James H. Stewart, PhD, CIH, CSP

Instructor on Industrial Hygiene (ret.)
Department of Environmental Health
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Dr. Stewart received his Ph.D. in Environmental Health/Toxicology (minor in Epidemiology) from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 1992. He also holds a Master’s degree in Chemistry and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health. He has served as a Plant, Division and Corporate Director/Manager of Environmental Health and Safety for several large multinational organizations/companies, and Director of Environmental Health and Safety for Harvard University and as well as a Compliance Officer (Industrial Hygienist) with U.S. OSHA.

Dr. Stewart is certified in Comprehensive Practice of Industrial Hygiene and is also a Certified Safety Professional. He has 39 years of experience as an active member of the environmental health and safety profession. He is the author of professional articles and several books in the area of industrial hygiene, safety, risk assessment of carcinogens, mathematical modeling and management of environmental health and safety programs. Dr. Stewart has served on two National Academy of Science Committees as an industrial hygiene and safety expert. He has also served as testifying and consulting experts in many torts for both defendants and plaintiffs.

Dr. Stewart is also an Instructor in the Harvard University School of Public Health’s Occupational Hygiene Program.