- Julianne L. Baron, PhD, CPH, RBP is the President of Science and Safety Consulting. She has a background in infectious diseases, biosafety, and public health and consults on laboratory safety, pandemic preparedness, and scientific communication.
- James Cutright
- Joshua Fulton
- Ty Kent, Slippery Rock University
- Andrew Lawson, Carnegie Mellon University
- Jonathan Leone, Indiana University of PA
- Albert Miller
- Andrew Rowley, University of Pittsburgh
- Molly Schreiner, Boston University
- Michael Wilson, Lanxess
We would like to welcome the following New Members to the Pittsburgh AIHA:
The National AIHA began 2020 membership renewal in October. Local section members who are also National AIHA members are encouraged to pay their dues through the National AIHA. If you are a Pittsburgh AIHA member ONLY, your dues must be paid directly to the Pittsburgh Local Section as noted below. Pittsburgh AIHA dues continue to be $25 per year in 2020. Remember that you must be a member in good standing to take advantage of reduced meeting fees, Natl. AIHA e-learning subscription, etc. Your participation is key to our success -- please renew by January 1, 2020! STUDENT AND RETIRED MEMBERS ARE FREE.
Pay Local Section Dues Through National AIHA (for Natl. AIHA Members Only):
Click here for the link for dues renewal through National AIHA. When processing renewal, please remember to check the box for Pittsburgh local section dues when you submit your payment. If you have not created a profile, you will need to “Sign Up as a New Individual” to be able to pay through National AIHA. You can also visit the National AIHA Membership page for more information. If you prefer to pay your dues directly to Pittsburgh AIHA, follow instructions below.
Pay Local Section Dues Directly to Pittsburgh AIHA:
If you have any questions, or want a paper invoice sent via U.S. Mail, please contact Christy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-789-4254.
Julie Panko, CIH is the newest Pittsburgh AIHA member to be named National AIHA Fellow -- Congratulations to Julie on this well-deserved honor. Julie will be recognized at the 2018 AIHce in Philadelphia in May.
The Fellow designation (FAIHATM) was established to recognize members who are full members in good standing, have 15 years of continuous membership, and have made recognized contributions to industrial hygiene or related disciplines, either through research, leadership, publications, education, or service to AIHA. The Fellow designation is limited to no more than five percent of the membership.
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National AIHA Links:
About Industrial Hygiene
AIHA Calendar of Events
AIHA IH Professional Pathway
AIHA Press Releases
AIHA Public Resources
Get Involved - Safety Matters, Outreach, Students, etc.
Member Dues 2022
Pittsburgh AIHA Member Annual Dues - Deadline Jan. 1, 2022
If you are NOT a National AIHA Member, please pay through the Pittsburgh Local Section using the PayPal link below: