Editorial Board



Prof. Hikmet Jamil

Professor
Department of Family Medicine
College of Human Medicine
Michigan State University
United States of America


Dr. H Jamil is working as Professor in Department of Family Medicine at Michigan State University. He have received several Awards from different academic institutions, non-profit organizations, WHO and Governmental agency. He has 173 field research publications, Chapter in a book

Dr. H Jamil is working as Professor in Department of Family Medicine at Michigan State University. He have received several Awards from different academic institutions, non-profit organizations, WHO and Governmental agency. He has 173 field research publications, Chapter in a book (Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Arab Americans : Culture, Development, and Health / Chapter 12 Promoting Environmental Health in the Arab American Community) and more than 254 scientific articles. He has given 183 presentations at national & international scientific meetings. He served as an international visiting lecturer twelve times. He was an external examiner for the 'Board in Community Medicine' at the Jordanian Medical Council. Dr. Jamil's research interests include the impact of environmental exposure (work and home) on the health and wellbeing of new Americans (immigrants and refugees) in particular Arab/Chaldean people. He is also engaged in studies of the health effects from tobacco and waterpipe (hookah), and means to counteract the spread of waterpipe smoking among adolescents.
Prof. James Harold Clarke

Professor
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Vanderbilt University
United States of America
Tel: 615-322-3897


Dr. James Harold Clarke is Professor of the Practice of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Vanderbilt University. He is a Board Certified Environmental Scientist (BCES) by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists

Dr. James Harold Clarke is Professor of the Practice of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Vanderbilt University. He is a Board Certified Environmental Scientist (BCES) by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists and a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. He received his Ph.D. from The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland in Theoretical Physical Chemistry. Dr. Clarke served on the National Academy of Science Committees on Remediation of Buried and Tank Waste and Tritium Releases from Nuclear Power Plants. He has over 45 years of professional experience with approximately 250 publications and presentations. Dr. Clarke's research interests are in the areas of sustainable and resilient environmental protection, nuclear environmental engineering, environmental risk analysis and performance assessment, the investigation, remediation and long-term management of contaminated sites, and the environmental consequences of energy choices.
Prof. J (Hans) van Leeuwen

Professor
Department of Environmental and Bioengineering
Iowa State University
United States of America
Tel: 515-294-5251


Dr. J (Hans) van Leeuwen is Professor of Environmental and Biological Engineering at Iowa State University, USA. He also worked as Professor and chair in Department of Environmental Engineering, University of New England in Australia. Dr. Leeuwen also worked as Senior

Dr. J (Hans) van Leeuwen is Professor of Environmental and Biological Engineering at Iowa State University, USA. He also worked as Professor and chair in Department of Environmental Engineering, University of New England in Australia. Dr. Leeuwen also worked as Senior lecturer, associate professor and professor at University of Pretoria, South Africa. He also was Founder and CEO, Oz Spirits, LLC; manufacturer of IngeniOz vodka, world’s purest. Dr. Leeuwen has received many awards like International Water Association Global Grand Prize for Applied Research, 2012, Innovator of the Year, R&D Magazine, 2009, Iowa State University Award for Outstanding Achievement in Research, 2009, etc. Dr. Leeuwen's research area is focussed on includes Bioprocess engineering, Pollution prevention, Physical-chemical processing Physical-chemical processing.
Prof. Hanafi Ismail

Dean
School of Materials & Mineral Resources Eng
Nibong Tebal, Penang
Malaysia
Tel: 604-5996113


Dr. Hanafi Ismail is Dean at School of Materials & Mineral Resources Eng in Malaysia. He also worked as Deputy Dean in School of Materials and Mineral, January 2013-December 2015, Resources Engineering, Engineering. Dr. Ismail worked as Professor and Associate professor

