In May of 2019, nine UI Graduate IH students attended AIHce in Minneapolis, MN.
On Tuesday morning (5/21, 8-9 am), Corey Boles presented his research in Session E2: Guidance for the design of sampling strategies for microbial surface contamination and bioaerosols in a health care setting. Link to Session Abstract
On Wednesday morning (5/22, 10:15-11:15 am), students coordinated and presented in Session L13: University of Iowa Student Presentations. Shelby Clark, Kate Crawford, and Lexi Pratt presented results of their research, and Misha Griffis moderated the one-hour session. Link to Session Abstract
On Monday afternoon (5/20, 3:15-4:15 pm), six of the nine industrial hygiene students attending the conference presented posters. The following identifies the poster authors and title, with a pdf of the poster presented. The students are identified in bold.
Corey Boles and Matthew Nonnenmann. Determination of Murine Norovirus Aerosol Concentration During Toilet Flushing (#717 ) (Awards given by: Aerosol Technology Committee, Biosafety and Environmental Microbiology Committee)
Shelby Clark and Matthew Nonnenmann. The Effect of Bioaerosol Sampling on the Viability of Aerosolized Influenza A (#718)
Kathryn J. Crawford, Krista Willenbring, Stephanie Fleckstein, and T. Renée Anthony. Evaluation of Hearing Protection Device Effectiveness for Musicians (#689) (Awards given by: Best in Show, Noise Committee, Safety Committee)
Allison Persing, Thomas Peters, Margaret Sietsema, K.R. Farmer. Assessing Respirator Protection Factor with Novel Personal Devices (#676) (Award given by Respiratory Protection Committee)
Alessandra Pratt and Patrick O'Shaughnessy. Enhancing the Deposition of Asthma Pharmaceuticals in the Upper Airways of the Respiratory System (#690)
Matt Purdy and Patrick O'Shaughnessy. Comparison of Facemask Characteristics with User Assessment of Comfort (#730)