Diane Miskowski, MPH, has her Bachelor of Science degree from Rutgers University-Cook College in Environmental Science with a focus on Environmental Microbiology and a Master of Public Health degree in Environmental Health from Johns Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health. She has over 40 years’ experience in the areas of Microbiology, Laboratory Management, and Industrial Hygiene with a focus on aerobiology and exposure to pathogens. Diane has worked as an Industrial Hygienist with OSHA, Temple University, and several consulting firms focusing on workplace exposure to bacterial pathogens and fungi.
She was Co-Chair on the Monitoring Committee for the Centers of Disease Control Model Aquatic Health Code Steering Committee to develop microbiological monitoring guidelines for recreational water features such as water parks and water sprays. She has extensive experience on the monitoring and remediation of Legionella, biofilm and sewage contamination. She has presented and published on numerous topics including Legionella, Bacteroides, Environmental Mycology, and Sampling Strategies for Microbiological Assessments.