A Staunch Advocate
for Children’s HEALTH and
Jerome A. Paulson, MD is an internationally recognized expert on environmental issues and its impact on the health of children. He has more than 30 years of experience providing health care to children and dealing with environmental health issues.
A Staunch Advocate for Children’s HEALTH and the ENVIRONMENT
Jerome A. Paulson, MD is an internationally recognized expert on environmental issues and its impact on the health of children. He has more than 30 years of experience in the health care industry.
For environmental issues affecting children’s health, seek the professional advice of Jerome A. Paulson, MD. In addition to being a physician, Dr. Paulson hosts lectures and webinars as well as provide advice and expert witness services related to the topic.
Dr. Paulson has frequently testified before the Congress and participated in congressional briefings on environmental health issues. These include air and water pollution, lead poisoning, and unconventional gas extraction (fracking).
He advises health professionals, parents, lawyers, and others on various conditions like asthma as well as the following topics:
Dr. Paulson has lectured in multiple venues in the US and overseas on pediatric environmental health, including climate change, environmental health policy, and reform of the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), among other issues.
Jerome A. Paulson, MD is an expert when it comes to presenting topics related to the environment and its impact on children’s health. In addition to leading lectures for large audiences, small group discussions, and webinars, he assists in developing policy options associated with issues on the health of children and the environment at large.
If needed, Dr. Paulson provides expert witness and forensic consulting services to attorneys involved in litigation about the health effects of exposures to environmental hazards among children.
Paulson Publications: 2016–Present
Amoah, A. O., Witherspoon, N. O., Pérodin, J., & Paulson, J. A. (2016). Findings From a Pilot Environmental Health Intervention at Early Childhood Centers in the District of Columbia. Journal of Public Health, 38(3), e209–e217.
Fisk, W. J., Paulson, J. A., Kolbe, L. J., & Barnett, C. L. (2016). Significance of the School Physical Environment - A Commentary.
Linet, M. S., Kazzi, Z., & Paulson, J. A. (2018). Pediatric Considerations Before, During, and After Radiological or Nuclear Emergencies. Pediatrics, 142(6), e20183001.
Paulson, J. A., & Barnett, C. L. (2016). Public Health Stops at the School House Door. Environmental health perspectives, 124(10), A171–A175.
Paulson, J. A., & Brown, M. J. (2019). The CDC Blood Lead Reference Value for Children: Time for a Change. Environmental Health, 18(1), 16.
Tinney, V. A., Denton, J. M., Sciallo-Tyler, L., & Paulson, J. A. (2016). School Siting Near Industrial Chemical Facilities: Findings From the US Chemical Safety Board’s Investigation of the West Fertilizer Explosion. Environmental health perspectives, 124(10), 1493–1496.