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Dr. Tom Hesterberg MBA

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Principal Toxicologist

Phone: (501) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.com
Local Address: Denver, Colorado, United States
Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health , L.L.C.
5120 North Shore Drive
North Little Rock, Arkansas 72118
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MBA
    University of Denver
  • PhD , toxicology
    UC Davis
  • BS , biology
    UCLA
  • MS , physiology
    UCLA
  • Ph.D.
18 Total References
Web References
Dr. Tom Hesterberg Joins ...
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Dr. Tom Hesterberg Joins CTEH ® Team
CTEH® Continues to Grow Toxicology Resources with Hiring of Particulate and Fiber Expert, Dr. Tom Hesterberg
The Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health (CTEH®) is pleased to announce the hiring of Dr. Tom Hesterberg as Senior Toxicologist for the company. Dr. Hesterberg brings over 24 years of toxicological experience (including diesel exhaust, asbestos and manmade fibers) to CTEH team. This hire reinforces our dedication to providing highly technical and highly responsive professionals to evaluate and develop solutions to a wide variety of human health and environmental issues.
Before coming on board at CTEH, Dr. Hesterberg spent 10 years at Navistar, Inc., the largest manufacturer of trucks and engines in the US, where he served as Director of Product Stewardship, Sustainability, and Environmental Health. At Navistar, Dr. Hesterberg oversaw the evaluation of the potential health, safety and environmental risks related to the use of diesel trucks and engines. Dr. Hesterberg has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals on the potential health effects of chemicals and particles (including diesel exhaust particles) to which humans are exposed. He has served on numerous health assessment and toxicology review panels for government agencies, including the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the US Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources Board, the National Toxicology Program, the Department of Energy, the German MAK Kommission, and the UK Medical Research Council.
In prior positions he served as a Director of Health, Safety and Environment and directed a research program to assess the potential carcinogenicity of man-made fibers, including fiberglass. Findings from the research program led to downgrading of some man-made fibers to "not classifiable as carcinogenic" by IARC.
Dr. Hesterberg has a BS in biology and an MS in physiology from UCLA, a PhD in toxicology from UC Davis, and an MBA from the University of Denver. He completed postdoctoral studies at the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).
Dr. Tom Hesterberg Joins ...
www.cteh.com, 11 May 2010 [cached]
Dr. Tom Hesterberg Joins CTEH ® Team
Technical Council
www.awma.org, 18 June 2010 [cached]
Thomas W. Hesterberg Director, Product Stewardship Navistar, Inc. 4201 Winfield Road WARRENVILLE, IL 60555 USA Phone: 312-927-2697 Fax: 303-933-4438
Navistar - Who We Are - Research
www.navistar.com, 12 July 2014 [cached]
Health EffectsIn 2011, Dr. Hesterberg and Dr. Bunn co-authored a chapter entitled "Potential Health Effects of Exposure to Diesel Engine Exhausts" which was published in the Praeger Handbook of Environmental Health, Volume III: Water Quality, Air Quality, and Solid Waste Disposal.
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Under the auspices of the Air and Waste Management Association, Navistar's Dr. Thomas Hesterberg organized and chaired a conference on diesel exhaust, in October 2005 in Chicago, with a dual focus on public policy and health studies of diesel exhaust.
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Topic Details 2012Diesel Exhaust Health Effects Research and Regulation: A Historical Overview. (Hesterberg, TW) read more2012Evaluation of Carcinogenic Hazard of Diesel Engine Exhaust Needs to Consider Revolutionary Changes in Diesel Technology. (McClellan, RO) read more More Publications & Scholarly Papers
Research Initiatives Topic Details Impact of New Engine TechnologyAn article developed by Navistar, published in 2009 by the journal Environmental Management, outlines reductions in exhaust emissions achieved through the use of new International® Green Diesel Technology® engines, compared with older engines. In 2011, Navistar published a paper that shows emissions from New Technology Diesel engines are dramatically reduced compared to older diesel engines. In fact, emissions from the newer diesel engines, which are 99.9 percent water vapor and carbon dioxide, are more comparable to emissions from compressed natural gas (CNG) engines). Health EffectsIn 2011, Dr. Hesterberg and Dr. Bunn co-authored a chapter entitled "Potential Health Effects of Exposure to Diesel Engine Exhausts" which was published in the Praeger Handbook of Environmental Health, Volume III: Water Quality, Air Quality, and Solid Waste Disposal.
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Under the auspices of the Air and Waste Management Association, Navistar's Dr. Thomas Hesterberg organized and chaired a conference on diesel exhaust, in October 2005 in Chicago, with a dual focus on public policy and health studies of diesel exhaust.
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These findings were also presented at a panel session organized by Dr. Thomas Hesterberg at the Air and Waste Management Association's annual conference.
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Ozone FormationIn 2006, Dr. Hesterberg organized an AWMA panel on the impact of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) levels in cities on the formation of ozone in those cities.
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In 2002 our unique approach to product development was embodied in a formal Product Stewardship program, which is led by Dr. Thomas Hesterberg, director of product stewardship and environmental health.
Thomas Hesterberg, Ph.D., ...
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Thomas Hesterberg, Ph.D., MBA
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Thomas Hesterberg, Ph.D., MBA Principal Toxicologist
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Dr. Hesterberg brings over 24 years of toxicological experience (including diesel exhaust, asbestos and and manmade fibers) to CTEH® team. This hire reinforces our dedication to providing highly technical and highly responsive professionals to evaluate and develop solutions to a wide variety of human health and environmental issues.
Before coming on board at CTEH®, Dr. Hesterberg spent 10 years at Navistar, Inc., the largest manufacturer of trucks and engines in the US, where he served as Director of Product Stewardship, Sustainability, and Environmental Health. At Navistar, Dr. Hesterberg oversaw the evaluation of the potential health, safety and environmental risks related to the use of diesel trucks and engines. Dr. Hesterberg has published over 100 papers in peer-reviewed journals on the potential health effects of chemicals and particles (including diesel exhaust particles) to which humans are exposed. He has served on numerous health assessment and toxicology review panels for government agencies, including the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the US Environmental Protection Agency, the California Air Resources Board, the National Toxicology Program, the Department of Energy, the German MAK Kommission, and the UK Medical Research Council.
In prior positions he served as a Director of Health, Safety and Environment and directed a research program to assess the potential carcinogenicity of man-made fibers, including fiberglass. Findings from the research program led to downgrading of some man-made fibers to "not classifiable as carcinogenic" by IARC.
Dr. Hesterberg has a BS in biology and an MS in physiology from UCLA, a PhD in toxicology from UC Davis, and an MBA from the University of Denver. He completed postdoctoral studies at the National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).
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