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BIOGRAPHIC S~TC~S 0F =~ITEE WARS Donald J. Ecobichon is a Professor of Pharmacology at McGill University, Montreal, Quebec. He received a B.Sc.Phe. in 1960, an Il.A. in 196;2, and a Ph.D. in pharmacology in 1964 from the University of Toronto. Dr. Ecobichon'a research has focuses on the toxicology of chlorinated hydrocarbon. and organophosphorus insecticides and drug hydrolysis by tissue esterases of various mammal fan species. Dr. Ecobichon' s professional af f it iatione include the Soc iety of Toxicology, the Pharmacology Society of Canada, and the New York Academy of Sciences. David W. Gaylor is Director of the Division of Biometry of the National Center f or Toxicological Research, Jef ferson, ArKaneas. He received a B.S. in 1951 and an M.S. in 1953 from Iowa State University and a Ph.D. in statistics in 1960 from North Carolina State University. He holds a concurrent position as Adjunct Professor at the University of Arkansas Medical School. Dr. Gaylor is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association and a member of the Biometry Society. He is an expert in statistical design and analysis of experiment ~ and in bias tatis tics . Peter Greenwald is Director of Resources, Centers, and Community Activities of the National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland. He received an M.D. in 1961 from the State University of New Yorlt at Syracuse and an M.P.~1. in 1967 and a Dr.P.lI. in 1974 from Leveed University. Dr. Greenwald is board-certified in medicine and preventive medicine. He has serves as Director of the Cancer Control Bureau of the New York State Department of Health. Dr. Greenwald is an expert in epidemiology. Ian T. Higgins is Professor of Epidemiology and Professor of Environmenta1 and Industris1 Health at the University of Ilichigan School of Public Health, Ann Arbor. He received a B.S. in 1946 and Il. S . in 1951 from the University of London. Dr. Iliggins has served on a nether of committees of the National Research Council and is member of various professione1 societies, including the American Epidemiology Society and the Britieb Tborecic Society. }Is is an expert in the epidemiology of chronic diseases, particularly pne~oconiosis and chronic reepiratory diseases. Wendel 1 W. ICilgore is Professor of Environ~nta1 Toxicology at the Uni~reraity of California, Davis. ~ is ~ forcer chai~n of the department and director of the Food Protection ant Toxicology Center. Dr. Kilgore received an A.B. in 1951 and a Ph.D. za microbiology in 1959 from the Uni~reraity of California. "ong his affiliations are the American Society of Microbiology and the Society of Toxicology. Ilis research has focuses on insect and microbis1 biochemistry and the mechanism of action of pesticides.

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Leonard T. Kurland is Professor of Epidemiology at Mayo Graduate School of Medicine and Chairman of the Department of Epidemiology and Medical seatistice at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota. Ile received a B.A. in 1942 and a Dr.P.ll. in 1951 from Johns Ilopkins University, an M.D. from the University of Maryland in 1945, sad an M.P.~. from Harvard University in 1948. Dr. Kurland is a past president of the American Epidemiology Society, and his professional af f it iations include the American Neurological Assoc Cation, the American Public Health Asociation, and the American Society of Human Genetics. He is an expert in medical record systems and the epidemiology of chronic disease and huff genetics as applies to neural ogy . Howard I. Maibach is Professor of Dermatology at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine. He received an A.B. in 1950 and an M.D. in 1955 from Tulane University. Dr. Maibach is a diplomats of the American Board of Dermatology. Among his affiliations are the Society of Investigative Dermatology, the A - erican Academy of Dermatology, and the American Federation of C1 inical Research. Dr. Maibach is an expert in the biologic ef fects o f delta 1 exposure t o chemical ~ . 11. George Mandel is Professor sat Chairman of the Department of Pharmacology at the George Washington University School of Medicine, Washington, D.C. He received a B.S. in 1944 ant a Ph.D. in organic chemistry in 1949 from Yale University. He has served in a variety of concurrent position. for a number of universities and organizations both in the United States and abroad, including the National Cancer Institute, the Veterans' Administration, and the American Cancer Society. Dr. Handed is a past president of the American Society of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics and a member of the American Association of Cancer Research and the American Society of Biological Chemistry. His research has been devoted to drug metabolism and the mechanisms of action of anticancer drugs. Roger 0. McClellan is Director and Toxicologist of tbe Inhalation Toxicology Reacarch l~atitute, Lo~clace Biomedical ant En~riro~ental B.esearch Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Dr. McClellan received D.tI.~. in 1960 fro. Washington State Uni~reraity, is a diplomats of the A - erican Board of Veterinary Toxicology, and is certified by the African Board of Toxicology,. Dr. IlcClellan is an expert in the metabolism and toxicity of inhales ~teriale, especially matcriale released from the use of different energy techoologice. Ile has served on nt~m^roue go~rerDaent committees dealing with radiation protection and enviro~ente1 besith, including those of the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Institutes of Health. Dr. lIcClellan's profcesione1 affiliation. include the Society of Toxicology, the American College of Veterinary Toxicology, the Radiation Research Society, the Health Physice Society, and the Society of Rialt Analysise - 74

