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Credentials, Publications, and Education

Professional Credentials

  • Clinical Environmental Medicine Training-IT (Drs. Walter Crinnion, Lyn Patrick, and AnneMarie Fine)

  • Certified Registered Environmental Health Specialist / Registered Sanitarian (NEHA)

  • Certified Electromagnetic Radiation Safety Specialist

  • Certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant-IT
  • Certified Professional Food Safety (NEHA)

  • Permaculture Design Certificate (Environmental & Sustainability Design)

  • and more...

Publications (selected):

  • Davis DL, Bunn BE. (2015).  Chapter 4: “Environmental Causes of Cancer”, in Janice M. Phillips and Barbara Holmes Damron (Eds.), Cancer and Health Policy: Advancements and Opportunities. Pittsburgh: Oncology Nursing Society

 

  • Stein AW, Bunn BE, Davis DL, Riley K, Scott S., Stadner, A. (2015). Low EMF Best Practices For Indoor Environmental Quality In School Classrooms: The Importance Of Implementing Existing NEC Electrical Building Codes And Other Feasible Best Practices To Reduce Non-ionizing Radiation Exposures From Electromagnetic Fields From Wiring And Other Common Electrical Devices To Protect Health And Safety Of Children And Teachers.  University of Colorado, Boulder and International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate

 

  • Bunn BE, Ogawa KB, Spicer S. (2009).  Indianapolis Food Charter.  Food Coalition of Central Indiana.  

Public Speaking (selected: invited speaker, presenter, panelist, or moderator):

  • 2017  Invited Speaker & Presenter, Communities Collaborative Brain Development Conference, "Every Student                      Succeeds," Mahnomen, MN.  “Electromagnetic Radiation: Are Cell Phones, Wi-Fi, & Dirty Electricity an Invisible              Threat to Our Children's Health?”  

  • 2017  Presenter, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine. “Electromagnetic Radiation & Medicine:  Epidemiology,        Etiology, Identification, and Prevention”

  • 2015  Invited Speaker & Presenter, “Healthy Buildings & Homes: Learning Begins with a Healthy Building.”  Healthy

            Buildings 2015 America, University of Colorado, Boulder and International Society of Indoor Air Quality and Climate

  • 2014  Invited Speaker & Presenter, San Carlos Apache Tribe Annual Meetings, “Ebola: Risks, Challenges,

            Opportunities, and Essential Information for the Community”

  • 2014  Invited Speaker & Presenter, Communities Collaborative Brain Development Conference: "Empowering

            Children," Mahnomen, MN. “Life Disrupted: Endocrine Disruptors in Early Childcare.”

  • 2014  Invited Presenter, Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Epidemiology Center, Annual Meeting, “Endocrine Disruptors in our         Schools and Communities.”

  • 2012  Invited Presenter, First Annual Public Health and Research Symposium, Fairbanks School of Public Health,

             Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis

  • 2011  Invited Moderator, Neighbor Power! Conference, “It Starts With a Seed,” University of Indianapolis

  • 2010  Invited Moderator, Food for Thought Conference, “Challenges of Buying Local,” Indiana University Purdue

             University at Indianapolis

  • 2007  Invited Debate Panelist: “Teaching Intelligent Design in Public Science Classrooms” (representing

             the IUPUI Anthropology and Philosophy Departments), IUPUI, 2007

  • 1999  Invited Speaker, University of Pennsylvania - Yitzhak Rabin’s Legacy, with Israeli MK Yael Dayan

  • 1999  Invited Panelist, The Future of Zionism, University of Maryland, College Park, with Judy Widetzky 

  • 1999  Invited Speaker and Presenter, Annual Gala, American Jewish League for Israel, Boynton Beach, FL

  • 1997  Invited Speaker, Root and Branch Society, Jerusalem, with Ka’are Christianson, Nobel Peace Prize Committee

  • 1997  Invited Presenter, General Assembly, United Jewish Communities & Jewish Federations of North America,

             Indiana Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN

  • 1997  Invited Presenter, Machon Masa, with Michael Elkins, Jerusalem, Israel

Education (selected):

Medical (Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine)  

  Name of Course (Hours)  

  • Environmental Medicine I (2.5)

  • Biochemistry & Genetics (13)

  • Microbiology & Immunology I (11)

  • Anatomy: Embryology, Histology, Neuroanatomy (23)*

  • Physiology, Human & Endocrinology (16)*

  • Pathology & Differential Diagnosis (16)

  • Clinical Practicum (12)*

  • Physical Medicine & Orthopedics (6)*
  • Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture (4.5)*

  • Research (2)

  • Natural Medicine, Philosophy & History of (9)    

  • Integrated Case Studies Application (3)
  • Mind Body Medicine: Fundamentals of Mind-Body Medicine (2)

Relevant Undergraduate Coursework (Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis and Bloomington campuses):    

  • Permaculture (Learning from Nature) (3)*

  • Medical Anthropology, Seminar in (3)          

  • Disease (Infectious & Chronic) & Human Evolution (3)

  • Philosophy of Science (3)

  • Anthropology of Food (3)

  • Ecology and Evolution (3)        

  • Nutrition Essentials (3)                         

  • Nutrition Fundamentals (3)                    

  • Chemistry, General & Inorganic (10)*

  • Chemistry, Organic (10)*

  • Biology (5)*

  • Physics (10)* 

  • Physiology, Human (5)*

  • Anatomy, Human (5)*
  • Microeconomics (3)

Public Health (Indiana University School of Medicine; Fairbanks School of Public Health; Indiana University School of Public Health)

  Name of Course (Hours)  

   Epidemiology Concentration

  • Observational Studies, Design & Implementation (3)

  • Infectious Disease Epidemiology (3)                          

  • Nutritional Epidemiology (3)

  • Cancer Epidemiology (3)

  • Epidemiology, Fundamentals (3)

  • Epidemiology, Advanced  (3)            

  • Biostatistics for Public Health, I (3)

  • Biostatistics for Public Health, II (3)

   Environmental Concentration

  • Exposure Assessment & Control (3)

  • Toxicology & Risk Assessment, Advanced Readings (3)**

  • Toxicology, Principles of (3) 

  • Epidemiology, Environmental (3) 

  • Environmental Health Risk Assessment (3)                         

  • Environmental Science in Public Health (3)Geographic Information Systems (GIS) (3)

  • Public Health Applications of GIS (3)**

   Other

  • Social & Behavioral Science in Public Health (3) 

  • U.S. Health Care System & Health Policy (3)

  • Public Health & Emergency Preparedness (3)

* = with lab     ** = audit or unofficial