Erin N. Haynes, DrPH
Assistant Professor
Director of the Clinical & Translational Research Training Program

University of Cincinnati College of Medicine
Kettering Building, Rm G32
513.558.5427 (phone)
513.558.4838 (fax)

Erin N. Haynes, DrPH

Dr. Haynes’ primary research interest is to examine the effect of low-level toxicant exposures on neurobehavioral outcomes. Specific research interests include evaluating biological and health outcomes in children resulting from exposure to multiple metals, such as lead and manganese, evaluating gene-environment interactions that may influence the neurobehavioral effect of metal exposure, and increasing public knowledge of environmental toxicants that threaten public health. She is currently working on an NIEHS-funded community-based participatory research R01 to study the neurobehavioral effects of metal exposure in two rural Appalachian communities: Marietta and Cambridge, Ohio. She is also leading an NIEHS R03 to further the partnership between the communities and the University of Cincinnati researchers.