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Reginald Lawrence Campbell

Reginald Lawrence Campbell, industrial hygienist, educator.

Background

  • Campbell, Reginald Lawrence was born on April 8, 1943 in Hartford, Connecticut, United States. Son of Reginald L. and Etta M. (Ashton) Campbell.

  • Education

    • Student, Amherst College, 1961. Student, Yale University School Medicine, 1965—1967. AS, Hahnemann Medical College, 1975.

      Bachelor, Fairmont State College, 1977. Master of Science, Marshall University, 1980.

    Career

    • Proprietor, director Campbell Clinical Laboratory, Amherst, Massachusetts, 1963—1965. Staff therapist St. Joseph's Hospital, Stamford, Connecticut, 1966—1967, Yale-New Haven Hospital, 1967—1970. Assistant research cardiothoracic surgery Yale University School Medicine, 1967—1970.

      Technical director section respiratory disease services Danbury (Connecticut) Hospital, 1970—1972. Director respiratory program adjunct faculty Western Connecticut State College, Danbury, 1970—1972. Senior instructor medicine School Respiratory Therapy, Hahnemann Medical College, Philadelphia, 1972—1975.

      Assistant professor department medicine College Allied Health Professions, 1974—1975. Administrator Southern West Virginia Lung Center, Inc., Beckley, 1975—1977. Consultant respiratory therapy program Fairmont (West Virginia) State College, 1975—1976, Bluefield (West Virginia) State College, 1975—1976.

      Technical consultant West Virginia Governor's Coal Worker's Respiratory Disease Control Program, 1975—1978. Industrial hygienist National Mine Health and Safety Academy, United States Department Interior, Beckley, West Virginia, 1978—1979. Instructor occupational lung diseases and occupational health National Mine Health and Safety Academy, United States Department Labor, 1979—1987.

      Chief industrial hygienist department defense Preventive Medicine Meddac, Fort Huachuca, Arizona, from 1987. Chief executive officer Campbell Associates, Inc., Sierra Vista, from 1988. Guest lecturer military history and firearms various military institutions, 1965—1969.

      Guest lecturer Royal Melbourne (Australia) Hospital Monash University, 1968, Royal North Shore Hospital, University Sydney, Australia, 1968. Chief anesthetic technologist Montreal (Quebec) General Hospital, McGill University School Medicine, 1970. Squadron Commander Civil Air Patrol, Beckley, 1978—1980, Lewisburg, 1980—1983.

      Wing staff, 1983; wing staff Civil Air Patrol, Sierra Vista, Arizona, 1988—1991. Chairman Cochise County Local Emergency Planning Committee, from 1988. Member Pennsylvania Governor's Task Force on Black Lung, 1974—1975.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyterian

    Membership

    Member of Mason, Lions, Yale School Respiratory Therapy Alumni Association, Kappa Delta Pi, Wheelchair Pilots Association, Military History Society Australia, Military History Society South Africa, American Thoracic Society, Canada Society Respiratory Technologists, American Association for Respiratory Therapy, American Association Safety Engineers, American Association Industrial Hygiene, American Public Health Association.

    Connections

    • father: Reginald L. Campbell
    • mother: Etta M. (Ashton) Campbell
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    Died January 4, 2008
    (aged 64)
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