National Homeland Security Research Center
26 West Martin Luther King Drive
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Dr. H.D. Alan Lindquist is currently the lead for microbial research within the EPAís National Homeland Security Research Center. In his capacity within the Centerís Water Infrastructure Protection Division, he oversees research programs on the detection of disease causing microorganisms on surfaces and in water samples. He coordinates microbiological research within this Center, and with other governmental agencies. He has held temporary assignments as the Acting Associate Director of the Threat and Consequence Assessment Division in the National Homeland Security Research Center, and as an Embassy Science Fellow with the U.S. Embassy in Tokyo Japan. Earlier in his career at the EPA, he worked on developing methods for detection of protozoa in source and drinking water with the National Exposure Research Laboratory. He has published numerous peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and made many presentations on the science of detection of microorganisms in environmental samples. He earned his Ph.D. in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Biometrics at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, where he studied diagnostic parasitology. He was a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in the malaria control program in Thailand, and earned Master of Environmental Science and Bachelors degrees from Miami University, Oxford Ohio.
Any relevant financial relationships? Yes
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