Brian Jackson

Research Professor
Director, Trace Element Analysis Core

The broad theme of my research is the cycling of contaminant trace elements in the environment and the associated implications for human health.  In particular I specialize in arsenic and mercury biogeochemistry and on developing analytical coupled methods to probe the speciation and partitioning of trace elements in complex environmental and biological systems.  

6461272
221 Steele
HB 6105
Department(s): 
Earth Sciences
Education: 
BA Chemistry, Oriel College, Oxford University, 1989
Ph.D. Soil Science (Soil Chemistry), University of Georgia, USA, 1998

Selected Publications

Punshon, T., Jackson B.P. 2018. Essential micronutrient and toxic trace element concentrations in gluten containing and gluten-free foods. Food Chemistry, 252, 258-264.

Caito, S. W.; Jackson, B. P.; Punshon, T.; Scrimale, T.; Grier, A.; Gill, S. R.; Love, T. M.; Watson, G. E.; van Wijngaarden, E.; Rand, M. D. 2018. Variation in Methylmercury Metabolism and Elimination Status in Humans Following Fish Consumption. Toxicological Sciences, 161(2), 143-153

Punshon, T.; Jackson, B. P.; Meharg, A. A.; Warczack, T.; Scheckel, K.; Guerinot, M. L. 2017. Understanding arsenic dynamics in agronomic systems to predict and prevent uptake by crop plants. Science of The Total Environment 581, 209-220.

Cubadda, F.; Jackson, B. P.; Cottingham, K. L.; Van Horne, Y. O.; Kurzius-Spencer, M. 2017. Human exposure to dietary inorganic arsenic and other arsenic species: State of knowledge, gaps and uncertainties. Science of the Total Environment, 579, 1228-1239.

Rothenberg, S.; Jackson, B.; Carly, M. G.; Donohue, A.; Emmons, A., Co-exposure to methylmercury and inorganic arsenic in baby rice cereals and rice-containing teething biscuits. 2017. Environmental research, 159, 639.

Karagas, M. R.; Punshon, T.; Sayarath, V.; Jackson, B. P.; Folt, C. L.; Cottingham, K. L., Association of Rice and Rice-Product Consumption With Arsenic Exposure Early in Life. JAMA pediatrics 2016, 170, (6), 609-616.

Taylor, V. F.; Jackson, B. P., Concentrations and speciation of arsenic in New England seaweed species harvested for food and agriculture. Chemosphere 2016, 163, 6-13.

Jackson,B.P., Liba, A., Nelson, J. 2015. Advantages of reaction cell ICP-MS on doubly charged interferences for arsenic and selenium analysis in foods.  Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy.  (30), 1179-1183.

Jackson, BP, Punshon, T. 2015. Recent Advances in the Measurement of Arsenic, Cadmium, and Mercury in Rice and Other Foods. Current Environmental Health Reports, 2, 15-24.

Jackson, BP. 2015.  Fast Ion Chromatography-ICP-QQQ for arsenic speciation. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectroscopy.  30(6):1405-1407.

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