Dr. Mirlohi is an environmental scientist and engineer with more than 20 years of combined experience in private industry, government, and academia. In teaching, Dr. Mirlohi’s goal is to reach beyond the classroom and help students see their critical roles as future engineers, scientists, researchers, educators, and/or ordinary citizens, whose knowledge, expertise, and ethical standards will shape the world we live in. Dr. Mirlohi’s research experiences and interests are in drinking water quality (including taste and odor); water/wastewater quality and treatment; environmental/ public health; contaminants exposure and toxicity/health effects assessment; and educational outreach to promote nutritional, safety, and health aspects of drinking water.
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Second place research poster award. Interdisciplinary Research Symposium at Virginia Tech; Blacksburg, VA; Nov. 2012. Mirlohi, S., Dietrich, A., Davy, B., Duncan, SE (2011). “Water Consumption in Healthy Adults: Implications of Age, Flavor Preference, and Beverage Choices”.