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Table Of Contents

List of Introductions

Introduction: Environmental Policy in the Age of Genomics
Part I: Environmental Policy Perspectives
Chapter 1. Toxicogenomics and Environmental Regulation
Chapter 2. Addressing Genomic Needs at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Chapter 3. Application of Genomics for Health and Environmental Safety of Chemicals: An Industry Perspective
Chapter 4. Toxicogenomics and the Public Interest: Technical and Sociopolitical Challenges
Part II: Legal Perspectives
Chapter 5. Challenges in Applying Toxicogenomic Data in Federal Regulatory Settings
Chapter 6. Genetic Data and Toxic Torts: Intimations of Statistical Reductionism
Chapter 7. Genomics and Environmental Justice: Some Preliminary Thoughts
Chapter 8. Setting Air Quality Standards in the Postgenomic Era
Part III: Occupational Health Perspectives
Chapter 9. Genetics and Workplace Issues
Chapter 10. Advances in Human Genome Epidemiology: Implications for Occupational Health and Disease Prevention
Chapter 11. Occupational Health and Discrimination Issues Raised by Toxicogenomics in the Workplace
Chapter 12. Genetic Susceptibility and Radiological Health and Safety
Part IV: Ethical and Philosophical Perspectives
Chapter 13. Conceptual and Normative Dimensions of Toxicogenomics
Chapter 14. Environmental Disease, Biomarkers, and the Precautionary Principle
Chapter 15. Rights and the Exceptionally Vulnerable
Chapter 16. (Almost) Equal Protection for Genetically Susceptible Subpopulations: A Hybrid Regulatory-Compensation Proposal
Chapter 17. Protecting People in Spite of—or Thanks to—the "Veil of Ignorance"
Appendix: Executive Summary of National Research Council Report, Applications of Toxicogenomic Technologies to Predictive Toxicology and Risk Assessment

Genomics and Environmental Regulation
Science, Ethics, and Law
Publication Date: 17 Nov 2008
Status: Available
Trim Size: 6" x 9"
Page Count: 392 pages
Illustrations: 8 line drawings
ISBN: 9780801895159