Georgia K. Roberts, Ph.D.
Program Operations Branch
- Georgia K. Roberts, Ph.D.
- Tel 984-287-3176
- 530 Davis Dr
Durham, NC 27713
Georgia K. Roberts, Ph.D., is a health scientist in the Program Operations Branch in the Division of the National Toxicology Program (NTP). Roberts assists the administration and monitoring of contracts for toxicology and carcinogenicity studies as well as analyses of existing scientific literature. She helps to design, conduct, interpret, and report the toxicology and carcinogenicity studies, and also leads NTP studies of crumb rubber, metals, industrial chemicals, herbal dietary supplements, and other potentially harmful exposures in the environment.
Roberts received a B.S. in biological sciences from Florida State University in 2009 and a Ph.D. in toxicology from the University of Florida Veterinary School in 2014. Before joining the Program Operations Branch, she was an NIEHS postdoctoral intramural research and training award (IRTA) fellow in the general toxicology and cancer group of the NTP Toxicology Branch.
- Alalaiwe A, Roberts G, Carpinone P, Munson J, Roberts S. Influence of PEG Coating on the Oral Bioavailability of Gold Nanoparticles in Rats. Drug Delivery 1: 591-598. [Abstract]
- Roberts GK, Waidyanatha S, Kissling G, Fletcher BL, Silinski MAR, Fennell TR, Cunny HC, Robinson VG, Blystone CR. (2016). Exposure to Butyl Paraben during Gestation and Lactation in Harlan Sprague Dawley Rats via Dosed Feed. Toxicology Reports 3:774-783. [Full Text]
- Roberts GK, Stout MD, Sayers B, Hooth MJ. (2016). 14-Day Toxicity Studies of Tetravalent and Pentavalent Vanadium Compounds in Harlan Sprague Dawley Rats and B6C3F1/N Mice via Drinking Water. Toxicology Reports 3: 531-538. [Abstract]
- Hobson DW, Roberts SM, Shvedova AA, Warheit DB, Hinkley GK, Guy RC. (2016). Applied nanotoxicology. Int J Toxicol 35(1): 5-16. [Abstract]
- Austin C, Hinkley GK, AR Mishra, Zhang Q, Umbreit TH, Betz MW, Wildt BE, Casey BJ, Francke-Carroll S, Hussain SM, Roberts S, Brown KM, Goering PL. (2015). Distribution and accumulation of 10 nm silver nanoparticles in maternal tissues and visceral yolk sac of pregnant mice, and a potential effect on embryo growth. Nanotoxicology 10(6): 654-661. [Abstract]
- Hinkley GK, Carpinone PL, Munson JW, Powers KW, Roberts SM. (2015). Oral Absorption of PEG-Coated versus Uncoated Gold Nanospheres: Does Agglomeration Matter? Particle and Fibre Toxicology, 12(9): 1-12. [Abstract]
- Hinkley GK, Carpinone PL, Munson JW, Powers KW, Roberts SM. (2014). Differential Interferences with Clinical Chemistry Assays by Gold Nanorods and Gold and Silica Nanospheres. Nanotoxicology 9(1): 116-125. [Abstract]