David Goldade is Supervisory Chemist with the Analytical Chemistry program at the NWRC. His areas of interest and expertise include toxicology, chromatography, analytical chemistry, and method development, working with rodents, blackbirds, and brown tree snakes. His current research is focused on in-vitro testing of the mechanism of action for CPTH in birds and acetaminophen in brown tree snakes.
NWRC Research Area: Analytical Chemistry
In-vitro testing of the mechanism of action for CPTH in birds
M.S. Analytical Chemistry, University of Colorado
Goldade, D.A., R.S. Stahl, and J.J. Johnston. 2014. Determination of residue levels of alpha-chloralose in duck tissues. Human-Wildlife Interactions 8(1):123-129.
Werner, S.J., S.K.Tupper, S.E. Pettit, J.W. Ellis, J.C. Carlson, D.A. Goldade, N.M. Hofmann, H.J. Homan, and G.M. Linz. 2014. Application strategies for an anthraquinone-based repellent to protect oilseed sunflower crops from pest blackbirds. Crop Protection 59: 63-70.
Rattner, B.A., K.E. Horak, R.S. Lazarus, D.A. Goldade, and J.J. Johnston. 2014. Toxicokinetics and coagulopathy threshold of the rodenticide diphacinone in Eastern screech-owls (Megascops asio). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 33(1): 74-81. doi: 10.1002/etc.2390.
Goldade, D.A., J.M. Kemp, J.R. O'Hare, and L.A. Miller. 2013. Determination of an immunocontraceptive peptide in a wildlife vaccine formulation. Pages 149-158 in G. Cobb, editor. Evaluating Veterinary Pharmaceutical Behavior in the Environment. American Chemical Society. doi 10.1021/bk-2013-1126.ch006.