David Eaton

Professor Emeritus, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences

Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
Box 353770
4225 Roosevelt Way NE #100
Seattle, WA 98105-6099

206-685-3785
deaton@uw.edu

Research Interests

Biochemical toxicology. Aflatoxin carcinogenesis. Glutathione-mediated biotransformation of toxic chemicals. Genetic susceptibility to environmental carcinogens. 'Gene-environment' interactions.

Education

PhD Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Kansas Medical Center, 1978

BSc Pre Medicine, Montana State University, 1974

In the News

Educators worry vaping is sneaking into Yakima Valley schools right under their noses
Yakima Herald, 10/29/2018

FDA intensifies crackdown on e-cigarette sales to teenagers
NPR, 09/12/2018

FDA intensifies crackdown on e-cigarette sales to teenagers.
NPR, 09/12/2018

Everything we know about e-cigarettes so far.
vice.com, 06/24/2018

Everything we know about e-cigarettes so far?
VICE, 06/24/2018

Vaping instead of smoking still exposes you to toxic metals like lead - here's how worried you should be
Business Insider, 02/23/2018

Report finds e-cigs may be harmful to teens, helpful for adults
UW School of Public Health News, 02/08/2018

ecigarettes may lead youth to start smoking regular cigarettes
www.aspph.org, 02/02/2018

Vaping can be addictive and may lure teenagers to smoking, science panel concludes
The New York Times, 01/23/2018

E-cigarettes likely encourage kids to try tobacco but may help adults quit
NPR, 01/23/2018