April L Ames



  • April Ames, PhD, CIH joined the faculty of the University of Toledo in 2014. She earned a BS in Environmental Geography from Ohio University, a Master of Science in Occupational Health (MSOH) from the Medical College of Ohio, and a PhD in Spatially Integrated Social Sciences from the University of Toledo.

    Prior to joining the faculty at the University of Toledo she was a research manager on a USDA funded grant at the University of Toledo (Geography and Planning). She also worked as an Environmental and Occupational Health Consultant at Delta Environmental, Inc.

    Dr. Ames teaches in both the ABET-ANSAC accredited MSOH program and the CEPH accredited Master of Public Health (MPH) degree program. She teaches and coordinates Occupational Health, Chemical Agents, Environmental Health, Risk Assessment, and Biostatistics. She also teaches in Physical Agents (noise) and Hazard Control (calculations related to ventilation control).

    Her research interests include assessment of occupational exposure to hazardous agents; environmental health including emerging contaminants, and related spatial science.

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  • April L Ames


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