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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2005. Implementing Health-Protective Features and Practices in Buildings: Workshop Proceedings: Federal Facilities Council Technical Report #148. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11233.
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Nicholas Ashford, Ph.D.

Professor of Technology and Policy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Charlene Bayer, Ph.D.

Chemist

Materials & Chemical Sciences Division

Georgia Tech Research Institute

Tobie Bernstein, J.D.

Senior Attorney

Environmental Law Institute

Roger Bezdek

Economist

Management Information Services, Inc.

Charles Blumberg, FIIDA

Architect and Interior Designer

National Institutes of Health

William Brodt, P.E.

Experimental Facilities Engineer

NASA Facilities Engineering Division

Harriet A. Burge, Ph.D.

Adjunct Senior Lecturer on Environmental Microbiology

Department of Environmental Health

Harvard Public School of Health

Rosalyn Cama, FASID

President and Principal Interior Designer

Cama, Inc.

Leon Chatelain

President

Chatelain Architects

Kimberly Cullinane

Green Schools & Green Buildings Initiatives

Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

Dennis Dunne

Former Chief Deputy Director

California Department of General Services

Eric Emblem

Executive Director

National Energy Management Institute

Helen English

Executive Director

Sustainable Building Industries Council

Paul Fisette

Director

Building Materials & Wood Technology

University of Massachusetts

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2005. Implementing Health-Protective Features and Practices in Buildings: Workshop Proceedings: Federal Facilities Council Technical Report #148. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11233.
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William J. Fisk, P.E.

Staff Scientist & Group Leader

Indoor Environment Program

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Russell Gentry, Ph.D., P.E.

Associate Professor

Georgia Tech College of Architecture

Paul Gilbert, P.E., NAE

Senior Vice President

Parsons, Brinckerhoff, Quade & Douglas

John Girman

Chemist

Environmental Protection Agency

Steven Glazner

Director of Knowledge Management

Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers

Harry Goradia

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Elizabeth Grosh, CSP, ARM

Consulting Manager, Safety and Health

Prudential Insurance Company

Vijay Gupta, P.E.

Mechanical Engineer/HVAC

Public Buildings Service

General Services Administration

David Harris, FAIA

President

National Institute of Building Sciences

Lt. General Henry J. Hatch, USACE (ret.)

Chair, Federal Facilities Council

Judith Heerwagen, Ph.D.

Environmental Psychologist

J.H. Heerwagen and Associates

John Herzog

Vice President, Public Policy

Air Conditioning Contractors of America

Michael Hodgson, M.D., MPH

Office of Facilities Management

Department of Veteran Affairs

Andy Keirn

Office of Facilities Management

Department of Veterans Affairs

Meg Klekner

Sr. Facilities Officer

Environmental Health and Safety

International Monetary Fund

Kurt Knight

Office of Facilities Management

Department of Veterans Affairs

Brian Kong

Mechanical Engineer

National Institutes of Health

Satish Kumar, Ph.D.

Environmental Energy Technologies

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Chi Leng

Office of Applied Economics

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Hal Levin

Architect-Engineer/Scientist

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Vivian Loftness

Head, School of Architecture

Carnegie Mellon University

Cherie McClam

Environmental Strategies and Safety Division

Public Buildings Service

General Services Administration

Richard McCrone, P.E.

Engineering and Field Support Division

Department of Veterans Affairs

Sue McNeil, Ph.D.

College of Urban Planning and Public Administration

University of Illinois, Chicago

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2005. Implementing Health-Protective Features and Practices in Buildings: Workshop Proceedings: Federal Facilities Council Technical Report #148. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11233.
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Mark Mendell, Ph.D.

Epidemiologist

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Clifford Mitchell, M.D., MPH

Department of Environmental Health Sciences

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Derek Parker, FAIA, RIBA

President

Anshen+Allen Architects

Brad Penney, J.D.

Associate Director

Building Diagnostics Research Institute

Bradley Provancha

Director

Federal Facilities Division

Department of Defense

Mark Rea, Ph.D.

Professor of Cognitive Science

The Lighting Research Center

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Lloyd Siegel, FAIA

Office of Facilities Management

Department of Veterans Affairs

David Skiven, P.E.

Executive Director, Worldwide Facilities

General Motors Corporation

E. Sarah Slaughter, Ph.D.

President and CEO

MOCA Systems, Inc.

Lawrence Spielvogel

HVAC/Building Codes

L.G. Spielvogel, Inc.

Esther M. Sternberg, M.D.

Director, Integrative Neural Immune Program

National Institute of Mental Health

Louis Tassinary, Ph.D.

Psychophysiologist, College of Architecture

Texas A&M University

Jennifer A. Veitch, Ph.D.

Senior Research Officer, Lighting

Institute for Research in Construction

NRC-Canada

David Weiner

American Institute of Architects

Martin Weiland

Manager, Government Outreach

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers

Laura Welch, MD

Center to Protect Workers’ Rights

Cherylynne Williams

Headquarters Safety, Health and Security

Department of Energy

James E. Woods, Ph.D., P.E.

Executive Director

Building Diagnostics Research Institute, Inc.

Craig Zimring, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Architecture and Psychology

Georgia Institute of Technology

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2005. Implementing Health-Protective Features and Practices in Buildings: Workshop Proceedings: Federal Facilities Council Technical Report #148. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/11233.
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Indoor environmental quality (IEQ) is influenced by building design; heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning systems; and construction materials, as well as by building operations, maintenance, and housekeeping procedures. Increasing evidence suggests that adverse health outcomes in employees, students, hospital patients, and others are linked to the presence of indoor pollutants and other aspects of poor-quality indoor environments. Implementing Health-Protective Features and Practices in Buildings explores this issue and discusses ongoing research and possible strategies for implementing changes in standards and practices for indoor environmental quality.

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