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Appendix B: Exposure Assessment Workshop Participants and Presentations1 WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS GERALD AK~ND, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency HARVEY CHECKOWAY, University of Washington MARIA COSTANTINI, Health Effects Institute ALISON DORRIES, Health Effects Institute WILLIAM E. DUNN, University of Illinois RICHARD FENSKE, Rutgers University JOHN E. FRANKE, Peterson Associates RICHARD GERBER, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry WALTER JOHN, California Department of Health Services GRAHAM KALTON, University of Michigan JUDITH KLOTZ, New Jersey Department of Health GERARD LANIAK, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency JEFFREY D. LASKIN, UMDNJ Robert Wood Johnson Medical School MICHAEL LEBOW1TZ, University of Arizona WAYNE OTI, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency DALE PAHL, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency PETER ROMBOUT, National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection, Bilthoven, Netherlands JOHN SCHAUM, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency PAUL SCHULTE, National Occupational Safety and Health LINDA SHELDON, Research Triangle Institute ROBERT SPEAR, University of California at Berkeley JOHN D. SPENGLER, Harvard School of Public Health 1The workshop was held on October 19 and 20, 1988, at the Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut. 317

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318 ASSESSING HUMAN EXPOSURE JAN STOLWUK, Yale University School of Medicme BRUCE STUART, Arthur D. Little, Inc. GREG TRAYNOR, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory TUAN VO-DINH, Oak Ridge National Laboratory PAUL WHITE, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency MARSHA WILLIAMS, Brown~ng-Perris Industries JANICE YAGER, University of California at Berkeley TERRY YOSIE, American Petroleum Institute CARRY YOUNG, Electric Power Research Institute JAY ZEMEL, University of Pennsylvania WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS Session I: Application of Methodology in Assessing Human Exposure to Air Contaminants Environmental Epide~niolo~y, Harvey Checkoway Risk Assessment, Peter Rombout Risk Management, Marsha Williams EPA Risk Assessment, Peter Preuss Session II: Biomarkers of Exposure Pharmokinetics, Bruce Stuart Analytical Techniques, Jeffrey Laskin Applications, Janice Yager Session III: Modeling Stochastic, William Dunn Indoor Sources, John Franke Vetttilation/Circulation, Robert Spear Concentration Distribution, Greg Traynor Exposure Models, Gerard Laniak

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APPENDIX B 319 Session IV: Measurement Techniques Volatile Organic Compounds, Linda Sheldon Solid State Sensors, Jay Zemel Luminescence and Raman Techniques, Tuan Vo-D~nh Particles, Walter John Session V: r~me-Activity Patterns and Questionnaires Inputs to Models, Wayne Ott Questionnaire Design, Michael Lebowitz Activity Paffems, John Spengler Survey and Research Design Issues, Graham Kalton

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