Human Exposure & Atmospheric Sciences Staff
Daniel M. Stout II
Title: Biological Scientist
EPA Division: Human Exposure and Atmospheric Sciences Division
EPA Branch: Exposure Measurements and Analysis Branch
Daniel’s research focuses on the behavior of pesticides, primarily insecticides, following their application in the residential environment and the development of measurement tools to determine the potential for human exposures. Emphasis is placed on advancing both measurement technology and analytical methodology to understand residential fate and transport issues as they relate to exposure and minimizing potential risks. In addition, Daniel’s work has contributed towards the national bed bug epidemic and associated misuse of pesticides in the residential environment as well as promoting the principal of pesticides safety and integrated pest management.
- Post-Doctoral Fellow, USEPA, ORD/NERL, RTP, NC, 2000
- Ph.D., Entomology, North Carolina State University, 1998
- M.S., Entomology, North Carolina State University, 1993
- B.S., General Agriculture, Mississippi State University, 1987
- Research Biologist, USEPA, ORD, NERL, RTP, NC 2000-present
- Environmental Health Scientist, USEPA, ORD, NERL, Postdoctoral Research Program, RTP, NC 1998-2000
Select Awards and Honors:
- USEPA NERL Special Achievement Award, 2009
- USEPA NERL Special Achievement Award, 2007
- USEPA Excellence Award, 2007
- USEPA ORD Honor (Bronze) Award, 2007
- NERL Excellence Award, 2006
- Stout D., Bradham K., Highsmith R., Jones P., Croghan C., Friedman W., Pinzer E., Ashley P., Brinkmann M. 2007. American healthy home survey: a national study of residential pesticides measured from floor wipes. ACS 233rd National Meeting, March 26-28, Chicago IL
- Stout D. 2007. Future growth of the ACS Agrochemical Division. ACS 234th National Meeting, August 19-23, Boston MA
- Morgan M, Stout D, and Egeghy P. 2007. The potential for human exposures to pet-borne diazinon residues following residential lawn applications. American Chemical Society National Meeting, Chicago, IL.
- Morgan M, Stout D, and Barr D. 2006. Pilot Study of The Potential for Human Exposures to Pet-borne Diazinon Residues Following Lawn Applications in North Carolina. International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology and Exposure, Paris, France.
- Stout D., Egeghy, P. 2005. Indoor air concentrations of organochlorine, organophosphate and pyrethroid pesticides in the U.S.: four studies, six states and twenty years. Dioxin 2005, 25th International Meeting, August 21-26, Toronto Canada.
- Stout D, Mason M. 2002. The distribution of chlorpyrifos following a crack and crevice application in the US EPA indoor air quality test house. Indoor Air 9th International Conference, June 30-July 5, Monterey CA
- Deziel, N. C.; S. M. Viet; J. W. Rogers; D. E. Camann; D. A. Marker; M. S. Heikkinen; A. Y. Yau; D. M. Stout; M. Dellarco. Comparison of Wipe Materials and Wetting Agents for Pesticide Residue Collection from Hard Surfaces. SCI. TOTAL ENVIRON. 409(20):4442-4448, (2011).
- Stout II, Daniel M.; Bradham, Karen D; Egeghy, Peter P.; Jones, Paul A.; Croghan, Carry W.; Ashley, Peter A.; Pinzer, Eugene; Friedman, Warren; Brinkman, Marielle C.; Nishioka, Marcia G.; Cox, David C. 2009 American Healthy Homes Survey: A national study of residential pesticides measured from floor wipes. Environ. Sci. Technol., 2009, 43 (12), pp 4294–4300.
- Starr, J.; Graham, S.; Stout II, D. M.; Andrews, K.; Nishioka, M. 2008 Pyrethroid pesticides and their metabolites in vacuum cleaner dust collected from homes and day-care centers Environmental Research, 108(3): 271-279.
- Morgan M, Stout D, Barr, D. 2008. Pilot study of the potential for human exposures to pet-borne diazinon residues following lawn applications in North Carolina. Environmental Research. 107: 336-342.
- Egeghy P, Sheldon L, Fortmann R, Stout D, Tulve N, Cohen Hubal E, Melnyk L, Morgan M., Jones P, Whitaker D., Croghan C., and Coan A. 2007. "Important exposure factors for children: an analysis of laboratory and observational field data characterizing cumulative exposure to pesticides." EPA 600/R-07/013.
- Stout II, D. M.; Mason, M.A. 2003 The distribution of chlorpyrifos following a crack and crevice type application in the US EPA indoor air quality research house. Atmospheric Environment, 37, 5539-5549.
Human Exposure & Atmospheric Sciences Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
US EPA Office of Research and Development
109 TW Alexander Drive
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709