Dr. Gohlke is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences at Virginia Tech and a faculty fellow at the Virginia Tech Global Forum on Urban and Regional Resilience. She has served on several editorial and advisory boards related to environmental health issues. She served as an AAAS fellow in the U.S. Department of State Office of Global Change in 2009-2010. She has taught graduate level courses in Environmental Health and Risk Assessment.
Krometis, LH, JM Gohlke, K Kolivras, E Satterwhite, SW Marmagas, L Marr. 2017. Environmental Health Disparities in the Central Appalachian Region of the United States. Reviews in Environmental Health 32 (3), 253-266.
Tipre, MP, A Turner-Henson, HK Tiwari, J Gohlke, L Chen, M Leader, and N Sathiakumar. 2017. Post-Deepwater Horizon oil spill exposure patterns among children in Mobile County, Alabama. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 59 (10), 993-999.
Schwartz TSP, P PearsonU, J Dawson, DB Allison, JM Gohlke. (2016). Effects of fluctuating temperature and food availability on reproduction and lifespan.Experimental Gerontology 86: 62-72.
Bernhard, MC, ST Kent, MA Sloan, MB Evans, McClure LA, JM Gohlke. (2015). Measuring personal heat exposure in an urban and rural environment. Environmental Research 137: 410-418.
Kent ST, McClure LA, Zaitchik BF, Smith TT, & JM Gohlke. (2014). Heat Waves and Health Outcomes in Alabama (USA): The Importance of Heat Wave Definition. Environ Health Perspect. 122(2): 151-8
Smith, TT, BF Zaitchik, JM Gohlke. (2013). Heat waves in the United States: definitions, patterns and trends. Climatic Change 118 (3-4): 811-825.
Bernhard, MC, MB Evans, ST Kent, E Johnson, SL Threadgill, SB Tyson, SM Becker, JM Gohlke (2013). Identifying environmental health priorities in underserved populations: a study of rural versus urban communities. Public Health 127 (11): 994-1004.
Gohlke JM, R Thomas, A Woodward, D Campbell-Lendrum, A Prüss-Üstün, S Hales, CJ Portier (2011). Estimating the global health implications of electricity and coal consumption. Environ Health Perspect. 119(6): 821-6