about our members AM S Fellow and environments examined have included schools, office CCM John Spengler has buildings, hockey rinks, shopping malls, cars, air- been named the Akira planes, and many other public conveyances. AMS Yamaguchi Professor of headquarters at 45 Beacon Street participated in the Environmenta l Health study on indoor air particles. and Human Habitation at Published extensively in open literature in the ar- Harvar d University. eas of personal monitoring, air pollution health effects, Spengler, a professor in aerosol characterization, indoor air pollution, and air the Department of Envi- pollution meteorology, Spengler coedited the books ronmental Health at the Particles in Our Air: Concentrations and Health Ef- School of Public Health, fects (1996) and Indoor Air Pollution: A Health Per- has worked on air pollu- spective (1991). Spengler currently serves on the edi- tion health effects issues torial boards of the journal Indoor Air and the Jour- over the past 25 years and nal of Ecological Chemistry, which is published in St. has contributed to the scientific basis for the National Petersburg, the former Soviet Union. Ambient Air Quality Standards. Spengler is a member of the Air & Waste Manage- Spengler is honored as the first recipient of the ment Association, the International Society of Indoor Akira Yamaguchi Professor of Environmental Human Air Quality and Climate (founding member), the In- Health and Habitation. Besides endowing a professor- ternational Society of Exposure Analysis (founding ship at Harvard University, Yamaguchi is sponsoring member), and the American Chemical Society. He is research with Harvard University, the University of an advisor to the World Health Organization on indoor Tokyo, and the University of British Columbia on a air pollution, personal exposure, and air pollution epi- demiology. He has served as either a member or con- wide range of issues related to use of materials, energy, sultant on various U.S. EPA Science Advisory board ecological design, and human health. committees. Since 1981 he has served as a chair or co- Through Spengler's research on air pollution expo- chair for various technical sessions for the Interna- sures, his group at Harvard has made myriad contri- tional Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climates, butions to understanding the health risk of indoor en- as well as an international coordinator for the Seventh vironments. Thousands of families across North and Sixth International Conferences on Indoor Qual- America have participated in health studies and mea- ity and Climate. In addition, he evaluated risk assess- surements that have revealed the risk associated with ments of hazardous air pollutants, air pollution epide- molds, allergens, tobacco smoke, formaldehyde, nitro- miology, passive smoking, and aircraft air quality for gen dioxide, asbestos, and particle air pollution. Indoor the National Academy of Science (NAS). He served as chairman of the NAS Committee on Indoor Pollut- ants from 1979 to 1981. Spengler received a B.S. in physics from the Univer- sity of Notre Dame in 1966, a Ph.D. in atmospheric 996 Kimberly M. Deaner 1998 sciences from the State University of New York in Michael S. McVay 1998 Albany in 1971, and an M.S. in environmental health Mark L. Sowers 998 1998 sciences from Harvard University in 1973. 999 Justin Loew 1998 Greg A. Favaro 1000 1998 Ann Henderson-Sellers has been appointed the director of the Environment Division of the Austra- 1900 Vol. 79, No. 9, September J 998
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1998
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