Dr. Max Eisenberg is currently
Executive Director of the Center for Indoor Air Research.
This organization is a non-profit corporation which provides
funding for research int he area of indoor air quality. He
also holds adjunct positions with the Chemistry Department
at Towson State University and the Department of
Epidemiology and Preventive medicine at the University of
Maryland School of Medicine. Prior to this selection as
Executive Director he was the Assistant Secretary for
Toxics, Environmental Science and Health for the Maryland
Department of the Environment from 1987 to 1988. He served
as Director of the Science and Health Advisory Group with
the Department of Health and Mental hygiene from 1980 to
Dr. Eisenberg received his Doctorate in inorganic chemistry
from Northeastern University in 1971, his Masters in
physical chemistry from the University of Massachusetts at
Amherst and a Bachelors in chemistry from City College of
New York in 1965.
Dr. Eisenberg serves on a number of national and
international advisory committees as well as holding
membership in professional and honorary societies. He has
published extensively in the scientific literature in the
fields of chemistry and public health.