Exposure Assessment Expert Witnesses

Exposure assessment expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on exposure assessment. The exposure assessment expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Environmental, Environmental Engineering, Industrial Hygiene, Maritime, Mold, Occupational Medicine, Safety, and Sports Medicine.

Jerry A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP GKO Environmental Health Services, LLC

California
Industrial Hygiene, Maritime - asbestos, U.S. Navy, asbestos insulation, asbestos gaskets, exposure assessment, boiler plant safety, steam plant safety, mathematical modeling
Experience with chemical exposures to United States Navy personnel who worked with aircraft, in shipyards, or on-board U.S. Navy ships, at sea, including during repair and overhaul. United States Navy active-duty Industrial Hygiene Officer 1986-2007. Familiar with U.S. Navy regulations for health and safety. Specialized training with U.S. Navy and U.S. Army to assist personnel deployed to combat areas with potential chemical exposures to toxic industrial chemicals (TICS), toxic industrial materials (TIMS) and Chemical, Biological, Radioactive, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) weapons of mass destruction. Director of Industrial Hygiene for U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 2003-2007. Senior Industrial Hygienist for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard 2007-2013 assisting Los Angeles (688) class nuclear submarines. Experience with asbestos removal, asbestos air sampling, asbestos identification, and counting of asbestos fibers. Trained in asbestos identification and ...

Jerry A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP GKO Environmental Health Services, LLC

Kailua, Hawaii
Industrial Hygiene, Maritime - asbestos, U.S. Navy, asbestos insulation, asbestos gaskets, exposure assessment, boiler plant safety, steam plant safety, mathematical modeling
Experience with chemical exposures to United States Navy personnel who worked with aircraft, in shipyards, or on-board U.S. Navy ships, at sea, including during repair and overhaul. United States Navy active-duty Industrial Hygiene Officer 1986-2007. Familiar with U.S. Navy regulations for health and safety. Specialized training with U.S. Navy and U.S. Army to assist personnel deployed to combat areas with potential chemical exposures to toxic industrial chemicals (TICS), toxic industrial materials (TIMS) and Chemical, Biological, Radioactive, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) weapons of mass destruction. Director of Industrial Hygiene for U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center 2003-2007. Senior Industrial Hygienist for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard 2007-2013 assisting Los Angeles (688) class nuclear submarines. Experience with asbestos removal, asbestos air sampling, asbestos identification, and counting of asbestos fibers. Trained in asbestos identification and ...

Bruce Miller, MS, CIH Health & Safety Services, LLC

Idaho Falls, Idaho
Industrial Hygiene, Safety - EEOICP, Hanford, DOE, exposure assessment, dose reconstruction, OSHA, Occupational Safety & Health Administration regulations, compliance, accident investigation, construction, PPE, respirator, OEL, PEL, TLV, engineering controls, water damage, microbial/mold, fall protection
Board-certified industrial hygienist (IH) with more than 35 years of experience in comprehensive health and safety practice specializing in the Department of Energy, Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA), and Washington's Hanford Site Exposure Presumptive Law (claims), Occupational Safety and Health Administrative (OSHA) general industry (29 CFR 1910) and construction (29 CFR 1926) compliance, environmental remediation, and construction experience. Contracted as an IH expert for Washington State Attorney General's Office in worker exposure cases and State legislation challenged by the Federal Government in Federal court. Currently serving as IH expert in more than 50 cases involving worker exposures at the DOE Hanford site. Specialized project and legal experience researching, developing expert reports, and testifying in worker retrospective occupational exposure assessments, qualitative agent exposure assessments, radiological dose reconstru...

Scott E. Singer, MD, MPH Experts In Medicine, LLC

Chagrin Falls, Ohio
Occupational Medicine, Sports Medicine - Covid 19, Causation, Concussion, Industrial accident, Rehabilitation, MRO, Workers Compensation, Football, Environmental, Exposure Assessment, Toxic Exposure, TBI, Traumatic Brain Injury, Manganese, Benzene
Dr. Singer, President of MEDSource One, is one of the nations' leading causation experts. He has been practicing Occupational Medicine and Sports Medicine in Northeast Ohio for almost 30 years. He has provided service in all aspects of occupational health and safety and has served as the Team Physician for the Cleveland Monsters (American Hockey League) since 2007 and the Cleveland Gladiators (Arena Football League) since 2008. With the 2020 pandemic, Dr. Singer is one of the national experts on workplace Covid exposures. As a graduate of Northwestern University and The Ohio State University College of Medicine, Dr. Singer completed residency training in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University Memorial Hospital and in Occupational Medicine at The University of Pennsylvania. He has also received a Masters Degree in Public Health / Occupational Medicine from the University of Michigan. Dr. Singer is Board Certified in Occupational Medicine and has served as Medical Director...

