About Us - Dr. Milton Clark, President
During his 25 year career, Dr. Milton Clark has led efforts to evaluate and
solve some of the most challenging environmental problems in the U.S., including
those at large hazardous waste (Superfund) sites in the Great Lakes region.
He is also adjunct professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
at the University of Illinois School of Public Health. Dr. Milton Clark is
an expert in human health risk assessment and is the author of over 150 reports
and publications in the environmental field.
Dr. Milton Clark also specializes in communicating complex environmental
information in simple terms to the general public and media. He is the
recipient of three EPA national gold medals for excellence in environmental
protection. He also received Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award from
the University of Illinois School of Public Health. In addition, Dr.
Milton Clark is an editor of the Journal Human Health and Ecological Risk
Dr. Milton Clark received his doctorate in environmental health science from
the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Kansas in 1979.
Previously, in 1972, he received a B.A. in chemistry and biochemistry also from
the University of Kansas. In 1980, he joined the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency, where he has held senior health and science positions.