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Cogency’s Dr. Cheung to speak at the 2016 Chesapeake AIHA and ASSE Educational Seminar



2016 Chesapeake AIHA and ASSE Educational Seminar: 
Current Topics in Safety, Health and Environmental IssuesApril 21, 2016
8:30am – 4:15pm 
Check in begins at 7:30am.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Kosiakoff Center
Laurel, MD

Registration info:

Morning Keynote
“Maryland’s Climate Change Commission–Maryland’s Goals to Prepare for and Mitigate Environmental Consequences from Climate Change”
The Honorable Ben Grumbles, JD
Secretary of the Maryland Department of the EnvironmentLunch Keynote
“The Safety and Health Profession– Where are we going in the Future”
Dan Anna, PhD, CIH, CSP
President of the American Industrial Hygiene Association

Afternoon Keynote
“Biocontainment Isolation Operations at Johns Hopkins”
Brian Garibaldi, MD, MPH
Fellow, Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Technical Sessions in Safety, Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health

​Safe Lifting Practices
Alan K. Sokoloff, D.A.C.B.S.P.
Founder, Owner and Clinic Director
Yalich Clinic

Occupational Asthma
Hung Cheung, MD, MPH
Founder and President
Cogency Medical

Impact of Prescription Drugs on Workers
Marianne Cloeren, MD, MPH
Senior Medical Director
Managed Care Advisors

Legal & Ethical Aspects of Safety and Health Audits
Adele Abrahms, Esq., CMSP
President and Owner
Law Office of Adele L. Abrams PC

Biological Monitoring BEIs
Aaron Tustin, MD, MPH
Occupational and Environmental Medicine Resident
Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health

The Aging Worker
Jeremy S. Barron, MD
Director of Ambulatory Care Services, Assistant Professor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Demolition Safety
H. Allen Bennett, CIH, CSP
Senior Scientist, Environmental Health & Safety
KCI Technologies, Inc

Vapor Intrusion
David Mickunas, BS
U.S. EPA/Environmental Response Team

Psychological & Crisis Response
Dan Barnett, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Health Sciences
Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Attendee Registration Info

Attendee Fees (Early Bird Registration deadline is April 7, 2016)

  • $95.00 for Individuals
  • $75.00 Each for Groups of 5 or More
  • $20.00 Full-time Students
  • Walk-in Registration fee: $125.00 for Individuals and Each for Groups on the day of the conference.

Exhibitor & Sponsor Registration Info

Exhibitors and Sponsors –  Please contact Joe Opauski at for more information on being an exhibitor.

Levels of Sponsorship:

  • Exhibitor (includes 2 conference attendees, display table or space for booth, logo) $350.00
  • Lunch Sponsor (includes name in brochure, signage with logo at lunch) $300.00
  • Breakfast Sponsor (includes name in brochure, signage with logo at breakfast) $200.00
  • Break Sponsor (includes name in brochure, signage with logo at break) $200.00
  • Contributor (includes name in brochure) $100.00
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