Dr. Juan Pablo Ramos-Bonilla obtained his phD at Johns Hopkins University after obtaining a Master of Environmental Management degree at the Nicholas School of the Environment. He has more than 16 years of experience in the fields of environmental and public health.
As part of his active research as an Associate Professor, he has studied how auto-mechanics that manipulate asbsetos containing friction products experience high asbestos exposures and are at excessive risk of developing asbestos related diseases. These findings, which have been published in five peer-reviewed scientific publications, will be presented in this seminar.
This Thursday, October 19, come out to Field Auditorium at the Nicholas School's Environment Hall to hear him speak on "Asbestos in Automotive Friction Products: Health Risks and Public Health Policy Implications."