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Publications for Joshua P Rosenthal, PhD

The following publications are affiliated with Fogarty staff member Joshua P. Rosenthal, Ph.D., senior scientist with Fogarty's Division of International Epidemiology and Population Studies (DIEPS).

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  • Jessup, C., J. Balbus, C. Christian, E. Haque, S. Howe, S. Newton, B. Reid, L. Roberts, E. Wilhelm, J.P. Rosenthal. (2013) Climate change, human health and biomedical research: Analysis of the NIH research portfolio. Environmental Health Perspectives 121:399-403.

  • Rosenthal, J., C. Jessup, S. Felknor, M. Humble, F. Bader, K. Bridbord. (2012) International Environmental and Occupational Health: from individual scientists to networked science hubs. American Journal of Industrial Medicine Volume 55:12:1069–1077.

  • Gordon M. Cragg, Flora Katz, David J. Newman and Joshua Rosenthal. (2012) The impact of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity on Natural Products Research. Natural Product Reports Nat. Prod. Rep. 29, 1407-1423.

  • Cragg, G., F. Katz, D. Newman and J. Rosenthal (2012) Legal and Ethical issues involving marine biodiscovery and development. Ch. 27, p 1316-1340. In Fattorusso, E, Gerwick, W, Tagliatela-Scafati, O (Eds.). Handbook of Marine Natural Products. Springer, New York.

  • Glass, R., J. Rosenthal, C.M. Jessup, L. Birnbaum, C. Portier. (2009) Tackling the Research Challenges of Health and Climate Change. Perspectives: Correspondence. Environmental Health Perspectives. 117: A534-A535.

  • Rosenthal, J. and C.M. Jessup. (2009) Global climate change and health: developing a research agenda for the NIH. Trans Am Clin Climatol Assoc. 120:129-41.

  • Rosenthal, Joshua and Flora Katz. (2009) Plant-based research among the International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups. Pharmaceutical Biology 47:8: 783-787.

  • Gardner, P., A. Primack, J.P. Rosenthal, K. Bridbord (2008) Principles of building the global health workforce. In Mayer, KH and HF Pizer (eds.) The Social Ecology of Infectious Diseases. 488 pp. Academic Press. New York.

  • Rosenthal, J.P. (2007), Politics, Culture and Governance in the Development of Prior Informed Consent and Negotiated Agreements with Indigenous Communities. In: McManis, C. (ed.) Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Traditional Knowledge. 484 pp. Earthscan Ltd. London.

  • Chivian E., A. Bernstein and J. Rosenthal (2007) Biodiversity and biomedical research. In Chivian, E. and A. Bernstein (Eds) Sustaining life: how human health depends on biodiversity. Oxford Press, London.

  • Scheiner, S.M. and J.P. Rosenthal 2006 Ecology of infectious disease: forging an alliance. EcoHealth 3:204-208.

  • Glass, R., K. Bridbord, J. Rosenthal, L. Claudio. 2006 Guest Editorial: Global Perspective on Environmental Health. Environmental Health Perspectives 114: 8:A454-455.

  • Beattie, A.J.,W. Barthlott, E. Elisabetsky, R. Farrel, C. T. Kheng, I. Prance, J. Rosenthal, D. Simpson, R. Leakey, M. Wolfson, K. ten Kate. (2005) New Products and Industries from Biodiversity. In Hassan, R., R. Scholes, N. Ash. (eds) Ecosystems and Human Well-Being, Vol 1.Current State and Trends. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Island Press and

  • Rosenthal, Joshua P. (2006) Politics, culture and governance in the development of prior informed consent in indigenous communities. [With 10 commentaries and reply by author] Current Anthropology 47: 119-142.

  • Parkes, M. W., L. Bienen, J. Breilh, H. Lee-Nah, M. MacDonald, J. A. Patz, J.P. Rosenthal, M, Sahani, A. Sleigh, D. Walter-Toews, A Yassi. (2005). All hands on deck: transdisciplinary approaches to emerging infectious disease. EcoHealth 2(4): 258-272.

  • Beattie, A. J., C. T. Kheng, I. Prance, W. Barthlott, E. Elisabetsky, R. Farrel, Contributing authors, J. Rosenthal, D. Simpson, R. Leakey, M. Wolfson, and K. ten Kate. 2005. New products and industries from biodiversity, p. 271-296. Ecosystems and Human Well-Being, vol. 1 Current State and Trends. UNEP- Island Press.

