General Practitioners, Obstetrician & Gynecologist (OB/GYN)
32 years of experience

South Boulevard - Park Row
2922 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd
Dallas, TX 75215
214-426-3645
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Education ?

Medical School Score Rankings
University of Iowa (1978)
  • Currently 4 of 4 apples
Top 25%

Affiliations ?

Dr. Glaze is affiliated with 2 hospitals.

Hospital Affilations

Score

Rankings

  • Parkland Health & Hospital System
    5201 Harry Hines Blvd, Dallas, TX 75235
    • Currently 1 of 4 crosses
  • Methodist Hospitals Of Dallas
  • Publications & Research

    Dr. Glaze has contributed to 12 publications.
    Title Ethics and Sustainability.
    Date February 2003
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title The Fires of War.
    Date February 2003
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title Being Cautious.
    Date November 2002
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title The Loss of Innocence.
    Date April 2002
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title Hyperdisciplinarity and Environmental Studies.
    Date April 2002
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title The Human Footprint.
    Date December 2001
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title What is Environmental Research?
    Date October 2001
    Journal Environmental Science & Technology
    Title Determining Health Risks Associated with Disinfectants and Disinfection By-products: Research Needs.
    Date October 1995
    Journal Journal - American Water Works Association
    Excerpt

    In order to minimize the levels of potentially toxic disinfectants and disinfection by-products in treated water while maintaining adequate protection against microbiological contamination, the total risks associated with disinfection have to be measured and compared with the risks from microbial agents. Because much work has already been carried out on chlorination and its by-products, it is recommended that research focus on major disinfection alternatives, i.e., ozonation, chloramination, carbon dioxidation, and the most practical combinations of these options. The primary research needs are (1) assessment of the relative toxicological hazards of the disinfectants and their by-products and (2) development of biologically based models for the dose-response relationships of these chemicals.

    Title Analysis of Ozonation By-products Produced in Drinking Water Treatment.
    Date March 1992
    Journal Toxicology and Industrial Health
    Title Reaction Products of Ozone: a Review.
    Date April 1987
    Journal Environmental Health Perspectives
    Excerpt

    The reaction products of ozone that form during the oxidation of compounds found in aqueous media are reviewed. Reaction products of ozone are well documented only for a limited number of substrates, and mechanistic information is quite rare. Decomposition of ozone during its reactions, sometimes induced by matrix impurities or by the by-products of the reactions, will generate highly reactive hydroxyl radicals. Thus, even reactions occurring at pH less than 7 may have radical character. More complete destruction of organic substrates may be enhanced by using catalysts, such as ultraviolet radiation or hydrogen peroxide, to accelerate radical formation. However, complete mineralization is generally not practical economically, so partially oxidized by-products can be expected under typical treatment conditions. Ozone by-products tend to be oxygenated compounds that are usually, but not always, more biodegradable and less toxic than xenobiotic precursors. Of particular interest are hydroperoxide by-products, which may have escaped detection because of their lability, and unsaturated aldehydes. Inorganic by-products tend to be in high oxidation states, which in some cases (e.g., some metallic elements) may lead to enhanced removal by flocculation and sedimentation. In other cases oxidation may lead to formation of reactive species such as hypobromous acid from bromide ion or permanganate from manganous ion. In general, more research is required before a valid assessment of the risks of ozone by-products can be made.

    Title Chlorinated Tyrosine in Municipal Waste Treatment Plant Products After Superchlorination.
    Date October 1978
    Journal Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology
    Excerpt

    Previous work has shown that 3, 5-dibromotyrosine acts as a thyroxine production/secretion inhibitor which may imply a similar response to chlorotyrosine derivatives. Chloro- and dichlorotyrosine have been produced in the laboratory by the action of aqueous chlorine upon tyrosine at low pH, and have been found in the effluent from superchlorination facilities in use at three municipal waste treatment plants. The extent to which these and other possible chlorinated amino acids occur in superchlorinated waste products, and their fate in receiving streams is not known, and is under investigation by this laboratory.

    Title Analysis of Organic Materials in Wastewater Effluents After Chlorination.
    Date February 1974
    Journal Journal of Chromatographic Science

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