Asthma; Environmental Health; Occupational Medicine; Pneumoconiosis; Occupational Exposure; Isocyanates
Skin Diseases Research Center, Yale
Dr. Redlich’s current research interests include occupational and environmental lung diseases, in particular isocyanate asthma.
- Wisnewski AV, Liu J, Redlich CA. Antigenic changes in human albumin caused by reactivity with the occupational allergen, diphenyl methane diisocyanate. Analytical Biochem. 2010; 400: 251-8.
- Wisnewski AV, Xu L, Robinson E, Liu J, Redlich CA, Herrick CA. Immune sensitization to methylene diphenyl-diisocyanate (MDI) resulting from skin exposure: albumin as a carrier protein connecting skin exposure to subsequent respiratory responses. Journal Occupational Medicine and Toxicology. 2011; 6:6.
- Henneberger, P. Redlich CA. Work-Aggravated Asthma, in Sigsgaard,T, Heederik, D(eds). Occupational Asthma, Basel 2010: 89-100.
- Gui W, Wisnewski AV, Neamtiu I, Gurzau E, Sparer JA, Stowe MH, Slade MD, Rusu OA, Redlich CA. Inception cohort study of workers exposed to toluene diisocyanate (TDI) at a Polyurethane Foam Factory: Initial One Year Follow-up. Am J Ind Med 2014; 57:1207-15
- Redlich CA, Tarlo S. Longitudinal assessment of lung function decline in the occupational setting. Curr Opin Allergy Clin Immunol 2015; 15:145–149.
- Gulati M, Redlich CA Asbestosis and environmental causes of usual interstitial pneumonia, Curr Opin Pulm Med; 2015: 21:193-200.
- Lefkowitz RY, Slade MD, Redlich CA. Injury, iIlness and work restriction in merchant seafarers Am J Ind Med, 2015; 58:688-96.