- Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, author of the international
environmental bestseller the Comprehensive Handbook of Hazardous Material:
Regulations, Monitoring, Handling & Safety, Lewis Publishing/ CRC
Press, is among the leading international scientists in the field
of industrial toxicology. She pioneered the use of biological monitoring
tests for targeting organ exposure to parent compounds, metabolites and
their xenobiotics. Her research has opened the door of proteinomics, enzynomics
and genomics as recognized by John Hopkins Univeristy/Pandey Lab and Harvard
University's Medical College's small molecule genome project.
- Former president of the Florida Chapter of the American
Industrial Hygiene Association and president and founder of the International
Academy of Toxicological Risk Assessment (IATRA), which celebrated its
25th Anniversary in 2005, she was the first Industrial Environmental
Toxicologist Registered by the National Registry of Environmental Professionals,
(http://www.nrep.org/ ). Dr. Staninger is a Certified Safety Executive
by World Safety Organization and Inspector General for the International
Environmental Intelligence Agency (IEIA) a division of World Life Research
- Her former academic appointments include Research Coordinator
and Assistant Professor for the Research Department at Capital University
of Integrative Medicine, Washington, D.C. and present research activities
include the applications of far infrared and oak wood charcoal vinegar
in maintaining cellular integrity and cellular detoxification via lymphatic
and molecular endocrine systems.
- In addition to decades of research involving the
signature harmonic reflectivity of cellular resonance for increasing cellular
integrity, she has focused on addressing the appropriate countermeasures
for cell dysfunction, injury and death through cellular tera hertz phono
photons- "cellular cosmic star bursts."
- Dr. Staninger is recipient of two Presidential Awards
from Mr. Walter Lowry, Martin Marietta Orlando Aerospace President , for
her work involving "Pregnant Women in the Workplace" and the
"Increased Risk of Genetic Mutations in Contaminated Ground Water."
- She received the prestigious 7th U.S. Army and Greater
Stuttgart Community Award for her work during Operation Desert Shield in
preventing increased chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) from
the Kuwaiti burning oil fields during Desert Storm.