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consultant , researcher , toxicology educator

Rolf Hartung, German environmental toxicology educator, researcher, consultant. Recipient H. M. Wight award. University of Michigan, 1963;National Science Foundation fellow, 1960-1964. Member American Industrial Hygiene Association, Michigan Industrial Hygiene Association, Society Environmental Toxicology and chemistry, Society Toxicology, Wildlife Disease Association, Wildlife Society, Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma, Phi KappaPhi.

Background

Hartung, Rolf was born on March 1, 1935 in Bremen, Federal Republic of Germany.

Education

Came to the United States, 1952, naturalized, 1958. Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Management, University of Michigan, 1960, M.W.M. in WildlifeMgmt., 1962, Doctor of Philosophy in Wildlife Management, 1964. Diplomate American Board Toxicology.

Career

Instructor in wildlife management University Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1963, lecturer in industrial health, 1964, assistant professor industrial health, 1965—1969, associate professor environmental and industrial health, 1969—1973, professor environmental toxicology, 1973—1997, professor emeritus, since 1997, chairman toxicology program, 1974—1980. Committee or sub-committee member National Academy of Sciences, 1971-1972, 79-97, Michigan Department Natural Resources, 1977-1997. Member Michigan Environmental Review Board, 1982-1986.

Member hazardous materials committee United States Congress Office Technology Assessment, 1980-1983. Chairman committee on environmental effects, transport and fate of science advisory board Environmental Protection Agency, 1982-1987, member executive committee of science advisory board, 1982-1987.

Achievements

  • Diplomate American Board Toxicology.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, contributing author: Environmental Mercury Contamination, 1972. Associate editor Journal Toxicology and Industrial Health, 1984-1987, Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 1998. Contributor chapters to books and articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member American Industrial Hygiene Association, Michigan Industrial Hygiene Association, Society Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Society Toxicology, Wildlife Disease Association, Wildlife Society, Sigma Xi, Phi Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

Came to the United States, 1952, naturalized, 1958.