|Vol. 1, No. 4 , 1995, Page 5|
Crime Times is pleased to introduce in this issue Dr. Bernard Weiss, a member of our highly distinguished Professional Advisory Board.
BERNARD WEISS, Ph.D., is a professor of environmental medicine at the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry in New York. Prior to his current appointment, he taught at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and at the U.S. Air Force S S S School of Aviation Medicine.
Dr. Weiss recently served on the Environmental Protection Agency's Science Advisory Board, chairing the Metals Subcommittee of the Environmental Health Committee. He also has served on the OTA Advisory Committee on Neurotoxicology, the NAS-NRC Committee on Neurotoxicology and Models for Risk Assessment, and the U.S.-U.S.S.R. Joint Environmental Health Program. In addition he has served as a consultant to several federal agencies. He has authored nearly 200 publications, and is the editor or co-editor o o o of six books.
Dr. Weiss's research has focused on various aspects of neurobehavioral toxicology and pharmacology. These include the actions of heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and manganese; of toluene and other solvents; and of other toxins such as drugs and air p p p pollutants. His expertise includes the application of digital computer technology to the study of behavior.