Willliam F. Carroll (Co-Chair) is Vice President, Industry Issues of Occidental Chemical Corporation in Dallas, Texas, and an adjunct industrial professor of chemistry at Indiana University. He earned a B.A. from DePauw (1973), an M.S. from Tulane University (1975), and a Ph.D. from Indiana University (1978). He served as American Chemical Society (ACS) president in 2005 and as a member of the ACS Board of Directors from 2004 to 2006 and 2009 to 2011. Dr. Carroll has been an ACS member since 1974 and has served on and chaired a number of committees. He holds memberships in the Society of Plastics Engineers, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers, and the National Fire Protection Association, and was the recipient of an Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service Award in 2009.
Barbara Foster (Co-Chair) is Safety Director for the C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry at West Virginia University (WVU). She is also the safety program coordinator for the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at WVU. In these capacities, Ms. Foster oversees all aspects of laboratory safety, including creation of Chemical Hygiene Plans, risk assessment and risk management, chemical inventory updates, ensuring adherence to safety regulations and building codes, and conducting laboratory inspections and audits. Ms. Foster has written over 20 safety and instructional publications, including the manual Laboratory Safety and Management: A Handbook for Teaching Assistants. She has presented over 60 talks on laboratory safety at professional meetings, workshops, and academic and governmental institutions across the nation. In 2007, Ms. Foster served as chair of the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Health and Safety. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Editors of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety and is an elected member of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 45 Technical Committee. She holds a B.A. in biology from West Virginia University and is a National Registry of Certified Chemists Certified Chemical Hygiene Officer.
W. Emmett Barkley is the former director of laboratory safety at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and was a member of the last Prudent Practices committee. Dr. Barkley is President of Proven Practices, LLC, where he supports environmental health and safety programs at major academic research universities and government agencies. His prior experience includes 24 years at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) where he served as the founding director of the NIH Division of Safety. Dr. Barkley was a principal contributor to several authoritative guidelines in the fields of biological and chemical safety, including the NIH Guidelines for the Laboratory Use of Chemical Carcinogens, the NIH Recombinant DNA Guidelines, and the CDC/NIH publication Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories. He received a bachelor of civil engineering degree from the University of Virginia and master of science and doctoral degrees in environmental health from the University of Minnesota.
Susan Cook is the biological safety officer for Washington University. She received her Ph.D. from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the laboratory of Dr. Diane Griffin, where she studied viral pathogenesis. She then spent a year in the laboratory of Dr. Roy Curtiss III at Washington University in St. Louis studying vaccine design before accepting a biosafety fellowship at the Midwest Regional Center of Excellence, also located at Washington University. In October 2005, she earned the Certified Biological Safety Professional and Specialist Microbiologist in Biological Safety Microbiology certifications. In January 2006, following completion of the fellowship program, she was hired as the associate biological safety officer for Washington University in St. Louis. She became biological safety officer for Washington University on July 1, 2007. In addition, Dr. Cook oversees an NIH-sponsored biosafety postdoctoral fellowship program.
Kenneth P. Fivizzani retired from Nalco Company in 2009, after a 26-year career as a research scientist. He was the Chemical Hygiene Officer for Nalco’s Naperville (IL) and Sugar Land (TX) Research Laboratories for 19 years. He received both B.S. and M.S. degrees
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Appendix C: Committee Member Biographies W. Emmett Barkley is the former director of labora- Willliam F. Carroll (Co-Chair) is Vice President, In- tory safety at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, dustry Issues of Occidental Chemical Corporation in and was a member of the last Prudent Practices com- Dallas, Texas, and an adjunct industrial professor of mittee. Dr. Barkley is President of Proven Practices, chemistry at Indiana University. He earned a B.A. from LLC, where he supports environmental health and DePauw (1973), an M.S. from Tulane University (1975), safety programs at major academic research universi- and a Ph.D. from Indiana University (1978). He served ties and government agencies. His prior experience as American Chemical Society (ACS) president in 2005 includes 24 years at the National Institutes of Health and as a member of the ACS Board of Directors from (NIH) where he served as the founding director of the 2004 to 2006 and 2009 to 2011. Dr. Carroll has been an NIH Division of Safety. Dr. Barkley was a principal ACS member since 1974 and has served on and chaired contributor to several authoritative guidelines in the a number of committees. He holds memberships in the fields of biological and chemical safety, including the Society of Plastics Engineers, the American Associa- NIH Guidelines for the Laboratory Use of Chemical Car- tion for the Advancement of Science, the National Or- cinogens, the NIH Recombinant DNA Guidelines, and the