Dr. Hanafi Ismail is Dean at School of Materials & Mineral Resources Eng in Malaysia. He also worked as Deputy Dean in School of Materials and Mineral, January 2013-December 2015, Resources Engineering, Engineering. Dr. Ismail worked as Professor and Associate professor in Polymer Engineering Department, School of Materials and Mineral, Resources Engineering, Engineering Campus. Dr. Ismail won many awards, including Khwarizmi International Award 2000 from Iran, APCTT (Asia Pacific) 2000 International Award, ISESCO Prize in Science & Technology 2001, in UAE and Silver medal at the International Exhibition of Invention, New Technologies and Products in Geneva, Switzerland in 2002, 2004 and 2009. Dr. Ismail's research interests includes Polymer Science and Engineering (Rubber, Plastic, Rubber‐Rubber Blends, Rubber‐Plastic Blends, Plastic‐Plastic Blend, Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE’s), Polymer Recycling and Polymer Composites.
Dr. Mary Ann McGarry

Chair
Department of Environmental Science and Policy
Plymouth State University
United Kingdom
Tel: 603-535-3209


Dr. Mary Ann McGarry is Chair and Associate Professor in Department of Environmental Science and Policy at Plymouth State University, United Kingdom. She served as Director of Education for Maine Lakes Conservancy Institute, 2000-2004, and founded Maine Project WET (Water Education

Dr. Mary Ann McGarry is Chair and Associate Professor in Department of Environmental Science and Policy at Plymouth State University, United Kingdom. She served as Director of Education for Maine Lakes Conservancy Institute, 2000-2004, and founded Maine Project WET (Water Education for Teachers) and served as the state coordinator from 1995 to 2005, as part of a joint appointment within the University of Maine higher education system. Dr. McGarry concentrates her research on Etna, one of Europe’s most active volcanoes, which poses a threat to nearby Sicilian villages, and the infamous Vesuvius, looming above the millions of residents in the Naples area. Her research interest includes learning more about human and societal issues that arise during an emerging volcanic crisis
Dr. Claudiu T Lungu

Associate Professor
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
University of Alabama at Birmingham
United States of America
Tel: 205-934-2072


Dr. Claudiu T Lungu is Associate Professor in Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is also Director of the NIOSH funded Deep South Center for Occupational Health and Safety. He

Dr. Claudiu T Lungu is Associate Professor in Department of Environmental Health Sciences and Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Alabama at Birmingham. He is also Director of the NIOSH funded Deep South Center for Occupational Health and Safety. He has received his PhD from University of South Carolina, Columbia, in 1994. He was awarded a research fellowship from the International Atomic Energy Agency and the Dean's Award for Excellence in Mentorship. Dr. Lungu's current research effort is directed towards evaluating environmental and occupational exposures to gasses and vapors, the use of innovative 3D technology for designing respirator face pieces, the use of carbon nanotubes for air sampling involving photo-thermal desorption, the development of novel natural fiber-based composite adsorbent materials for air pollution control and environmental remediation and fabrication and characterization of composite porous particles for water treatment.
Dr. James Phillip Dobrowolski

Watershed Scientist
Rangeland and Grassland Ecosystems
USDA-National Institute of Food and Agriculture
United States of America
Tel: (202)-401-5016


Dr. James Phillip Dobrowolski is a watershed scientist and National Program Leader for Water and Rangeland and Grassland Ecosystems Programs. He also worked as National Program Leader for Agricultural Water Security, One-Half Time IPA, USDA-CSREES, Washington DC. Dr. Dobrowolski worked as

Dr. James Phillip Dobrowolski is a watershed scientist and National Program Leader for Water and Rangeland and Grassland Ecosystems Programs. He also worked as National Program Leader for Agricultural Water Security, One-Half Time IPA, USDA-CSREES, Washington DC. Dr. Dobrowolski worked as Tenured Associate Professor for Teaching, Research, and Extension in Arid Lands Watershed Management, Semiarid and Arid Land Hydrology, Riparian Area and Watershed Restoration, Director of the Watershed Science Unit (15 faculty, 35 students, BS through PhD, 4 years). He was also Director of Watershed Science Unit at Utah State University and was also Assistant Professor in Watershed Science at Utah State University, Logan. Dr. Dobrowolski received his PhD in Hydrology and Watershed Management from Texas A&M University, Master of Science in Rangeland Ecology from Washington State University and Bachelor of Science from the University of California at Davis. Dr. Dobrowolski's topic of expertise are Grasslands and Rangelands, Water, Ecosystems.