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Joseph V. Rodricke is a principe1 in Environ Corporatioc, Washington, D.C. He has been Deputy Associate Commissioner for Health Affairs at the Food and Drug Administration. Dr. Rodricke received a B.S. in 1960 from HIT and a Ph.D. in chemistry in 1968 from the University of Maryland. Dr. Rodricke is an expert in environmental health, focusing on measurement of rifles in humane from exposure to toxic subetances. "ong his professional affiliations are the Society of Risk Analysis and the American College of Toxicology. He is also on the Board of Directors of the Academy o f Toxicological Sc fences . Ronald C. Shank is Associate Professor of Toxicology and Director of the Program on Enviro~catal Toxicology at the University of California, Irvine. Dr. Shank received an Sc.B. in 1959, an Sc.M. in 1961, and a Ph.D. in nutrition and biochemistry in 1964 from HIT. Dr. Shank has served as Director of the MIT Itycotoxin Research Project in Southeast Asia. Dr. Shank's research has been devoted to the alkylation of nucleic acids and proteins from exposure to toxic subetances sad the toxicology of foodborne substances. file is a member of the Society of Toxicology. Edward A. Smuckler is Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pathology at the University of California, San Frencisco, School of Medicine. He received an A.B. in 1952 from Dartmouth College, an M.D. in 1956 from Tufts Uni~reraity, ant a Ph.D. in pathology in 1963 from the University of Washington. Dr. Smucl~ler is a member of various professional societies, including the American Society of Experimente1 Pathology, the American Society of Pathology ant Bacteriology, and the Society of Toxicology. He is an expert in cellular alterations from exposure to toxic substances and has seared on several government advisory co~tCces on en~riro~ental-health matters. Robert Snyder is Professor and Chaired of the Department of Pba~cology at Rutgers Uni~reraity School of Pharmacy and Director of the Toxicology Promise at Rutgere University, Piscataway, New Jersey. He received ~ 8.S. in 1957 from Queens College and ~ Ph.D. in biochemistry in 1961 fro. the State University of New York. Dr. Sayder's affilistione include the New York Academy of Sciences' the American Society of Pher~cology act Experiacate1 Therapeutics, and tbe Society of Toxicology,. His research has been de~roecd to drug metabolism and the relationabip of metabolism of xenobiotice to toxic activity. Peter Spencer-is Associate Professor of Neuroaciences and Executive and Scientific Director of the Institute of "urotoxicology at Albert Einstein College of Iledicine, grow, New York. ~ received B.S. and ~ Ph.D. in medicine from the University of London. He is recipient of the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Fellowship in the Ncurosiences. His research has been devoted to the nervous system 75

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effects of exposure to toxic ubetances and the study of nerve fiber te~relopoent, degcneratiOn, ant regeneration. or . Spencer is a member of various professional societies, including the American Society of Cell Biology, the American Ascoci-tion of Neuropathologists, the Society of Neuroscience, and the Society of Toxicology . Philip G. Watanabe is a Research Toxicologist se Dow Chemical, U.S.A., Midland, Michigan. He recci~ret ~ B.S. in 1969 from the Uni~rereity of California, Irvine, and ~ Ph.D. in toxicology in 1974 from Utah State University. His affiliations include the Society of Toxicology and the Internations1 Society of Biochemica1 Pher~cology. Dr. Watanabe ' ~ research has focuses on the pharoacoltinetice of toxic subetances and the relationship of phe~cokinetice to biologic activity. 76