Safety Consequences of Child Labor. He has also been a member of the NRC–IOM Panel on Musculoskeletal Disorders and Work, and the IOM committees to Review the Health Consequences of Service During the Persian Gulf War and to Review Gender Differences in Susceptibility to Environmental Factors. Currently he serves as chair of the NRC–IOM Committee on Review of National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Research Programs. He received his B.A. from Swarthmore College and his M.D. and M.Sc. from Harvard University and is board certified in preventive medicine (occupational medicine).
William B. Bunn III, is vice president of health, safety, security, and productivity at International Truck and Engine Corporation (formerly Navistar International) in Warrenville, IL. Previously, he was medical director and director of health care, workers’ compensation, disability, and safety for Navistar International, and prior to that was director of International Medical Services for Mobil Corporation. Dr. Bunn has an appointment as professor of clinical preventive medicine at Northwestern University School of Medicine. He received the Occupational and Environmental Education Foundation Award in 2003, the William S. Knudsen Award in 2002, and the Institute for Health and Productivity Management Corporate Health and Productivity Award in 2001. He chaired the NRC Committee on Department of Energy Radiation Epidemiological Research Programs, and has served on numerous advisory committees, including the Science Advisory Board of the Environmental Protection Agency, Board of Scientific Counselors of NIOSH, and Committee on Clinical Services. He is also a fellow board member and former officer of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. He received a J.D. and M.D. from Duke University and an M.P.H. from the University of North Carolina.
Carlos A. Camargo, Jr., is an associate professor of medicine and epidemiology at Harvard Medical School, an emergency physician at Massachusetts General Hospital and a research epidemiologist at the Channing Laboratory, Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. His research focuses on asthma and other respiratory/allergy problems in several large national cohorts (e.g., the Nurses’ Health Studies). He also chairs the Steering Committee of the Emergency Medicine Network (EMNet), a research collaboration involving 204 emergency departments. This network has completed numerous multicenter studies and randomized trials focusing on respiratory/allergy emergencies and public health issues. Dr. Camargo is past president of the American College of Epidemiology and served on the 2005 U.S. Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee and the National Institutes of Health’s National Asthma Education and Prevention Program’s Third Expert Panel (the group writing the national asthma guidelines). He has authored more than 350