Harry A. Milman, Ph.D.
14317 Bauer Drive
Rockville MD, 20853
Internationally recognized consulting / expert witness practice specializing in toxicology, carcinogenesis, pharmacology, and pharmacy. Defense & Plaintiff; Chemicals & Drugs.
Over 40 years experience in toxicology, carcinogenesis, pharmacology, and pharmacy at the US National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health, the US Environmental Protection Agency, as a licensed pharmacist, and as a Consultant/Expert Witness. A principal of his company, an internationally recognized consulting practice serving law firms and the chemical and pharmaceutical industries in the areas of toxicology, carcinogenesis, pharmacology, and Pharmacy Standard of Care. His assistance includes analysis and interpretation of scientific and medical information as well as depositions and jury trial testimony. He is often called as an expert in toxicology for "on-air" television and radio interviews. Profile This expert was licensed, now retired, in pharmacy for over 35 years, and was the first pharmacist at the White Earth Indian Health Center. Served for 10 years as a Research Pharmacologist and Toxicologist at the US National Cancer Institute of the National Institutes of Health and for nearly 20 years as a Senior Toxicologist and Senior Science Advisor at the US Environmental Protection Agency. He has been assisting law firms as an Expert Witness and Consultant in toxicology, carcinogenesis, pharmacology, and Pharmacy Standard of Care since 1998. Areas of expertise include carcinogens, toxic chemicals, organic solvents, lead, drugs of abuse and pharmaceuticals, Pharmacy Standard of Care, DUI, DWI, hazardous substances, morphine, oncology, trichloroethylene, and much, much more. Licenses Was a licensed pharmacist for over 35 years (now retired) in Maryland and New York. Professional Experience Chief Pharmacist, White Earth Indian Health Center (1968-1970); ResearchScientist, Laboratory of Toxicology, US National Cancer Institute/NIH and Senior Pharmacologist/Toxicologist, National Toxicology Program (1970-1980); Senior Toxicologist and Senior Science Advisor, Office of Toxic Substances, US Environmental Protection Agency (1980-1998); President, ToxNetwork.com (1998-present); Former Newsletter Editor (2000-2003) of the National Capital Area Chapter of the Society of Toxicology. Some of His "on-air" television and radio experience includes interviews with (1) WUSA-TV Channel 9 News on the toxicology of lead; (2) Canadian Broadcasting Corp. on the toxicology of various chemical spills; and (3) WJLA-TV Channel 7 News on the toxicology of viagra. Legal Experience Expert Witness and Litigation Support, including depositions and jury trial testimony, in cases involving occupational and home exposure to carcinogens and toxic chemicals; exposure to organic solvents, including trichloroethylene; morphine intoxication; medical malpractice and wrongful death; Pharmacy Standard of Care; product liability; DUI, DWI and alcohol; and much more. Affiliations Society of Toxicology; American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics; Association of Government Toxicologists; National Capital Area Chapter of the Society of Toxicology (President; former Vice-President, Councilor and Newsletter Editor). Qualifications He is a noted authority in toxicology, carcinogenesis, pharmacology, and Pharmacy Standard of Care. He has published 5 books and 70+ scientific papers on toxicology and carcinogenicity of chemicals. He was the first pharmacist at the White Earth Indian Health Center and a Research Scientist for 10 years in the Laboratory of Toxicology and the National Toxicology Program of the US National Cancer Institute/NIH (1970-1980). As a Senior Toxicologist and Senior Science Advisor in the Office of Toxic Substances, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) (1980-1998), he reviewed toxicology and cancer data in support of environmental regulatory activities and helped shape science policy on chemical carcinogens within the Agency. Publications He is the editor of 5 books in cancer and toxicology including: - "Handbook of Carcinogen Testing" (1st and 2nd editions) - "Markers of Chemically Induced Cancer" - "Application of Biological Markers to Carcinogen Testing" - "Biochemical Mechanisms and Regulation of Intercellular Communication" In addition, he has authored 70+ scientific papers on cancer, toxicology and pharmacology and numerous governmental reports on chemical hazards and cancer risk assessment. Professional References Available upon request Education Ph.D. (pharmacology) -- George Washington University, 1978; M.S. (pharmaceutics) -- St. John's University, 1968; B.S. (pharmacy) -- Columbia University, 1966. Consulting Practice: All States Areas of Expertise: ? Acetaldehyde ? Acrylates ? Bisphenol A ? Biological Sciences ? Biomedical ? Cancer Therapies ? Cancers ? Carcinogenesis ? Carcinogens ? Chlorinated Solvents ? Drugs ? DUI ? Environmental ? EPA ? Formaldehyde ? Hazardous Substances ? Health ? Lead ? Leukemia ? Morphine ? Nonylphenol ? Octylphenol ? Oncology ? Pancreatic Cancer ? Pharmacology ? Pharmacy ? Pharmacy Standard of Care ? Phthalates ? Pollution ? Rhabdomyolysis ? Research / Testing ? Risk Assessment ? Safety ? Sewer Gas ? Toxic Substances ? Toxicology