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Jonathan Hall, MS, MPH, CIH

Director of Environmental Microbiology

Jonathon Hall is the Director of Environmental Microbiology and a Board Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) with over 10 years of experience investigating and consulting on indoor air quality and industrial hygiene issues.  

As the head of HPE’s environmental microbiology laboratory, he provides leadership and technical support in the areas of occupational health, environmental and industrial hygiene, toxicology and epidemiology.

Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology, University of Guelph
Master of Science in Marine Biology, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Master of Public Health in Environmental & Occupational Health, George Washington University

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Jonathon directs the microbiology division and laboratory at HPE. In addition to his duties as laboratory director, he also conducts field investigations and surveys related to exposure assessments, standards compliance and condition assessments associated with field tasks that support HPE’s general services. These services include industrial hygiene surveys related to wet, water-damaged and/or mold-impacted building materials, noise, heat stress, crystaline silica, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and indoor air quality (IAQ).

Prior to joining HPE, Jonathon held the position of Research Assistant in the Department of Biochemistry & Environmental Medicine at The George Washington University Medical Center in Washington, D.C., where he researched oxidative-induced mechanisms of disease from magnesium deficiency, azidothymidine (AZT) and iron toxicity using whole animal and cellular models. During his tenure at the medical center, Mr. Hall obtained a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree in Environmental & Occupational Health from the School of Public Health & Health Services at George Washington University.

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