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Member of the Science Advisory Panel
CIIT Centers for Health Research
Purdue University Dioxin Research Advisory Panel
Member On EMF Research
Science and Technology
Academy of Toxicological Sciences
Executive Board Member
The Colorado Energy Research Collaboratory
Colorado Cleantech Industry Association
Center for Science in the Public Interest
Rocky Mountain Innosphere
The Colorado Public Policy Institute
Ft Collins Business Incubator
CSU Vice President for Research and Engagement and A Nonvoting Member of the Board
Colorado State University Research Foundation
Co-Chair of the Advisory Committee
Joint Research Institute
Co-Chair of the Advisory Committee
Member of the Executive Board
Colorado Renewable Energy Collaboratory
Member the Board of Directors
Chair of A Standing Committee On Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions of the National Research Council
National Academy of Sciences
American Occupational Therapy Foundation Inc
Deputy Assistant Administrator, Science
Executive Secretary of the Ad Hoc Working Group On Risk Assessment and Co-Chair of the Committee On Life Sciences and Health's Subcommittee On Risk Assessment
Federal Coordinating Council on Science Engineering and Technology
William "Bill" Farland earned his undergraduate degree from Loyola University in Los Angeles, and his masters of science in zoology and PhD in cell biology and biochemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles.Dr. Farland currently serves as Senior Vice President for Research at Colorado State University.Previously, he served for nearly thirty years with the Environmental Protection Agency, serving in senior scientific and administrative leadership roles.He is widely published and recognized for his expertise.
In his current capacity, Dr. Farland serves as the chief institutional advocate and facilitator for faculty research activities and is responsible for programmatic excellence in research.Dr. Farland and his wife, Phyllis, reside in Fort Collins, Colorado where he also pursues his passion for fly fishing and she continues her career as a horsewoman and nationally-recognized show hunter and jumper judge.
William H. Farland, PhD TreasurerDr. William Farland joined Colorado State University in 2006 as the Vice President for Research, bringing decades of interdisciplinary research leadership experience to the position.Previously, he was the highest ranking career scientist at the Environmental Protection Agency, serving as Deputy Assistant Administrator for Science in the Office of Research and Development and Director of the Office of the Science Advisor.Farland holds his master's in zoology and his doctorate in cell biology and biochemistry from UCLA.He obtained his bachelor's from Loyola University in Los Angeles.He was awarded an Individual National Research Service Award from the National Cancer Institute to pursue postdoctoral training in DNA Damage and Repair at the University of California-Irvine and at Brookhaven National Laboratory.As Vice President for Research, he serves as the chief institutional advocate and facilitator for faculty research activities and is responsible for programmatic excellence in research.
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Dr. William H. Farland is the Director of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) National Center for Environmental Assessment which has major responsibility for the conduct of chemical specific risk assessments in support of EPA regulatory programs, the development of Agency-wide guidance on risk assessment, and the conduct of research to improve risk assessment.He has served in this position since 1988.Prior to his selection as Office Director, Dr. Farland served as the Director, Carcinogen Assessment Group and Acting Director, Reproductive Effects Assessment Group.Dr. Farland began his EPA career in 1979 as a Health Scientist in the EPA's Office of Toxic Substances.Dr. Farland's career has been characterized by a commitment to the development of national and international approaches to the testing and assessment of the fate and effects of environmental agents.
He currently leads the Agency's multi-year effort to reassess dioxin and related compounds.
Dr. Farland holds a Ph.D. (1976) from UCLA in Cell Biology and Biochemistry, a M.A. (1972) in Zoology from the same institution and a B.S. (1970) from Loyola University, Los Angeles.He was awarded an Individual National Research Service Award from the National Cancer Institute to pursue postdoctoral training in DNA Damage and Repair at the University of California, Irvine and at Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Dr. Farland serves on a number of committees and advisory boards.Within the Federal government he is a member of the National Toxicology Program's (NTP) Executive Committee, EPA Liaison to the Public Health Service Committee to Coordinate Environmental Health and Related Programs (CCEHRP) past Executive Secretary of the Federal Coordinating Council on Science Engineering and Technology's Ad Hoc Working Group on Risk Assessment and co-chair of the Committee on Life Sciences and Health's Subcommittee on Risk Assessment.He is also currently serves on the Office of Science and Technology's Committee on Environment and Natural Resources' (CENR) Risk Assessment Subcommittee.Dr. Farland served as co-chair of the Federal Liaison Group (FLG) to the National Academy of Sciences Committee on Risk Assessment Methods (CRAM).He is also a member of the Science Advisory Panel of the Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology (CIIT), a member of the Science Advisory Panel on EMF Research at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and a member of the Purdue University Dioxin Research Advisory Panel.He has been a member of the Editorial Board for Risk Analysis since 1987.
The American Occupational Therapy Foundation honored Patti Davies, associate professor in the Department of Occupational Therapy, and Bill Farland, vice president for Research at CSU, with two of the foundation's most prestigious awards.
Farland accepted the 2010 Meritorious Service Award for contributions to the organization and the occupational therapy profession.
Farland has served as a member of the foundation's board of directors for 12 years, including two terms as the foundation's treasurer.When Farland joined Colorado State University in September 2006, he was the highest-ranking career scientist at the Environmental Protection Agency.
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