Dave Stone

Dr. Dave Stone, Associate Professor & Director of the Food Innovation Center
Food Science and Technology
Assoc. Professor & Director-Food Innovation Center
Biography: 

Education
B.S. - 1994 University of Texas at Austin, Zoology
M.S. - 1996 University of North Texas, Environmental Sciences
Ph.D. - 2001 Oregon State University, Toxicology

Professional Activities
Institute of Food Technologists, Society of Toxicology

Faculty
Research Interests: 

General interests include food safety and public health, development of value-added products in agriculture and engagement with under-represented communities in the food sector. Specific research interests include the assessment of biotoxins and metals in marine and freshwater organisms.
I also direct a talented team at the Food Innovation Center (FIC), where we work with clients to advance Northwest foods.

Spotlight: 

Representative Publications
J. G. Teeguarden, Tan, Y. - M., Edwards, S. W., Leonard, J. A., Anderson, K. A., Corley, R. A., Kile, M. L., Simonich, S. L. M., Stone, D., Tanguay, R. L., Waters, K. M.,Harper, S. L., and Williams, D. E., Completing the Link between Exposure Science and Toxicology for Improved Environmental Health Decision Making: The Aggregate Exposure Pathway FrameworkEnvironmental Science & Technology, 2016.

O. Motorykin, ii, Schrlau, J., Jia, Y., Harper, B., Harris, S., Harding, A., Stone, D., Kile, M., Sudakin, D., and Simonich, S. L. M., Determination of parent and hydroxy PAHs in personal PM2.5 and urine samples collected during Native American fish smoking activitiesScience of The Total Environment, vol. 505, pp. 694 - 703, 2015.

A. K. Harding, Stone, D., Cardenas, A., and Lesser, V., Risk behaviors and self-reported illnesses among Pacific Northwest surfersJournal of Water and Health, vol. 13, no. 1, p. 230, 2015.

D. Stone, Cannabis, pesticides and conflicting laws: The dilemma for legalized States and implications for public healthRegulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, vol. 69, no. 3, pp. 284 - 288, 2014.

D. Stone and Buhl, K. J., Notes from the Field: Acute Illness Associated with Use of Pest Strips — Seven U.S. States and Canada, 2000–2013, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014.

K. J. Buhl, Berman, F. W., and Stone, D., Reports of metaldehyde and iron phosphate exposures in animals and characterization of suspected iron toxicosis in dogsJournal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, vol. 242, no. 9, pp. 1244 - 1248, 2013.

N. D. Forsberg, Stone, D., Harding, A., Harper, B., Harris, S., Matzke, M. M., Cardenas, A., Waters, K. M., and Anderson, K. A., Effect of Native American Fish Smoking Methods on Dietary Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Possible Risks to Human HealthJournal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, vol. 60, no. 27, pp. 6899 - 6906, 2012.

A. Harding, Harper, B., Stone, D., O'Neill, C., Berger, P., Harris, S., and Donatuto, J., Conducting research with tribal communities: sovereignty, ethics and data-sharing issuesEnvironmental Health Perspectives, September, pp. 11–24, 2011.

Y. Jia, Stone, D., Wang, W., Schrlau, J., Tao, S., and Simonich, S. L. M., Estimated reduction in cancer risk due to PAH exposures if source control measures during the 2008 Beijing Olympics were sustainedEnvironmental health perspectives, vol. 119, p. 815, 2011.

D. L. Sudakin, Stone, D., and Power, L., Naphthalene mothballs: emerging and recurring issues and their relevance to environmental health,Current topics in toxicology, vol. 7, p. 13, 2011.

Food Innovation Center
1207 NW Naito Parkway, Suite 154
Portland
OR
97209
Office Phone: 
503-872-6656
Fax: 
503-872-6648