazards in Hospitals, Washington, D.C., April, 1983.

University of North Carolina-Annual Women’s Week Keynote Speaker: “No Fertile Women Need Apply,” Charlotte, NC April, 1983.

Congressional 22nd Annual Community Conference, 17th Congressional District, Dinner Speaker, New York, March, 1983.

New York Academy of Sciences, “Health Effects of Exposure to Radiofrequency Radiation,” New York, March, 1983.

American Industrial Hygiene Association and The American Society of Safety Engineers of New Jersey “Women in the Workplace,” New Jersey, March, 1983.

Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, Invited Plenary Address “Occupational Safety and Health Hazards and the Psychosocial Well-Being of Workers,” Baltimore, March, 1983.

Ohio AFL-CIO Labor Education and Research Service, Fifth Annual Workers’ Safety And Health Institute Banquet Address, December, 1983.

New York Business Group on Health, “Health Promotion at the Worksite: Does it Work? Does it Pay Off?”—Invited Speaker, New York, May, 1983.

British Columbia Federation of Labour, Health and Safety Conference, Keynote Address, Vancouver, BC, March, 1983.

Women and Health Round Table Invited Address “Occupational Health for Women Workers, Washington, DC, December, 1982.

Manitoba Federation of Labour, Second annual Health and Safety Conference, “Studies You Can Do,” Winnipeg, March, 1982.

International Conference on Office Work and New Technology, Invited Address “Impact of Automation on Office Health and Safety, Boston, October, 1982.

NIOSH Educational Resource Center, Guest Lecturer, New York, September, 1982.

March of Dimes Annual Meeting, “Environmental Causes of Perinatal Morbidity and Mortality,” Birmingham, AL, June, 1982.

American Occupational Medical Association, Annual Meeting Invited Address “Office Safety in a Health Care Setting,” Toronto, April, 1982.

Wilson College, Women Who Dare Series, “Occupational Health,” Keynote Speaker, Chambersburg, PA April, 1982.

Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence Valley, Guest Faculty for Addresses and Symposia, March, 1982.

Institute for Social Medicine, Presentation of the North American Paper on “Protection of Women Workers: A Double Standard?” Rome, January, 1982.

Hastings Center, Project on Ethical Issues in Occupational Health and Safety, panel presentation. Hastings, November, 1981.

American Occupational Health Nurses Association Conference, “Chemicals and Toxic Substances, Atlanta, May, 1981.

Stamford Hospital, “Occupational Health Hazards,” Darien, CT May, 1981.

American Cancer Society, Annual Campaign Kickoff, Cable Network News: Occupational Health as a Cancer Issue April, 1981.

The Food and Beverage Trades / AFL/CIO, Annual Convention, “Women in the Workplace,” New York, November, 1981.

Service Employees International Union Women’s Conference, Plenary Session Address, Storrs, CT June, 1981.

Manitoba Federation of Labour, Keynote Address “Hazards of Working,” Winnipeg, April, 1981.

Wisconsin Committee on Occupational Safety and Health, Keynote Address: Women’s Work/Women’s Health Conference, Milwaukee, February, 1981.

Communication Workers of America, Annual Health and Safety Meeting, “Equal Employment and Workers Health,” New York, January, 1981.

Canadian Paperworkers Union/CLC, Labour/Management Safety Conference, “Hazardous Chemicals in the Pulp and Paper Industry and Regulations Governing Them,” Vancouver, BC, November, 1980.

Women & Work Committee, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Keynote Address, October, 1980.

St. Louis University, “Women and the Workplace,” Keynote Address, Continuing Education Program, November, 1980.

OPEIU/Tennessee Valley Authority, Office Health and Safety, 3-Day Speaking Tour, October, 1980.

American Society of Human Genetics, Plenary Address, “Genetic Screening in the Workplace,” New York, September, 1980.

American Psychological Society Annual Meeting, “Health Implications of Environmental Factors in the Office Workplace,” Montreal, September, 1980.

Women’s Bureau 60th Anniversary Labor Day Conference, Invited Address, “Occupational Health as a Women’s Issue,” Washington, DC, September, 1980.

American Lung Association/New Jersey Annual Meeting “Health Hazards in the Workplace and What You Can Do About Them,” Keynote Address, Jamesburg, NJ, May, 1980.

University of Manitoba, Distinguished Scholars Series, Annual Guest Lecturer, Winnipeg, March, 1980.

Humber College for Labor Studies, Women’s Work: Keynote Address, Toronto, December, 1978.

British Columbia Federation of Labour-Annual Address Vancouver, November, 1979.