June 21, 2012
-- Harriet Ammann, PhD, DABT is a legend in the IAQ world and our guest for this week. Dr. Ammann is currently Principal, Ammann Toxicology Consulting LLC; & an affiliate associate professor, School of Public Health and Community Medicine, University of Washington. Harriet M. Ammann has been a diplomat of the American Board of Toxicology since 1989. Up to 2006 Dr. Ammann was the Senior Toxicologist:
Air Quality Program, Washington State Department Ecology and prior to that she served as the Senior Toxicologist:
Office of Environmental Health Assessment Services, Washington State Department of Health. Before serving with the State of Washington, Dr. Ammann participated in the U.S. EPA's Hazardous Air Pollutants team that was developing guidance for non-cancer risk assessment.
Dr. Ammann served as vice-chair of the Bioaerosols Committee of the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH) from 1997-2003. She authored the chapter on Microbial VOCs in the ACGIH book, Bioaerosols, Assessment and Control, and contributed to several other book chapters. She also served as assistant editor to the book. Dr Ammann has co-authored and been a key influence in the development of countless publications widely used today by indoor environmental professionals. Don't miss this very important show as we interview one of today's industry pioneers!
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