Carl F. Blackman, Ph.D.

Dr. Blackman, a Research Scientist in the Environmental Carcinogenesis Division of the US Environmental Protection Agency, trained at Brookhaven National Laboratory (1969-1970), and joined the EPA in 1970. He is one of six founders in 1978 of the Bioelectromagnetics Society and is currently a Full Member. He served on the World Health Organization committee to evaluate the health implications of radiofrequency radiation exposure, on a committee of the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) to evaluate the carcinogenic potential of low frequency electric and magnetic fields in 2001, and as chair of the genetic studies group of the ANSI/IEEE committee that issued the US 1992 Radiofrequency Radiation exposure guidelines. He has also served on the US National Council of Radiation and Measurement's committee, to evaluate the potential health effects of low frequency electric and magnetic fields.

Dr. Blackman is a member of the American Society for Cell Biology, American Society for Photobiology, the Biophysics Society, Bioelectromagnetics Society, European BioElectromagnetics Association, and the Society for In Vitro Biology. He is co-author of 56 peer-reviewed publications, 22 book chapters, 54 invited presentations, and 130 abstracts.