George Woodall, Ph.D.
Dr. George Woodall has over fifteen years of professional experience. This includes performing assessments of risk from exposure to air pollutants, assessing air quality, and managing research and technical projects. Dr. Woodall's specialties include:
assessment of health risks posed by toxic chemicals;
acute inhalation risk assessment;
acquisition and analysis of data from laboratory and field studies; and
critical analyses of toxicological, environmental and health data.
Note: There is no charge for a speaker. Travel is limited to (~50 miles) out of the Research Triangle Park, North Carolina (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) area. All travel is up to the discretion of the speaker. Please submit requests at least 4 weeks in advance. Please limit requests to no more than two speakers per event. If you have a large event and would like to request multiple speakers from EPA, please Contact the Speakers Bureau for assistance.
|- General Science||Will Build to Suit Audience||Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12, College, Community||Flexible||Flexible|
|- Toxicology||What is a Toxicologist?||Grades K-5, Grades 6-8||30 minutes||Flexible|
|Health-Protective Reference Values for Chemical Exposures||Grades 9-12, Community||60 minutes||Flexible|
|Assessing Risk: Are the Benefits Worth the Risk||Grades 9-12, Community||45 minutes||Flexible|
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