  • Rosenthal, J.P. (2004) Deconstructing a research project. Review of When Nature Goes Public by Cory Hayden. European Molecular Biology Organization Reports.

  • Rosenthal, J.P. and F. Katz. (2003) Natural products research partnerships with multiple objectives in global biodiversity hotspots: nine years of the ICBG Program. In: Bull, Alan. (editor) Microbial Diversity and Bioprospecting, ASM Press.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. and T. Preszler (2002) Biodiversity in biomedical research. In: Aguirre, A. A., R. S. Ostfeld, C. A. House, G. M. Tabor and M. C. Pearl (eds.). 2001. Conservation Medicine: Ecological Health in Practice. Oxford University Press, New York.

  • Kotanen, J.P. and J.P. Rosenthal (2001) Tolerating herbivory: does the plant care if the animal has a backbone? Evolutionary Ecology 14: 537-549.

  • Dirzo, R., R. Lindigi, J. Rosenthal (2001) Plantas cultivadas y sus parientes silvestres: sistemas modelo para estudios de Ecologia Quimica. In: Anaya, A. (editor) Relaciones Quimicas entre Organismos: Aspectos Basicos y Perspectivas de su Aplicacion, Mexico D.F.

  • Joshua Rosenthal et al. (16 co-authors), (2000) Curtains fell on hopes of legal bioprospecting. Nature Magazine, [Correspondence] Feb. 2002.

  • Rosenthal J.P., D. Beck, A. Bhat, J. Biswas, L. Brady, K. Bridbord, S. Collins, G. Cragg, J. Edwards, A. Fairfield, M. Gottlieb, L. Gschwind, Y. Hallock, R. Hawks, R. Hegyeli, G. Johnson, G. Keusch, E. Lyons, R. Miller, J. Rodman, J. Roskoski, D. Siegel-Causey. (1999). Combining high-risk science with ambitious social and economic goals. Pharmaceutical Biology 37 (Supplement): 6-21.

  • Rosenthal, J.P. (editor) (1999) Drug Discovery, Economic Development and Conservation, Pharmaceutical Biology 37: Supplement.

  • Joshua Rosenthal (1999). At Issue: Is it economically viable to look for natural cures in rain forests? CQ Researcher (Congressional Quarterly) June 11, 1999. V 9, No. 22, P. 513 (Solicited Opinion).

  • Rosenthal, J. P. and R. Dirzo (1997) Effects of life history, domestication and agronomic selection on plant defense against insects: Evidence from maizes and wild relatives. Evolutionary Ecology 11: 337-355.

  • Grifo, F. and J. Rosenthal (editors) (1997) Biodiversity and Human Health. Island Press, 379 pp. Washington D.C.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. (1997) Pilot projects in biodiversity prospecting: the International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups. In: Timmermann, B. and G. Montenegro (eds.) Aspectos Ambientales, Eticos, Ideológicos y Políticos en el Debate sobre Bioprospeccion y Uso de Recursos Geneticos en Chile. Noticiero de Biologia 5:2:26-30. Santiago, Chile.

  • Rosenthal, J.P. (1997). Review of Plants, People and Culture by Michael J. Balick and Paul Alan Cox. Scientific American Press. Journal of Natural Products 60:428-429.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. (1997) Equitable sharing of biodiversity benefits: agreements on genetic resources. In: Investing in Biological Diversity - Proceedings of the International Conference on Biodiversity Incentive Measures. OECD Press, Paris.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. (1997) Integrating drug discovery, biodiversity conservation and economic development: early lessons from the International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups. In: Grifo, F. and J. Rosenthal (eds.) Biodiversity and Human Health, Island Press, Washington, D.C.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. and S. C. Welter (1995) Tolerance to herbivory by a stemboring caterpillar in architecturally distinct maizes and wild relatives. Oecologia 102:146-155.

  • Rosenthal, J. P. and P. Kotanen (1994) Terrestrial plant tolerance to herbivory. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 9: 145-148.

  • Peters, C. M., J. Rosenthal, and T. Urbina (1987) Otomi bark paper in Mexico: commercialization of a pre-hispanic technology. Economic Botany 41:423-432.

Updated November 2012