SESHA 2018 Speaker Biography

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Safety and IH Engineer SUNY Polytechnic Institute, Albany, NY and IBM Corporation, Boulder, CO

Bradford Brooks Ph.D. is an IBM Fellow and Corporate Director of IBM\\\'s Toxicology and Chemical Management programs globally. He also is a member of IBM\\\'s Academy of Technology. Kathleen DiZio MA DABT (deceased) was a Senior Toxicologist in IBM\\\'s Corporate Toxicology and Chemical Management team. Thomas Diamond MS CIH is currently Vice President: Environmental, Safety, Health and Facilities Engineering and Academic Laboratory Support at SUNY Polytechnic Univ., Albany. Richard Melville MS CIH is a senior staff engineer with GlobalFoundries in Hopewell Junction, NY with over 30 years of professional safety and health experience with expertise in exposure assessment, chemical safety, asbestos, ergonomics, lasers, ventilation, safety and health audits, risk assessment and communication, regulatory compliance, personal protective equipment, hazard communication, vapor intrusion, and epidemiology study support. Mr. Melville received an M.S. in occupational and environmental hygiene from New York University. Ernest Timlin MS CIH CSP is currently a safety and industrial hygiene engineer at SUNY Poly College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, in Albany, New York. He previously worked at IBM Microelectronics and GlobalFoundries semiconductor operations in various corporate and manufacturing plant safety and IH roles. He received his B.S. from Clarkson University and M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Brooke Tvermoes Ph.D is a Senior toxicologist at IBM with experience in toxicological research, exposure assessment, risk assessment, and regulatory support covering a broad range of industrial chemicals and metals. Her primary areas of interest include quantitative human health risk assessments and the development of health based toxicity values.