Principal Scientist of May Indoor Air Investigations, LLC (Tyngsborough, MA), Jeffrey C. May has been investigating indoor air quality problems in residential buildings, office spaces and schools for over 25 years, and has collected and examined by microscopy more than 35,000 air and dust samples. A nationally recognized speaker, he has given presentations to the Boston Society of Architects, Harvard School of Public Health, the EPA, Massachusetts General Hospital, Journal of Light Construction’s annual conference, and American Lung Association, among others. He has been a regular presenter at IAQA conferences since 2001.
Jeff’s memberships include IAQA, ASHRAE, and NE-AIHA. A former Adjunct Professor in the Department of Work Environment at U MA Lowell and former member of the National Board of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Jeff is on the Board of the Massachusetts Association of the Chemically Injured. Author of four books on IAQ, including My House is Killing Me! and The Mold Survival Guide, Jeff is licensed in FL and in NH as a mold assessor, is a Certified Microbial Consultant (American Council for Accredited Certification), and a certified Indoor Air Quality Professional (Association of Energy Engineers). He holds a B.A. (chemistry) from Columbia and an M.A. (organic chemistry) from Harvard.
- Fungal Colonization of Fiberglass Ceiling Insulation
- Moisture and Leak Investigations
- Investigating Odors
- Myths and Scams
- Impact of Pets and Pests on IAQ
- The Role of the Industrial Hygienist – A Perspective
- Cool Air and Indoor Fresh Air are Killing Us: Who is Negligent?
- Are You Missing Something? Another Perspective on IAQ
- Problems and Solutions: Indoor Air Quality in New England Residential Construction
- Does Sampling for Mold Tell the Truth?
- Indoor Allergy Assessment: Why? What? Where?
- Healthy Home Tips
- Under-Recognized Sources of Bioaerosol
- Indoor Allergy Assessments
- Investigating Strange Building Odors