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Featured Dinner Speaker: Distinguished Lecturer, Dr. Stephanie Taylor

Join us on February 19, 2020!

Theme: Joint ASHE Meeting & Membership Promotion Night
Featured Topics: Discussing A1yths and Facts about Legionnaires; Water Efficiency and 1Vew Pretreatment Technology; Putting People First, Managing IAQfor Occupant Health

Register here to attend!

Schedule
Time Event
3:15 PM - 5:45 PM PES
5:45 PM - 6:30 PM Social
6:30 PM - 7:15 PM Dinner
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM Presentation
7:45 PM - 8:15 PM Wrap-up
8:15 PM Adjourn
Costs
PES Dinner
ASHRAE Student Members $20 $20
Paid NCC Dues with Reservation** $40 $30
Paid NCC Dues without Reservation $40 $55
Guests with Reservation** $40 $45
Guests & Non-ASHRAE Individuals without Reservation $40 $55
** NCC members and guests who register before noon Friday, February 14th will receive a significant discount on the full price of dinner!!

PES Presentation Topic Part 1:

Discussing Myths and Facts about Legionnaires

Anyone designing and maintaining HVAC systems should know about Legionella pneumophila: the bacterium responsible for causing Legionnaires' Disease. Recent outbreaks of Legionnaires' have revealed just how little people know about the disease. Part I of this PES will discuss the cause of Legionnaires· Disease, how il is discovered, and how it can be prevented in evaporative cooling systems.

PES Part 1: Speaker Bios

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Dustin Cohick

Dustin Cohick has been in the industrial and commercial water treatment industry for over IO years. holding various sales, service and management roles. In 2014. Dustin joined EV APCO where he currently serves as the Product Manager for Water Systems Sales and Marketing. In 2019, he was voted onto the ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 188 for Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems.

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Hung K. Cheung, MD, MPH

Dr. Cheung is currently the Founder and President of FACOEM. He has led hundreds of environmental and toxicological investigations. A former Maryland State Medical Director, he is a faculty member at the University of Pennsylvania. Perelman School of Medicine. A Fellow of the American College and
Environmental Medicine, he is also Board Certified in both Internal Medicine and Preventive Medicine.

Dr. Cheung currently serves on the Advisory Panel for the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Hygiene and Public Health Department of Environmental Health Sciences for their summer institute and Board of Directors for Healthy Housing Solutions, Inc. He has served with the Maryland Governor's Task Force on Indoor Air Quality, the Baltimore City Healthy Homes Advisory Board and completing a major epidemiological investigational study for the Department of Defense.

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