ganization for the Professional Advancement of Black CDC/NIH publication Biosafety in Microbiological and Chemists and Chemical Engineers, and the National Biomedical Laboratories. He received a bachelor of civil Fire Protection Association, and was the recipient of engineering degree from the University of Virginia an Indiana University Distinguished Alumni Service and master of science and doctoral degrees in environ- Award in 2009. mental health from the University of Minnesota. Barbara Foster (Co-Chair) is Safety Director for the Susan Cook is the biological safety officer for Wash- C. Eugene Bennett Department of Chemistry at West ington University. She received her Ph.D. from the Virginia University (WVU). She is also the safety pro- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in gram coordinator for the Eberly College of Arts and the laboratory of Dr. Diane Griffin, where she studied Sciences at WVU. In these capacities, Ms. Foster over- viral pathogenesis. She then spent a year in the labora- sees all aspects of laboratory safety, including creation tory of Dr. Roy Curtiss III at Washington University in of Chemical Hygiene Plans, risk assessment and risk St. Louis studying vaccine design before accepting a management, chemical inventory updates, ensuring biosafety fellowship at the Midwest Regional Center adherence to safety regulations and building codes, of Excellence, also located at Washington University. and conducting laboratory inspections and audits. In October 2005, she earned the Certified Biological Ms. Foster has written over 20 safety and instructional Safety Professional and Specialist Microbiologist in Bi- publications, including the manual Laboratory Safety ological Safety Microbiology certifications. In January and Management: A Handbook for Teaching Assistants. 2006, following completion of the fellowship program, She has presented over 60 talks on laboratory safety at she was hired as the associate biological safety officer professional meetings, workshops, and academic and for Washington University in St. Louis. She became governmental institutions across the nation. In 2007, biological safety officer for Washington University on Ms. Foster served as chair of the American Chemical July 1, 2007. In addition, Dr. Cook oversees an NIH- Society Division of Chemical Health and Safety. She sponsored biosafety postdoctoral fellowship program. currently serves as a member of the Board of Editors of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety and is an Kenneth P. Fivizzani retired from Nalco Company in elected member of the National Fire Protection As- 2009, after a 26-year career as a research scientist. He sociation (NFPA) 45 Technical Committee. She holds was the Chemical Hygiene Officer for Nalco’s Naper- a B.A. in biology from West Virginia University and ville (IL) and Sugar Land (TX) Research Laboratories is a National Registry of Certified Chemists Certified for 19 years. He received both B.S. and M.S. degrees Chemical Hygiene Officer. 309
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310 PRUDENT PRACTICES IN THE LABORATORY in chemistry from Loyola University of Chicago and college and university health and safety professionals. a Ph.D. in inorganic chemistry from the University of Ms. Izzo holds a B.S. in mathematics from the Univer- Wisconsin at Madison. He is a member of the Ameri- sity of Vermont and an M.S. in environmental sciences can Chemical Society (ACS), the American Industrial from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Hygiene Association, the Industrial Research Insti- tute’s (IRI) Environmental Health and Safety Direc- Kenneth Jacobson is Chief of the Laboratory of Bio- tors’ Network, and Sigma Xi. He was the 2007 chair organic Chemistry and the Molecular Recognition of the ACS Chicago Section. He was the 2000 chair Section, at the National Institute of Diabetes and Di- for the ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety. gestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) at the National He is a past chair (2002–2004) and a current member Institutes of Health (NIH). He is a member of the NIH of the ACS Committee on Chemical Safety (CCS). For Senior Biomedical Research Service. Dr. Jacobson is a 1999–2001, he served as chair of the IRI Environmental medicinal chemist with broad experience in organic Health and Safety Directors’ Network. In 1988–1989, synthesis and the specialized needs of pharmaceuti- he served as president of the Nalco Chapter of Sigma cal research in an academic/governmental laboratory Xi, the Scientific Research Society. Dr. Fivizzani is cer- setting. He is a “Highly Cited Researcher” in Pharma- tified as a Chemical Hygiene Officer by the National cology and Toxicology (Institute for Scientific Infor- Registry of Certified Chemists. He serves on the Board mation). Since coming to NIH in 1983, he has trained of Editors of Journal of Chemical Health & Safety and >60 postdoctoral fellows, many of whom are synthetic writes columns for “The Last Word” in that journal. chemists who now hold academic faculty positions. He has presented 30 papers at national ACS meetings Dr. Jacobson served as chair of the Medicinal Chem- to the Chemical Health and Safety, the Industrial and istry Division (membership >10,000) of the American Engineering Chemistry, and the Chemical Education Chemical Society and has also been a consultant to the divisions. He has coauthored conference papers for pharmaceutical industry. He was inducted into the the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, the ACS Medicinal Chemistry Hall of Fame in 2009. Cooling Tower Institute, and the American Industrial Dr. Jacobson holds a B.A. in liberal arts from Reed Hygiene Conference & Exposition. He is an inventor College and a Ph.D. in chemistry from University of or co-inventor on five U.S. patents. He has investigated California, San Diego. corrosion inhibition and dispersion in