Alberto José de Araujo, M.D., MS.c.

Dr. Alberto José Araujo, a medical doctor, is currently the coordinator of the Occupational Medicine Program and of the Tobacco Treatment, Prevention & Research Nucleus, both of the University Hospital Clementino Fraga Filho – UFRJ (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro). He has conducted Mount Sinai sponsored research on the respiratory health of quarry workers and on predictors of occupational risks to pesticide exposure in urban applicators. Dr. Araujo's research interests also include lung diseases and tobacco policy.

Partial Bibliography

Araujo, A.J. et al, 2000, "Meio Ambiente, Saúde e Trabalho", CUT-RJ, Comissão de Meio Ambiente.Book 1a Ed. Rio de Janeiro.*

Lima, JL, Moreira JC, Jacob, SC, Araújo, AJ et al, 2003, Riscos coletivos e impactos do uso de agrotóxicos sobre a saúde humana e ambiental: um estudo piloto de saúde ocupacional. Revista Meio Ambiente e Desenvolvimento, Universidade Federal do Paraná, In Press.

Araujo, AJ, 2003. Assédio Moral no Trabalho. Revista Proteção vol. 138, Junho. In Press.

Araujo, AJ, Markowitz, S, Lemle, A., Godbold, J, Castro, H, Cosenza, C, Lapa e Silva, JR, 2003, Silicosis in quarry workers: A Relationship to Smoking, Exposure time and Workplace. (to be submitted)

Araujo, AJ, Lemle, A, Markowitz, S, Godbold, J, Miller, A, Correa, LC, Cosenza, C, Lapa e Silva, JR, 2003, Lung Function among quarry workers: relationship to smoking, exposure, radiographic silicosis and respiratory morbidity. (to be submitted)