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Curriculum Vitae

J. David Miller

Born   Saint John, New Brunswick, 1953


B.Sc.  1975  University of New Brunswick, Biology  (Chemistry)
M.Sc.  1978  University of New Brunswick, Biology (completed 08, 1977)
M.Sc.  1978  University of Portsmouth, Biodeterioration of Materials
Ph.D.  1981  University of New Brunswick, Biology (O'Brien Foundation Fellowship)
NATO Science Fellow  1981-82  University of Portsmouth


Agriculture Canada 1982-1998
Senior Research Scientist (SE-RES-03) 1990; (SE-RES-04) 1991
Fusarium mycotoxin program study area leader 1988-1997
Visiting Professor, Carleton University, 1997-2000
Professor & NSERC IRC 2001-
Visiting Scientist, Health Canada, 1999-2007


AgExellence award 1993
Ministry of Agriculture of China S&T award 1995
Scott Award, Toxicology Forum (Washington) 1998
Ottawa Life Sciences Council Applied Research Award 2002
AIHA Awards for contributions to industrial Hygiene 2005, 2008, 2010
2013......Elected Fellow, American Industrial Hygiene Association.
2016......Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada. "Synergy" Award

Selected Committees

Board of Directors, Toxicology Forum, (Washington, 1991-2016), Toxicology Study Review Committee, US FDA (92-99), American Industrial Hygiene Association Biosafety Committee (95-present), NSERC Collaborative Health Research Committee (1999-2003), CDC Panel on pulmonary hemosiderosis (2000), WHO committee on Biological Contaminants (2000-2003), IARC Monograph 86 (2001-02), CDC Expert Panel on interventions in homes to improve health (2007-2010), Associate Editor, Mycopathologia (2002-2011), Editorial Board, Environmental Health Perspectives (2004-2009); NSERC CREATE committee (2011-), AAAAI Practice Guideline panel for environmental health (2008-2016); IARC panel on mycotoxins in developing countries (2009-2016), 83rd Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives and Contaminants (2016)

Invited or plenary lectures

Many invited university/industry/government department lectures throughout Canada and the US as well as in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Benin, Brazil, China, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Norway, Malaysia, Netherlands, Philippines, South Africa, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Tunisia, UK, Uruguay.

Last 6 years:

2011 MYCORED Africa (Cape Town), University of Manitoba, International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate (Austin, TX), Gordon Research Conference (Colby College, ME), Toxicology Forum (Aspen), Symposium on Global Public Health, US FDA (Little Rock, AR), MYCORED Latin America (Mendoza, Argentina); 2012 American Industrial Hygiene Association (Indianapolis, IN), Environmental Mutagen Society (Seattle, WA), City University of Hong Kong, 8th IUPAC International Symposium on Mycotoxins, opening plenary (Rotterdam), US Fusarium consortium (Orlando), Symposium sur les mycotoxines (Boucherville); 2013 G. Malcolm Trout Visiting Scholar Lecture (Michigan State University), Mycored 2013 (Martina Franca, Italy), Department of Plant Pathology/Plant-Microbe Biology (Cornell University), Sloan Foundation Building Microbes Symposium, (U Colorado, Boulder), U Saskatchewan Symposium on Fusarium & Ergot (Saskatoon), International Union of Microbiology Societies (Montreal), American Association of Cereal Chemists (Providence), World Mycotoxin Forum (Vienna); 2015 Department of Chemistry (Mt. Allison University), NAFTA Commission for Environmental Cooperation (Montreal); 2016 ACS symposium on mycotoxins (San Diego), Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (Addis Ababa), Fungi and global challenges (Royal Netherlands Academy of Sciences), Department of Systems Biology, DTU, Sloan Foundation Building Microbes Symposium, (U Colorado, Boulder), IUPAC/World Mycotoxin Forum (Winnipeg)    

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