Hernando R Perez, PhD, MPH, CIH, CSP Perez IH Consulting LLC

Cheltenham, Pennsylvania
Industrial Hygiene, Mold - Certified Industrial Hygienist, Industrial Hygiene, Exposure Assessment, Exposure, Occupational Exposure, Exposure Reconstruction, Historical Exposure, FELA, Railroad, COVID-19, Bioaerosols, Indoor Air Quality, Diesel Exhaust, Chemical, Sick Building,
Dr. Perez has served as an expert witness in over 100 cases and has extensive experience in writing expert reports as well as in providing oral deposition and trial testimony. He served as faculty at the Drexel University School of Public Health for 10 years. In this role he taught industrial hygiene and exposure assessment methods to public health graduate students. He also lectured on airborne contaminant exposure and environmental health to graduate engineering and medical students. He has conducted research in the fields of industrial hygiene and environmental health, published his results in the peer reviewed literature and presented his findings at various national and international environmental and occupational health conferences. He has been involved in international industrial hygiene work, lecturing and consulting in India and serving as an advisor to the government of Sri Lanka on issues of occupational health and worker exposure control. Based on his qualification...

Bhaskar Kura, PhD, PE I2Care, Inc.

San Antonio, Texas
Environmental Engineering, Environmental - Air Quality Modeling, Indoor Air Quality, Hazardous Air Pollutants, Public Health, Cancer Risk, Worker Health, Pollution, Pollution Prevention, Hazardous Waste, Solid Waste, Medical Waste, Exposure Assessment, Emissions Modeling, Water Pollution, Green House Gas Emissions, Dispersion Modeling.
Dr. Bhaskar Kura is a higher education leader and has 35 years of professional experience as a professor, researcher, and scientist in the filed of environmental engineering. Over the years, he worked in industry, consulting, and academia. He is a registered Professional Environmental Engineer in the State of Louisiana. He published more than 100 technical articles and supervised graduate students for their MS and PhD degrees. His core areas of expertise include, but not limited to: (1) Atmospheric Dispersion Modeling (2) Indoor Air Quality (3) Exposure Assessment (Public and Worker Health Risk Evaluation) (4) Water and Air Pollution Assessment (5) Waste Management (6) Pollution Prevention (7) Life Cycle Costing and Life Cycle Assessment (8) Evaluation of Toxicity and Hazard of Materials and Wastes (9) Green House Gas Emissions Assessment / Management (10) Compliance Evaluation with Federal, State, and Local Regulations (11) Inverse Dispersion Modeling to Evaluate Source Str...

Bruce Miller, MS, CIH Health & Safety Services, LLC

Washington
Industrial Hygiene, Safety - EEOICP, Hanford, DOE, exposure assessment, dose reconstruction, OSHA, Occupational Safety & Health Administration regulations, compliance, accident investigation, construction, PPE, respirator, OEL, PEL, TLV, engineering controls, water damage, microbial/mold, fall protection
Board-certified industrial hygienist (IH) with more than 35 years of experience in comprehensive health and safety practice specializing in the Department of Energy, Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Program Act (EEOICPA), and Washington's Hanford Site Exposure Presumptive Law (claims), Occupational Safety and Health Administrative (OSHA) general industry (29 CFR 1910) and construction (29 CFR 1926) compliance, environmental remediation, and construction experience. Contracted as an IH expert for Washington State Attorney General's Office in worker exposure cases and State legislation challenged by the Federal Government in Federal court. Currently serving as IH expert in more than 50 cases involving worker exposures at the DOE Hanford site. Specialized project and legal experience researching, developing expert reports, and testifying in worker retrospective occupational exposure assessments, qualitative agent exposure assessments, radiological dose reconstru...