Sunday, February 03, 2013
FAMU professor selected to serve on EPA Science Advisory Board
Harris is also the director of the Institute of Public Health in the College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.
“I am very pleased to serve on the U.S Environmental Protection Agency Charter Science Advisory Board,” Harris said. “As a board member, there will be the opportunity and responsibility of providing technical review and assistance in addressing environmental science and health issues related to environmental contaminants and overarching issues such as factors related to climate change. I am honored to serve and appreciate the sustained support of Florida A&M University.”
The Science Advisory Board is organized under the Federal Advisory Committee Act, which regulates and governs its operation, including public participation and access to documents.
Harris previously served on the EPA Science Advisory Board Exposure and Human Health Subcommittee.