Dr. Dydek specializes in the evaluations of the human health effects of community or occupational exposures to chemical vapors, gases, and dusts including petroleum products, solvents, metals and pesticides. He performs health risk assessments for indoor air exposures to molds, bacteria, and other microorganisms. He has also done product safety evaluations for a variety of medical devices and consumer products. Dr. Dydek has more than thirty years of education and experience in the environmental field including seventeen years with federal and state air pollution regulatory agencies. Please go to www.tox-expert.com for more information.
Education & Licenses
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering (Rice University), Master's Degree in Environmental Science and Engineering (Rice University), Ph.D. in Environmental Science and Engineering (University of North Carolina School of Public Health), Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Toxicology (University of Texas College of Pharmacy). Diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology (D.A.B.T.) and Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.)