Eva Shipp, PhD

Eva Shipp, PhD

Associate Professor

Epidemiology & Biostatistics
212 Adriance Lab Rd
1266 TAMU
College Station, TX   77843-1266

Phone: 979.436.9389
eshipp@sph.tamhsc.edu

Education and Training

PhD, Epidemiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, 2005

MS, Epidemiology, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, 2000

BA, Liberal Arts, The University of Texas at Austin, 1997

Research Interests

  • Injury Prevention
  • Occupational and Environmental Health of Migrant Farmworkers and Adolescent Workers
  • Back Injury
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Health Disparities
  • Epidemiologic Field Methods

Recent Publications

Whitwork KW, Shipp EM, Cooper SP, del Junco DJ. 2010.  A pilot study to examine symptoms of neurotoxicity and injury among adolescent farmworkers in Starr County, Texas.  Int J Occup Environ Health 16(2): 138-144.

Shah DJ, Shipp EM, Cooper SP, Huber JC, del Junco DJ, Rene AA, Moore JS. 2009.  Hand problems in migrant farmworkers.  J Agric Saf Health 15(2): 157-169.

Shipp EM, Cooper SP, del Junco DJ, Delclos GD, Burau KD, Tortolero SR. 2009.  Chronic back pain among migrant farmworker families from Starr County, TX.  J Agromedicine 14(1): 22-32.

Shipp EM, Cooper SP, del Junco DJ, Delclos GD, Burau KD, Tortolero SR. 2007.  Severe back pain among farmworker high school students from Starr County, Texas:  baseline results.  Ann Epidemiol. 17(2): 132-41.

Shipp EM, Cooper SP, del Junco DJ, Bolin JN, Whitworth RE, Cooper CJ. 2007.  Pesticide safety training among farmworker adolescents from Starr County, Texas.  J Agric Saf Health. 13(3): 311-321.

Shipp EM, Cooper SP, Donnelly KC, Nalbone T. 2006.  A feasibility study of the use of dust wipe samples to assess pesticide exposures in migrant farmworker families in the United States.  J Agromedicine. 11(3/4): 83-93.

Cooper CJ, Cooper SP, del Junco DJ, Shipp EM, Whitworth RE, Cooper SR. 2006.  Web data management for epidemiologic studies - a dynamic approach.  Epidemiol Perspect Innov. 3:1. (Highly accessed)

Burau KD, Shipp EM, Cooper SP, Frankowski R, McKinnon S, Walker KM. 2006.  Assessing the strategy of using mothers as proxy respondents for collecting occupational hazard, illness symptom, and injury data on migrant farmworker families. J Agromedicine.  11(1): 17-26.

Cooper SP, Burau KD, Frankowski R, Shipp EM, del Junco DJ, Whitworth RE, Sweeney AM, MacNaughton N, Weller NF, Hanis CL. 2006.  A cohort study of injuries in migrant farmworker families in South Texas.  Ann Epidemiol. 16(4): 313-320.

Cooper SR, Cooper SP, Felknor S, Santana V, Fischer F, Shipp EM, Evla-Acosta SM. 2005.  Commentary:  Non-traditional work factors in farmworker adolescent populations: implications for health research and interventions.  Public Health Rep. 120(6): 622-630.

Cooper SP, Weller NF, Fox EE, Cooper SR, Shipp EM. 2005.  Comparative description of migrant farmworkers vs. other students attending South Texas schools:  Demographic, academic, and health characteristics. Tex. Med. 101(8): 58-62.

Shipp EM, Tortolero S, Cooper SP, Weller N, Baumler E. 2005. Substance use and occupational injuries among high school students in South Texas. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 31(2): 253-265.

Shipp EM, Cooper SP, Burau KD, Bolin JN. 2005.  Pesticide safety training and access to field sanitation among migrant farmworker mothers from Starr County, TX. J Agric Saf Health. 11(1): 51-60.