Titular member, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemists (IUPAC) - Division of Chemistry and the Environment
Member of The Society of General Microbiology
Member of The Society for Applied Microbiology
Member of The International Association on Water Quality
Member, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemists (IUPAC) - Subcommittee on Chemistry of Environmental Compartments
Executive Member, Committee of Heads of Environmental Science (CHES)
Member of the Institute of Learning and Teaching.
Soonthornchaikul N, Garelick H, Jones H, Jacobs J, Ball D and Choudhury M. (2006). Resistance to three antimicrobial agents of Campylobacter isolated from intensively and organically reared chickens purchased from retail outlets. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents 27:125-130
Sneddon R, Garelick H, Valsami-Jones E. (2005). Arsenic (V) removal from aqueous solutions by hydroxylapatite bone char. Mineralogical Magazine 69(5):769-780.
Garelick H, Dybowska A, Valsami-Jones E and Priest N. (2005). Remediation Technologies for Arsenic Contaminated Drinking Waters. Journal of Soils Sediments. 5 (3):182-190
Garelick H, Bollinger JC, Caussy DH, Dybowska A, Ellis JB, Feldman J, Jones H, Khoda B, Priest N, Shevah Y, Valsami-Jones E, Visoottiviseth P. (2005). Remediation technologies for the removal of arsenic from water and wastewater. Presented at the IUPAC General Assembly. August 2005, Beijing, China.
Omari K, Revitt M, Shutes B and Garelick H. (2003). Hydrocarbon removal in an experimental gravel bed constructed wetland. Water Science and Technology. 48(5):275-281
Egli H, Dassenakis M, Garelick H, van Grieken R, Peijnenburg WJGM, Klasinc L, Kouml;rdel W, Priest N, Tavares T. (2003). Minimum requirements for reporting analytical data for environmental samples. Pure and Applied Chemistry. 75(8):1097-1106
Garelick H, Danvers J, Fedarb S. (2000). The efficacy of water disinfection tablets available for travellers. Issues in Health and Environment. 1(2): 30-41
Amoroacute;s I, Connon R, Garelick H, Alonso JL, Carrasco JM. (2000). An Assessment of the Toxicity of Some Pesticides and Their Metabolites Affecting A Natural Aquatic Environment Using the Microtox System. Water Science Technology. 42 (1-2):19-24
Learning & Teaching Interests
Water and wastewater treatment
Research Outputs & Interests
Health and hygiene aspects of water and sanitation systems
Isolation and identification of viruses and bacterial indicators from water and wastewater.
Health aspects of chemical and microbial pollution (e.g. the fate of antibiotic resistant microorganisms in the environment and in food)
Bioremediation options and solutions for environmental pollution (e.g. the role of biofilms in the remediation of hydrocarbon pollution)
Remediation technologies for the removal of arsenic from water and wastewater (e.g. the use of hydroxylapatite and bone-char for arsenic remediation)
Enzymatic degradation of prion proteins by proteolytic microorganisms isolated from activated sludge.
Antibiotic-resistance in Campylobacters isolated from chicken raised on both intensive and organic farms and the associated risks to human health
The abundance of antibiotic resistance in indicator Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria in wastewater effluent and natural waters
The use of immunoassays in environmental virology
The development of an inactivated hepatitis A vaccine
The seroepidemiology of the measles vaccination