Evan Gallagher

Professor, Env. and Occ. Health Sciences


Box 357234
4225 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105-6099

206-616-4739
evang3@uw.edu

Research Interests

Aquatic toxicology. Drug metabolism. Species differences in susceptibility to toxicants. Pesticides. Superfund sites. Toxicogenomics. Toxicology. Genetic susceptibility to toxicants.

Education

PhD Biochemical Toxicology, Duke University, 1991

MEM Ecotoxicology and Environmental Chemistry, Duke University, 1986

BS Biology, Virginia Polytechnic Inst & State Univ, 1977

In the News

UW Study: Ocean acidification could kill salmon sense of smell
Seattle PI, 12/26/2018

Salmon may lose the ability to smell danger as carbon emissions rise
UW News, 12/18/2018

Smelly water: Fish losing their sense of smell
KING-5 News, 08/08/2018

Acidifying oceans killing fish's sense of smell, say scientists
KING 5, 08/08/2018

Emerging contaminants may affect Puget Sound chinook salmon, UW researchers find
SPH News, 04/23/2018

UW Superfund Program Receives $10 Million Award to Study Effects of Pollutants on Nervous System
SPH News, 08/15/2017

New method to study chemical exposure saves time, money
SPH News, 06/19/2017

Downstream effects of tossed meds, care products studied
UW Health Sciences NewsBeat, 10/15/2014

Close Up December 2012: Evan Gallagher
SPH News, 11/26/2012

Evan Gallagher examines the role of Omega-3 fatty acids in protecting our cells against potentially damaging chemicals
Sea Grant Sea Star, 06/16/2011