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Jun 10

Dr. David O. Carpenter's Curriculum Vitae


Dr. David O. Carpenter's work in the area of Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation biology makes him a highly credible writer and speaker on this subject.   With regards to the issue of wireless technology, smart meters and grids his statements, written material, interviews and presentations are highly credible and his input is considered to be exemplary and valuable in raising awareness in these areas.

Dr. Carpenter's accomplishments are many. He has a Doctorate from Harvard Medical School, and is the Director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at State University of New York at Albany. He is a Neurologist, Dean and Professor, Presenter, Award Winning Scientist, Researcher, Editorial Advisor and Public Health Broadcaster. He heads a New York Task Force, implementing plans to reduce electricity use through new energy efficiency programs in industry and government. He has written 220 publications, 37 reviews and book chapters, and 12 other publications.

His research areas include;
-Synaptic transmission
-Neuronal thermosensitivity
-Excitotoxicity and neuronal cell death
-Neural basis of human disease, especially the Dementias and ALS
-Ionizing and non-ionizing radiation biology
-Public health education

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