Tiina, Reponen Tiina Reponen
Director, University of Cincinnati Education and Research Center
 
558-0571
426 Kettering
 
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Center for Health Related Aerosol Studies

Research Description:

Dr. Reponen’s research is focused on the exposure assessment of bioaerosols in indoor and industrial environments, including physical and microbiological characterization of airborne actinomycete and fungal spores, the dispersion of bioaerosols under natural and laboratory conditions, and the control of airborne microorganisms by filtration. She is a Certified Indoor Air Quality Professional, and in her field studies, she is collaborating with epidemiologists in investigating the health effects of particle and bioaerosol exposures. She is currently directing two cohort studies. One is focused on the association between indoor bioaerosol exposures and the development of children’s allergy and asthma and the other is focused on the effects of green renovation on indoor air quality and occupants’ health. She is the Director of the NIOSH-funded University of Cincinnati Education and Research Center and teaches in the Environmental and Occupational Health graduate program. She serves as an Editor for the Aerosol Science and Technology journal and as an Associate Editor for the Indoor Air Journal. She is a member of the Occupational Safety and Health study section. She is a recipient of Finland Distinguished Professor (FiDiPro) award.


Related News:
7/8/2014 Reponen Initiated as New Member of ISIAQ Academy of Fellows
1/21/2014 Topical Workshop Respiratory Protection in Health-Care Environments
9/4/2013 Environmental Health Faculty, Students Enjoy Successful Conference in Basel Switzerland
8/10/2012 Mold Exposure in Infancy May Raise Asthma Risk
8/3/2012 Mold exposure in infancy linked to childhood asthma, study finds
3/28/2012 Chinese Professors Visit UC to Share Knowledge on E-Waste
3/12/2012 Reponen Receives Finland Distinguished Professor Award
12/5/2011 Study Looks at Human Health Effects of 'Green Housing'
10/24/2011 Put a Hold on Mold
8/2/2011 Indoor mold poses key asthma risk for babies
8/2/2011 Mold Exposure During Infancy Increases Asthma Risk
9/30/2010 Dog Ownership May Help Prevent Eczema in Children with Dog Allergies
7/6/2010 Smog alerts a summertime tradition
10/29/2007 UC Wins $1.6 Million in Environmental Health Research Grants
9/17/2007 Household mold exposure and the development of asthma and allergy
2/5/2007 Microbial School Monitors
5/15/2006 John M. White award

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