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Shannon McGinnis
Shannon McGinnis
Pennsylvania Department of Health
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Human Bacteroides and total coliforms as indicators of recent combined sewer overflows and rain events in urban creeks
S McGinnis, S Spencer, A Firnstahl, J Stokdyk, M Borchardt, DT McCarthy, ...
Science of the total environment 630, 967-976, 2018
532018
A systematic review: costing and financing of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in schools
SM McGinnis, T McKeon, R Desai, A Ejelonu, S Laskowski, HM Murphy
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (4), 442, 2017
522017
Septic systems and rainfall influence human fecal marker and indicator organism occurrence in private wells in southeastern Pennsylvania
HM Murphy, S McGinnis, R Blunt, J Stokdyk, J Wu, A Cagle, DM Denno, ...
Environmental science & technology 54 (6), 3159-3168, 2020
482020
Bacterial contamination on latrine surfaces in community and household latrines in Kathmandu, Nepal
S McGinnis, D Marini, P Amatya, HM Murphy
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (2), 257, 2019
152019
Comparing the awareness of and beliefs in sexually transmitted infections among university students in Madagascar and the United States of America
PR Reuter, S McGinnis, KE Reuter
PeerJ 6, e4362, 2018
142018
Assessing the risk of acute gastrointestinal illness (AGI) acquired through recreational exposure to combined sewer overflow-impacted waters in Philadelphia: a quantitative …
SM McGinnis, T Burch, HM Murphy
Microbial Risk Analysis 20, 100189, 2022
122022
Creating a community-based comprehensive intervention to improve asthma control in a low-income, low-resourced community
T Bryant-Stephens, C Kenyon, AJ Apter, C Wolk, YS Williams, R Localio, ...
Journal of Asthma 57 (8), 820-828, 2020
122020
Public health professionals’ perceptions of mental health services in Equatorial Guinea, Central-West Africa
PR Reuter, SM McGinnis, KE Reuter
The Pan African Medical Journal 25, 2016
122016
Suspected Legionella Transmission from a Single Donor to Two Lung Transplant Recipients — Pennsylvania, May 2022
S McGinnis, RJ Free, J Burnell, SV Basavaraju, T Kanaskie, EJ Hannapel, ...
MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep, 1001–1004, 2023
12023
Recreation, Rainfall, and Waterborne Disease: How Social, Environmental, and Climatic Factors Influence Waterborne Disease Risk in Areas Impacted by Combined Sewer Overflows
SM McGinnis
Temple University, 2020
12020
Understanding the problem and designing a comprehensive intervention to reduce asthma disparities
T Bryant-Stephens, C West, S McGinnis, M Gutierrez, R Beidas, C Kenyon, ...
A66. THE MANY FACES OF ASTHMA IN CHILDHOOD, A2234-A2234, 2017
12017
Two risk assessments: Evaluating the use of indicator HF183 Bacteroides versus pathogen measurements for modelling recreational illness risks in an urban watershed
K Skiendzielewski, T Burch, J Stokdyk, S McGinnis, S McLoughlin, ...
Water Research, 121852, 2024
2024
Multistate outbreak of turtle‐associated salmonellosis highlights ongoing challenges with the illegal sale and distribution of small turtles
K Nemechek, GS Stapleton, MA Waltenburg, MSF Low, L Gollarza, ...
Zoonoses and public health 70 (8), 684-691, 2023
2023
Proximity to Combined Sewer Overflow-Impacted Waters in Philadelphia: A Geographic Information Systems Study to Explore Environmental Injustice
SM McGinnis, AE Rudolph, DL Coffman, HM Murphy
Environmental Justice, 2023
2023
Impact of usership on bacterial contamination of public latrine surfaces in Kathmandu, Nepal
AL Mraz, SM McGinnis, D Marini, P Amatya, HM Murphy
PLOS Water 2 (2), e0000091, 2023
2023
Comparative Analysis of Salmonella Infantis Cases to Non-Infantis Salmonella Cases in Pennsylvania
B Peterson, M Ulfers, K Kline, S McGinnis
2021
Can Wastewater be Used to Improve our COVID-19 Surveillance Efforts?
S McGinnis, S Mclouglin, T Buturla, N D'Souza, J Logo, H Murphy
CommonHealth 1 (3), 141-147, 2020
2020
Assessing the risk of waterborne disease acquired through recreational exposure to CSO-impacted waters in Philadelphia: A Quantitative Microbial Risk Assessment (QMRA)
S McGinnis, H Murphy
APHA's 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo (Nov. 2-Nov. 6), 2019
2019
Are septic systems the source of human fecal contamination in private wells in rural Pennsylvania? A dye study
M Wamsley, S McGinnis, A Cagle, J Wu, R Blunt, S Spencer, A Firnstahl, ...
APHA's 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo (Nov. 2-Nov. 6), 2019
2019
Characterizing individuals at increased risk of exposure to combined sewer overflows-impacted waters through recreational activities in Philadelphia
S McGinnis, A Rudolph, H Murphy
APHA's 2019 Annual Meeting and Expo (Nov. 2-Nov. 6), 2019
2019
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