boiler and cool- ing water systems. His current interests involve labo- Karen Maupins is the team leader, Health, Safety, and ratory safety and recruiting of technical staff. Environmental in Lilly Drug Discovery Research. In this capacity, she has developed and implemented Robin Izzo is the associate director for laboratory industrial hygiene plans for multiple pharmaceutical safety in the Office of Environmental Health and manufacturing and research and development (R&D) Safety at Princeton University. She has more than 20 laboratory sites. She has also worked to develop cor- years’ experience in the laboratory safety field, having porate technical standards and audit protocols for the held positions at the University of Vermont and Har- worldwide industrial hygiene program. She has devel- vard University before her 16-year tenure at Princeton. oped, documented, and implemented a comprehensive Ms. Izzo is involved in a number of national and inter- health, safety, and environmental management system national organizations dedicated to health, safety, and that outlines business processes for the management of environmental issues at colleges and universities. She health, safety, and environmental activities in all U.S.- was instrumental in working with the U.S. Environ- based pharmaceutical and development operations. mental Protection Agency (EPA) to develop a proposed Ms. Maupins holds an M.S. in industrial safety and rulemaking to make compliance with chemical waste industrial hygiene from University of Duluth. regulations more relevant to colleges and universities. Soon after the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Kenneth G. Moloy is a Research Fellow for E. I. Du- (DHS) issued the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for Pont de Nemours & Company. He received a Ph.D. in the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards, Ms. inorganic chemistry from Northwestern University in Izzo was selected to serve on the University Working 1984 and a B.S. in chemistry from Indiana University Group to advise DHS on how to revise and apply the in 1980. Following graduate school, he joined Union new regulation for the laboratory and campus envi- Carbide Corp. in South Charleston, WV, working in ronment. Ms. Izzo is the chair of the Coordinating long-range R&D. He then moved to DuPont (1995), Committee for the EPA College and University Sector joining their Central Research and Development De- Strategy. She is a member of the Board of Directors for partment in Wilmington, DE. Dr. Moloy’s interest and the Campus Safety Health and Environmental Man- expertise lie in the areas of organometallic chemistry, agement Association, the international association for homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, organic
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311 APPENDIX C chemistry, process chemistry, and material science. ments, and professional magazines and has presented Although primarily a researcher, Dr. Moloy is also at over 70 national and international conferences. an active contributor to laboratory safety at DuPont Mr. Palassis is a diplomate of the American Acad- and serves as an internal safety trainer, instructor, and emy of Industrial Hygiene and a Certified Industrial consultant. Hygienist, a Certified Safety Professional, and a Certi- fied Hazardous Materials Manager. He is a member of Randall B. Ogle has been employed with the Oak the American National Standards Institute ANSI Z490 Ridge National Laboratory for over 20 years, serving and the ANSI Z10 Committees. Mr. Palassis is a mem- as the environmental health and safety (EHS) lead for ber of the Management Committee and also of the R&D advanced materials (and corporate industrial Communications and Training Methods Committee hygiene program manager for 2 years). For the past of the American Industrial Hygiene Association. He 5 years he has been the operations manager for the is an active member of the organizing Safety Program Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences, one of five Development committee of the Ohio Safety Congress, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Nanoscale Science where he frequently presents papers. Mr. Palassis is Research Centers. Mr. Ogle has been a lead in develop- a consultant to the Air Sampling Instruments Com- ing the DOE guidance on safety with nanomaterials, mittee of the American Conference of Governmental which has been used internationally. He has lectured Industrial Hygienists. Internationally, he collaborates and presented papers on related topics at national, with the World Health Organization and with the international, and regional events. Mr. Ogle has over International Social Safety Association (worldwide 30 years of experience in EHS and has been certified federal agencies in occupational safety and health in industrial hygiene, industrial safety, and hazard- organization). Mr. Palassis is a member of the U.S. ous materials management. Mr. Ogle worked for the Environmental Protection Agency School Chemical University of Alabama for 10 years and was a director Cleanout Campaign (SC3). of EHS consultation programs. He also worked for the U.S. Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Russell Phifer is the Principal of WC Environmental, He has degrees from the University of Virginia (1974), LLC in West Chester, PA. He has over 30 years of expe- East Tennessee State University (1977 M.S. in environ- rience in the field of environmental health and safety. mental health), Texas A&M and University of Alabama His background is varied, and includes management (health sciences degrees). He has been a member of of health and safety on Superfund sites, chemical the American National Standards Institute Technical safety and waste management training, and consulting Advisory Group to the International Organization for on environmental health and safety for lab and indus- Standardization (ISO) Technical Committee 229 on trial facilities. He is immediate past chair of both the Nanotechnologies since its inception. American Chemical Society Committee on Chemical Safety and the American Chemical Society Division of John Palassis combines 36 years of professional ex- Chemical Health and Safety, as well as an elected ACS perience of which 6 were with private industry and Fellow. Mr. Phifer is a 30-year member of the ACS Task 30 years were with the federal government in the Force on Laboratory Chemical and Waste Manage- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health ment, serving as Chair of that group for 6 years. He is (NIOSH), a research agency under the Centers for an OSHA Authorized Trainer and holds various other Disease Control and Prevention. At NIOSH, Mr. Palas- professional certifications associated with hazardous sis developed industrial hygiene air sampling and materials management. analytical methods for hazardous chemicals found in the workplace and worked as a safety coordinator. Peter A. Reinhardt is the director of the Office of En- He taught industrial hygiene and occupational safety vironmental Health and Safety at Yale University. EHS courses and was course director for the NIOSH Labo- is responsible for the university’s workplace safety, ratory Safety course. His current interests and projects environmental affairs, industrial hygiene, biological involve chemical safety in schools, young worker safety, and radiation safety. Prior to moving to New safety, and safety management systems. He collabo- Haven in 2007, he was the director of Environment, rated with federal and nongovernmental organiza- Health, and Safety at the University of North Carolina tions to develop the newest NIOSH product, School at Chapel Hill for 6 years, and worked for 21 years Chemistry Laboratory Safety Guide. He has published at the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Safety De- more than 60 papers and chapters in refereed journals partment, last serving as their assistant director for of industrial hygiene, safety, and analytical chemis- chemical and environmental safety. He is a member of try, the NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods, NIOSH the American Chemical Society’s Task Force on Labo- Health Hazard Evaluation Reports, NIOSH docu- ratory Chemical and Waste Management, the Cam-
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312 PRUDENT PRACTICES IN THE LABORATORY pus Safety, Health, and Environmental Management relationships between the structure, composition, and Association’s Board of Directors, and the Council on function of nanostructured catalytic and electrochemi- Government Relations’ Working Groups on Research cal materials. In addition, he has distinguished himself Security and Export Control. He coauthored Hazardous in the use of micromachining and self-assembly meth- Waste Management at Educational Institutions, Infectious ods to fabricate microreactor, hydrogen production, and Medical Waste Management, and The Environmen- and micro-fuel cell systems. Professor Thompson leads tal Compliance Guide for Colleges and Universities. He a large multidisciplinary team developing compact co-edited Pollution Prevention and Waste Minimization devices to convert gasoline and natural resources into in Laboratories. He previously served on two subcom- hydrogen. Recently, he was appointed founding direc- mittees of the committee that wrote the 1995 Prudent tor of the Hydrogen Energy Technology Laboratory. Practices in the Laboratory. He has a B.S. and an M.A. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Leyte Winfield is a synthetic organic chemist em- ployed as a chemistry professor at Spelman College. Levi T. Thompson is currently the Richard Balzhiser She has experience in academic, industrial, and mili- Professor of Chemical Engineering. Other honors and tary laboratories. From the combined experiences she awards include the National Science Foundation Presi- has gained knowledge of diverse procedures relating dential Young Investigator Award, Union Carbide to laboratory operation and safety. Her experimen- Innovation Recognition Award, Dow Chemical Good tal background encompasses both instrumental and Teaching Award, College of Engineering Service Excel- synthetic techniques. Dr. Winfield arrived at Spelman lence Award, and Harold Johnson Diversity Award. College in August 2003 following the completion of He is cofounder, with his wife Maria, of T/J Technolo- a postdoctoral position at Florida A&M University. gies, a developer of nanomaterials for advanced bat- While at Florida A&M, she focused on the design and teries and fuel cells. He is also consulting editor for the synthesis of compounds targeted to the inhibition of AIChE Journal, and a member of the External Advisory cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2). Prior to this training, she Committee for the Center of Advanced Materials for completed her doctorate at the University of New Purification of Water with Systems (National Science Orleans. Her tenure at the University of New Orleans Foundation Science and Technology Center at the Uni- afforded her the opportunity to design and synthesize versity of Illinois) and AIChE Chemical Engineering dopamine reuptake inhibitor analogs for potential Technology Operating Council. Professor Thompson cocaine abuse therapeutics. As an assistant professor earned his B.ChE. from the University of Delaware, of chemistry, Dr. Winfield is currently involved in and M.S.E. degrees in chemical engineering and nu- the development of an organic chemistry laboratory clear engineering, and a Ph.D. in chemical engineering manual. In addition, her current research involves the from the University of Michigan. Research in Profes- development of novel COX-2 inhibitors specifically sor Thompson’s group focuses primarily on defining targeted at inducing apoptosis in cancer cells.