Dr. Anne Steinemann

Conducting scientific investigations of the causes and consequences of exposure to pollutants

Developing solutions to reduce pollutant exposures, reduce costs, and improve health

Providing expertise and resources to develop healthier homes, workplaces, schools, and communities

Most of our exposure to harmful pollutants 
comes from everyday sources, such as consumer products. We can reduce significant health risks through relatively simple and cost-effective actions, such as choosing safer products and reducing pollutants indoors. But the medical community, employers, and the public are often unaware of these pollutant sources, their health effects, and ways to reduce exposures.

Dr. Steinemann, an internationally recognized scientist, brings more than 25 years of experience in helping people to create healthier living and working environments. Her expertise covers a range of topics, such as

  • Analyzing consumer products and evaluating ingredients
  • Serving as expert witness and consultant for cases of illness from exposure to products or sick buildings
  • Helping employers and employees develop disability accommodations, such as fragrance-free environments
  • Providing fact sheets and other information to help individuals understand and communicate air quality concerns
  • Evaluating and improving indoor air quality in homes, workplaces, and schools

Many resources are available on this website.

If you would like information on Dr. Steinemann's consulting services, please send an email to drsteinemann@gmail.com   

Anne Steinemann is a Professor at the University of Melbourne, Australia. For her university website, please visit  https://www.findanexpert.unimelb.edu.au/display/person709828

For Dr. Steinemann's CV, please click on the link below

Steinemann CV

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