Environmental & Occupational Health (EOH) Staff
Director of Environmental & Occupational Health | Morrison’s interests lie in health and safety management systems, integration of occupational health and medicine and indoor air quality.
Ergonomics Program Coordinator | Content coming soon!
Medical Program Assistant
Industrial Hygiene Specialist | Cebula’s current focus at UHS includes hearing conservation, respiratory protection, indoor air quality, formaldehyde, and bloodborne pathogens.
Occupational Health Program Assistant | Clark provides administrative and data support to Environmental and Occupational Health staff.
Training and Communications Coordinator | Cordes develops and delivers Environmental and Occupational Health content with and for campus stakeholders in the classroom, online and at events.
Occupational Health Team Manager | Hentschel oversees that the campus maintains public health requirements relating to food, drinking water, recreational water, and indoor air quality on campus.
Industrial Hygiene Program Manager | Kostle’s current focus is management of compliance programs within EOH and Occupational Medicine units including respirator, animal contact, and bloodborne pathogens.
Occupational Medicine Nurse Manager | Malak specializes in occupational health concerns of students, faculty and staff in academic research areas.
Industrial Hygiene Specialist | Content coming soon!
Environmental Health Specialist | Steele’s areas of responsibility include food safety, indoor air quality, and water quality.
Environmental Health Specialist | Ben specializes in evaluating environmental and occupational health concerns including chemical fume hood testing, indoor air quality investigations and exposure monitoring.
Occupational Medicine Physician | Dr. Wilmeth serves research and facilities employees with potentially hazardous exposure concerns about their job tasks and in their workplace in the UHS Occupational Medicine clinic.
Environmental Health Specialist | Wojciuk specializes in food and recreational inspection and regulation. She believes that a healthy living and working environment is essential to students and staff at UW-Madison.