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Search Program Faculty/Research

Michael A. Charlton, Ph.D. CHP, CIH, CSP, CHMM, CFI

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RESEARCH

Dr. Michael Charlton is the director for Environmental Health and Safety at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. He holds a bachelor's degree in physics and a master's degree in health physics from Texas A&M University and a masters of public health from the University of Texas School of Public Health. 

He recently completed a Ph.D. in health physics at Texas A&M University. He is board certified in health physics (CHP), industrial hygiene (CIH), occupational safety (CSP), fire safety (CFI), and hazardous waste management (CHMM). He has authored several environmental health and safety publications and given numerous local and national presentations.

Selected Publications

Emery RJ. Orders AB. Charlton MATexas dental x-ray compliance. An analysis of trends for the purposes of education and prevention.[Journal Article] Texas Dental Journal. 119(9):916-21, 2002 Sep.

Emery RJ. Orders AB. McCrary JR. Charlton MA. An evaluation and comparison of compliance inspection outcomes data for radiation protection programs in Maine and Texas. [Comparative Study. Journal Article] Health Physics. 82(3):395-9, 2002 Mar.

Emery RJ. Orders AB. Charlton MAPiloting a new radiation protection program strategy: rewarding compliance rather than sanctioning non-compliance. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 82(2 Suppl):S18-22, 2002 Feb.

Charlton MA. Emery RJ. An analysis of reported incidents involving radiopharmaceuticals for the development of intervention strategies. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 81(5):585-91, 2001 Nov.

Emery RJ. Charlton MA. Orders AB. Hernandez M. Using fault tree analysis to identify causes of non-compliance: enhancing violation outcome data for the purposes of education and prevention. [Journal Article. Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't. Research Support, U.S. Gov't, P.H.S.] Health Physics. 80(2 Suppl):S16-21, 2001 Feb.

Emery RJ. Hopkins JR. Charlton MAAnticipating and addressing workplace static magnetic field effects at levels <0.5 mT. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 79(5 Suppl):S72-6, 2000 Nov.

Costello RG. Emery RJ. Pakala RB. Charlton MARadioactive waste minimization implications of clinically-indicated exsanguination procedures. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 79(3):291-3, 2000 Sep.

Emery RJ. Charlton MA. Mathis JL. Estimating the administrative cost of regulatory noncompliance: a pilot method for quantifying the value of prevention. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 78(5 Suppl):S40-7, 2000 May.

Emery RJ. Charlton MA. Goodman GR. Radiation safety program outcomes as indicated by regulatory compliance activities from 1988 to 1997 in Texas. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 78(3):335-42, 2000 Mar.

Emery RJ. Pollock JJ. Charlton MANotices of violation issued to Texas radioactive material licensees inspected in 1995. [Journal Article] Health Physics. 73(4):706-9, 1997 Oct.

Director, Environmental Health and Safety

Education

Ph.D., Health Physics,  Texas A&M University, 2001

MPH, Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene, University of Texas School of Public Health, 1999

M.S., Health Physics, Texas A&M University, 1995

B.A., Health Physics, Texas A&M University

Contact

Email: charlton@uthscsa.edu

Phone: (210) 567-2955

Graduate Students

Jennifer Watson, Laura Strban