Brian Curwin, Ph.D.
Brian Curwin, PhD, has worked in the field of exposure assessment for over 25 years. Currently he is the Deputy Branch Chief of the Field Research Branch, Division of Field Studies and Engineering, in the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. He has conducted several studies assessing occupational exposure including investigations of take-home pesticide exposure among farmers and their families, pesticide exposure among tobacco harvesters and sugarcane harvesters, nano-sized metal oxide particle exposures in manufacturing, and diacetyl and other chemical exposures in the flavoring and food production industries. Dr. Curwin received a Master of Science degree in occupational health from McGill University, Montreal, Canada in 1994 and his Doctorate degree in exposure assessment from Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands in 2006.