Ph.D., Senior Research Scientist, Department of Environmental
Health, Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA: indoor
pollutant exposure assessment, health impacts, and control
Ph.D., RS, Director of Environmental Health Services,
Cincinnati Health Department, Adjunct
Associate Professor of Public Health, Dept Environ Health, University
M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Ohio: analysis of aeroallergens, clinical studies on
the assessment of occupational and environmental induced
respiratory disorders, including allergic asthma.
M.D., Professor of Internal Medicine, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio: allergology and respiratory
diseases, indoor air quality control, evaluation of surface
cleaning and air purifying technology.
Ph.D., The Jens Professor and Director, Environmental
Engineering Science Program, Washington University, St. Louis,
Missouri: ambient aerosol measurements and elemental analysis of
PM10 and PM2.5 fractions, environmental
Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Health, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio: leaded dust in indoor air, health
with airborne lead, environmental intervention.
Ginger L. Chew, Sc.D.,
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Atlanta,
Georgia: analysis of aeroallergens, exposure assessment.
Robin Dobson, Sc.D.,
Research Scientist, Silent Spring Institute, Newton, MA:
exposure assessment and indoor air pollution.
Edward Dreizin, Ph.D.,
Professor, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, New
Jersey: chemical engineering, powder technology,
nanomaterials, biodefense research.
Brett J. Green,
National Institute for
Occupational Safety and Health, CDC, Morgantown, West Virginia: analysis of
aeroallergens, allergen characterization, indoor air quality,
exposure assessment, recombinant protein and monoclonal antibody
Faye Grimsley, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Health
Sciences, School of Public Health, Tulane University, New
Orleans, Louisiana: sampling of biocontaminants, exposure
assessment, indoor air quality.
LiAnne Howard, MCP, Senior
Administrative Specialist, Cincinnati Health Department .
Camille Jones , M.D.,
Ph.D., Assistant Health Commissioner, Cincinnati Health
M.D., Professor, Division of Occupational Medicine,
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio: medical aspects of pulmonology
and human exposure to respirable, thoracic and inhalable aerosol particles.
Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Environmental
Sciences, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick, New
Jersey: aerosol exposure assessment, indoor air quality.
Roy McKay, Ph.D.,
Director, Occupational Pulmonary Services, Department of
Environmental Health, Univ.of Cincinnati, Cincinnati,
Ohio: respiratory protection, pulmonary toxicology.
Patric H. Ryan, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical
Center: environmental epidemiology.
Ken Sharkey, MPH, RS,
Senior Sanitarian, Cincinnati Health Department: public health.
Ph.D., Professor of Biostatistics & Epidemiology and Director
of the Center of Biostatistical Services, University of Cincinnati,
Cincinnati, Ohio: experimental design and biostatistics,
population-based field studies on health-related aerosols.
Henry B. Spitz, Ph. D., Professor, Director of Health
Physics Program, College of Engineering, University of
Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio: analysis of ambient aerosols.
Ph.D., US Environmental Protection Agency,
Cincinnati, Ohio: analysis of microorganisms, exposure
Ph.D., Professor, Division of Environmental
Genetics and Molecular Toxicology, University of Cincinnati, Ohio:
microbial pathogenesis and toxicogenomics.
E. Agranovski, Ph.D., Professor,
Faculty of Environmental Science, Griffith University, Brisbane,
Australia: aerosol sampling techniques, environmental
Cann, Ph.D., Professor, Department of
Occupational and Environmental Health, French School of Public
Health, Rennes, France: indoor microbial air quality, exposure
Rafal Gorny, M.D., Ph.D., Scientific Director,
Institute of Occupational Medicine and Environmental Health, Sosnowiec, Poland: environmental
microbiology, measurement and characterization
of health-relevant particulates.
Ph.D., Senior Researcher and Director of the Laboratory of
Environmental Microbiology, Department of Environmental Health,
National Institute for Health and Welfare, Kuopio, Finland:
Indoor air quality and microbial exposures.
Professor Head of Department, Department of Physics, Tampere
University of Technology, Tampere, Finland: aerosol measurement
Kimura, Ph.D., Director, Research and Development, Koken
Ltd., Tokyo, Japan: respiratory protection.
Martuzevicius, Ph.D., Head, Department of Environmental
Engineering, Kaunas University of Technology, Kaunas, Lithuania:
physical and chemical processes involving atmospheric aerosols,
ambient air monitoring, aerosol exposure assessment.
Ph.D., Head-Emeritus, Laboratory of Environmental Microbiology, National
Public Health Institute, Kuopio, Finland: assessment of
associated health effects in indoor air environments, microbial
ecology of fungi.
Ph.D., Research Director, Department of Environmental Sciences,
University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio Campus, Kuopio, Finland:
indoor environment, occupational health.
M.D., BioFact Environmental Health Research Center, Lerum,
Sweden: environmental and occupational health.
Ph.D., Research Scientist, Laboratoire de Metrologie des
Aerosols, French National Institute of Occupational Health (INRS),
Nancy, France: evaluation of personal and stationary aerosol
sampling methods for enumerating inhalable particles in
occupational environments; nanotechnology.