When Dr. Hammock was elected to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in 1999, he was cited for his pioneering work in using immunochemistry to analyze and monitor human exposure to environmental chemicals
Source: Hammock, B.D. and R.O. Mumma. 1980. Potential of immunochemical technology for pesticide analysis. In: Pesticide Analytical Methodology, (Harvey, J., Jr. and G. Zweig, eds.), pp. 321-352, ACS Symposium Series, ACS Publications, Washington, D. C.