Dr. Vincent Coluccio
has 24 years of professional consulting and training experience in the field of lead risk management
and has served as an expert in over 700 lead toxic tort cases
- on behalf of both families and property owners. He conducted extensive field investigations as a US EPA Certified Lead Based Paint Risk Assessor / Inspector and also served as trainer for this certification. Dr. Coluccio served as Lecturer on Foreign Sources of Lead Exposure for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, conveying best practices to health department personnel nationwide on assessing cultural sources of lead exposures, and has provided lead-based paint risk management services to property owners nationwide.
Dr. Coluccio received his Doctorate in Public Health (Environmental Sciences)
, with Distinction, from Columbia University School of Public Health. He is a Fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine and the Royal Society of Medicine, United Kingdom. In addition to his private consulting practice, Dr. Coluccio was appointed to Disaster Preparedness Committee of Town of Red Hook, New York, the New York City Lead Poisoning Prevention Technical Advisory Committee, the Council on the Environment of New York City, and the New York City Advisory Committee on Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention. He is co-founder and first President of the Lead and Environmental Health Association, and editor and co-author of the textbook Lead-Based Paint Hazards: Assessment and Management, published in 1994 by Van Nostrand Reinhold Publishers.
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Vincent Coluccio, DrPH (Editor, Co-Author)
This detailed, user-friendly approach to assessing and controlling lead hazards in housing, schools, day-care centers, and commercial and industrial settings combines the author's expertise on the subject with a practical approach to real-world procedures, emphasizing key provisions of federal, state, and local regulations. 20 illustrations.
Vincent Coluccio, DrPH (Co-Author), et al
From November 4 through December 11, 2001, environmental samples were collected in and around 30 residential buildings in lower Manhattan. In addition, four buildings above 59th Street were sampled and used as a comparison area for this investigation. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (NYC DOHMH) and the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) conducted this limited investigation with support and collaboration from the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps Readiness Force and the World Trade Center Environmental Assessment Working Group.
Vincent Coluccio, DrPH (Expert Author), Alan Kaminsky and Karen Campbell (Editors)
Learn about the current issues affecting lead paint, asbestos, and Chinese drywall litigation cases with this book. Written from both the plaintiff and defense perspective, the guide offers advice on defending a case and a state-by-state summary for comparison and the future of each of these unique litigation issues. It also includes strategies for the defense when trying a case and identifies issues that often arise or should be considered when prosecuting.
Vincent Coluccio, DrPH (Expert Author), Alan Kaminsky, et al (Editors)
Develop the Winning Strategy in a Lead Poisoning Lawsuit A Complete Guide to Lead Paint Poisoning Litigation will help you effectively handle a lead paint poisoning case, providing you with valuable strategies, techniques, and useful checklists.