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Invited Speakers

We will have two exciting invited presentations at the upcoming conference, on Saturday and Sunday: Drs. Charles Irvin and Nancy Fiedler. On Friday evening, in addition to our welcome reception, program host Dr. Paul Lehrer will present an overview of his 40 year psychophysiology research career at Rutgers.

 Dr. Charles Irvin

 

 

Charles Irvin, PhD is Professor of Medicine, Molecular Physiology, and Biophysics at the University of Vermont, after serving many years as head of the pulmonary laboratory at National Jewish Health (Denver, CO). A world renowned expert on asthma, pulmonary physiology, and animal models of lung disease, he has authored many of the accepted manuals for assessment of pulmonary function, and has played a central role in many of the large multicenter asthma trials. Dr. Irvin is the recipient of numerous research grants and has authored or co-authored over two hundred papers. In 2004, he received the Joseph R. Rodarte Award for Scientific Distinction from the American Thoracic Society.

Dr. Nancy Fiedler

 

Nancy Fiedler, PhD is Professor of Environmental and Occupational Medicine at Rutgers University, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. She has published prolifically on behavioral and physiological effects of exposure to various environmental toxins, the psychophysiology of symptom perception, and the influence of psychological stress to these processes. Dr. Feidler has received grant funding from a variety of Federal and International agencies.

Dr. Fiedler's presentation at the ISARP 2014 conference will be "Psychological and physiological effects of exposure to inhaled environmental toxins and irritants."

 

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