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Dr. Dale Stephenson on a mule at a research mining site.

Dr. Dale Stephenson on a mule at a research mining site.

History
The Stephenson Exposure Science (SES) Lab was founded at Boise State University in 2006 and moved to its current location in the Environmental Research Building in 2013. The SES Laboratory is affiliated with the School of Allied Health Sciences housed in the College of Health Sciences.

Research Aims
The aims of our research are to (1) evaluate airborne exposure risk, (2) apply innovative control strategies to prevent/mitigate/reduce risk and (3) provide sound and cost-effective recommendations to ensure that human exposures to airborne contaminants do not adversely affect human health.

Lab Administration
The SES Lab is run and managed by Dr. Dale Stephenson (Professor and Director of the School of Allied Health Sciences). Dr. Cynthia Curl with the Department of Community and Environmental Health at Boise State University is a collaborating researcher in the lab. Two research assistants, Ms. Emily Zamzow and Ms. Jessica Porter, both graduates of Boise State’s BS Environmental and Occupational Health program, are currently employed in the lab.