- Full Name
- James L. Repace
Jame Repace has conducted research on indoor air pollution from secondhand smoke (SHS) for nearly 30 years, publishing more than 60 scientific papers. He was a science policy analyst and staff scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from 1979 to 1998. James is now in private practice as an international secondhand smoke consultant.
Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, BSc. Physics, 1962
MSc. Physics 1968
Post-masters study in physics:
University of Maryland 1969
Catholic University 1970-1972.
1979-1986 Policy Analyst Science Policy Staff ; Office of Air & Radiation, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
1986-1993 Policy Analyst Indoor Air Division, Office of Radiation & Indoor air; U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
1993-1994 Physicist Exposure Assessment Group, Office of Research & Development, U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
1994-1995 Policy Analyst Health Standards Division, OSHA, U.S. Dept. of Labor, Washington, DC
1995-1997 Policy Analyst Indoor Air Division, Office of Radiation & Indoor air; U.S. EPA, Washington, DC
1998-present Scientific Consultant Repace Associates, Inc., Secondhand Smoke Consultant
- Repace Associates
- Key Publications
Repace JL, and Lowrey AH. Indoor Air Pollution, Tobacco Smoke, and Public Health. SCIENCE 208: 464-474 (1980).
Repace JL, and Lowrey AH. Tobacco Smoke, Ventilation, and Indoor Air Quality. ASHRAE TRANSACTIONS 88: Part I, 895-914 (1982).
Repace JL. Respirable Particles and Carcinogens in the Air of Delaware Hospitality Venues Before and After a Smoking Ban. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 46:887-905 (2004).
- Member for
- 10 years 10 months