As a Lecturer, research is not normally one of Dave's responsibilities. His previous research involved exposure monitoring, respiratory protection and heat stress.
Jon Snell, Dean R.Lillquist, Cynthia Lewis-Younger and David O. Wallace. 2000. Exposure at Home to Airborne Concentrations of Nitrogen Mustard During Topical Application for the Treatment of Mycosis fungoides: A Case Sudy. Dermatology .
S. Jakob Clapham, Dale J. Stephenson, David O. Wallace, Dean R. Lillquist, and Anthony J. Suruda . 2000. Comparison of N95 Disposable Filtering Facepiece Fits Using Bitrex Qualitative and TSI Portacount® Quantitative Fit Testing. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health .
Anthony Suruda and David Wallace . 1996. Fatal work-related injuries in the U.S. chemical industry 1984-89. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health .
Dean R. Lillquist, Jeffery S. Lee, and David O. Wallace. 1996. Pressure Correction is Not Required for Particulate Matter Sampling. Journal of Air & Waste Management Association.
Anthony Suruda, MD, MPH; David Wallace, MSPH, CIH; and Royce Moser Jr., MD, MPH. 1994. Epitomes - Occupational Medicine: Tuberculosis and the Need for Respiratory Protection for Health Care Workers. Western Journal of Medicine.
Dave teaches PUBH 3310, Occupational Health and Safety; PUBH 4000, Public Health Field Experience; PUBH 4300, Industrial Hygiene Seminar; PUBH 4310, Industrial Hygiene Hazard Recognition; PUBH 4320, Industrial Hygiene Chemical Hazard Evaluation, PUBH 4380, Industrial Hygiene Internship; and PUBH 4410, Industrial Safety. He is the academic advisor for students majoring in public health and he also teaches EPA approved asbestos courses.