Doctor of Philosophy, Environmental and Occupational Health Science, University Of Texas School of Public Health, Houston
Master of Science, Environmental Health Science/Industrial Hygiene, University Of Cincinnati
Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences, University Of Oregon, Eugene
David Sterling, PhD, CIH is Professor, Chair of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health, and the Director of the Doctoral Program in Public Health Sciences, at the UNT Health Science Center School of Public Health. He is a certified industrial hygienist with training in toxicology and epidemiology, and expertise in exposure evaluation and risk assessment methodologies. Previously he was the Co-Director for the Midwest OSHA Educational Training Center at Saint Louis University. Dr. Sterling has been involved with environmental and occupational based research, teaching and service activities for over 30 years. Over the past twenty years as a PI and Co-PI he has been involved in a number of large population based studies. His current research activities include developing tools and methods for near-real time crowd sourcing of environmental measurements and associated physiological data to assess personal and community exposure and health outcomes.