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Terrance B. Gratton

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Background Information

Employment History

IHS Inc


Captain, Commissioned Corporate

U.S. Public Health Service


Compass Point Researcher

Dallas Indicators


Affiliations

University of North Texas Health Science Center

Emeritus Professor


Delta Omega

Founding Member of the Alpha Sigma Chapter


Science Center School of Public Health

Full-Time Faculty Member At the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health


Chair of the Health Science Center Safety Committee

Several Institutional and Academic Committees


Education

Ph.D.

Public Health and Molly Hollar Wildscape Volunteer


Web References(16 Total References)


fridayletter.asph.org

University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNT HSC) professor Dr. Terrance B. (Terry) Gratton has received the 2009 Walter F. Snyder Award for outstanding achievement in advancing environmental health by NSF International (NSF International, The Public Health and Safety Company) and the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).
Given in honor of NSF's co-founder and first executive director, this award is presented annually to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the environmental health field. This year's award honors Dr. Gratton for his 40-year career within the San Antonio, TX Metropolitan Health Department, the U.S. Public Health Service and the UNT HSC School of Public Health. Prior to joining the UNT HSC's School of Public Health as assistant professor in the department of environmental and occupational health in 2000, Dr. Gratton served in the Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service, where he spent 18 years with the Indian Health Service in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arizona, and five years with the Bureau of Prisons in Fort Worth, Texas. Currently, he teaches the environmental health core courses for the UNT HSC Master of Public Health program and the environmental determinants core courses for the doctoral program. Dr. Gratton is a founding member of the Alpha Sigma Chapter of Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society and has received the Public Health Student Association Award for outstanding contributions to service and events. He has also received an Outstanding Teaching Award from the UNT HSC School of Public Health. He holds a Doctor of Public Health degree from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center, Oklahoma City.


www.nehatraining.org [cached]

Terrance Gratton, RS
Assistant Professor University of N Texas Health Science Center 3500 Camp Bowie Road Fort Worth, TX 76107 Email: tgratton@hsc.unt.edu Tel: (817) 735-5140


www.dallasindicators.org [cached]

Terry Gratton, PhDAssistant Professor of Environmental Sciences, University of North Texas Health Science Center


www.ctmn.org [cached]

Terry Gratton - Emeritus Professor with the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Ph.D. in Public Health and Molly Hollar Wildscape Volunteer
Terry will help us understand how to safely deal with being out in nature and dealing with some of these potential hazards.


greensourcedfw.org

Presenter is Terry Gratton, Emeritus Professor with the University of North Texas Health Science Center, Ph.D. in Public Health and Molly Hollar Wildscape Volunteer.
His past experiences include 23 years with the Commission Corp. of the U.S. Public Health Service where he served with the Indian Health Service in Oklahoma, Kansas and Arizona and with the Bureau of Prisons in Fort Worth. Terry will discuss insects from a public health perspective. He will explore a number of insect vectors that can carry disease.


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