Dr. James R. Millette has worked in environmental/toxicology/particulate studies since 1972, using microscopy analysis techniques. Dr. Millette’s experience includes 11 years as a research scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, 5 years at McCrone Environmental Services in Atlanta and 24 years is an Executive Director of MVA Scientific Consultants in Duluth, Georgia performing and supervising analysis of particulates using microscopic techniques.
Dr. Millette has over 70 publications and book chapters that have appeared in a numerous journals including Environmental Health Perspectives, Journal of Analytical Toxicology, Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Journal of the American Water Works Association, Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Science of the Total Environment, Electron Microscopy, and The Microscope. He has presented reports of his scientific work at national and international meetings, including conferences of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, American Industrial Hygiene Association, American Society for Testing and Materials, Electron Microscopy Society, and several Symposia of the Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Dr. Millette is a Fellow of ASTM-International and serves as Vice-Chair for Air Quality. He is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Scientists. He is board certified as a forensic engineer by the International Board of Forensic Engineering Sciences. Dr. Millette received the Snider Lifetime Achievement Award from Environmental Information Association in March 2013.
Dr. Millette received a BS from the University of Dayton, an M.En from Miami University (Ohio), and a Ph.D. from Cincinnati University.