Joseph G. Allen

Photo of Joseph G. AllenPhoto | Rose LincolnJoseph G. Allen is Director of Harvard’s Healthy Buildings Program and Associate Professor at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. A renowned forensic investigator of “sick buildings” and frequent keynote speaker, he advises leading companies around the world on healthy building strategies. A key voice in communicating the science of COVID transmission to the public, he has appeared on CBS, CNN, CNBC, and Bloomberg, and has written many influential pieces for the Washington Post, the New York Times, The Atlantic, and USA Today. He is Chair of The Lancet COVID-19 Commission Task Force on Safe Work, Safe School, and Safe Travel.

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Cover: Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and ProductivityHealthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Drive Performance and ProductivityAllen, Joseph G.
Macomber, John D.
HARDCOVER04/21/2020$35.00
Cover: Healthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Can Make You Sick—or Keep You WellHealthy Buildings: How Indoor Spaces Can Make You Sick—or Keep You WellAllen, Joseph G.
Macomber, John D.
HARDCOVER10/18/2022$35.00
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