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Scott C. Collingwood, PhD

Languages spoken: English

Academic Information

Departments: Pediatrics - Research Associate Professor

Divisions: Pediatric Administration

Academic Office Information

Dr. Scott Collingwood joined the Department of Pediatrics in 2009 in the capacity of Director, Environmental Monitoring for the University’s National Children’s Study (NCS) sites and as Assistant Professor. Today, Dr. Collingwood manages operational aspects, research and data collection associated with the NCS at both Salt Lake County and Cache County study sites. In the past two years, Dr. Collingwood has secured additional funding amounting to $2.15M from NIH for formative research aimed at informing the NCS.

Dr. Collingwood received his undergraduate degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Iowa and worked in business and industry for a decade before returning to earn a PhD in Occupational & Environmental Health. His research and scholarly activities began in earnest at the University of Utah in 2005 when he joined the faculty at the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational & Environmental Health (DFPM)—a graduate training and research program. His research focuses on novel methods of exposure monitoring—specifically using direct reading instrumentation to provide accurate and real-time exposure estimates for airborne contaminants. In professional service, Dr. Collingwood is active nationally and locally serving in leadership and officer roles for the American Industrial Hygiene Association.

Education History

Other Training University of Iowa
Research Skills & Teaching for Health Scientists
Other Training University of Minnesota
Aerosol & Particle Measurement
Other Training Nova Gorica Polytechnic
Environmental Epidemiology
Doctoral Training University of Iowa, College of Pubilc Health
Industrial Hygiene--Occupational & Environmental Health
Undergraduate University of Iowa, College of Engineering
Industrial Engineering

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Education History

Type School Degree
Other Training Nova Gorica Polytechnic
Environmental Epidemiology