Associate Professor, Department of Technology
Environmental and Occupational Exposure to Nanoparticles, Chemical Skin Exposures and Controls, Environmental Risk Communication, Chemical Exposure Guidelines
Threshold Limit Values Chemical Substances Committee, American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists. Member (2012-Present)
Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), #2772, Comprehensive Practice, American Board of Industrial Hygiene (1984, renewed through December 1, 2017)
Argonne National Laboratories-Institutional Biosafety Committee, Member (2010-Present)
Occupational Medicine Residency Program, University of Illinois at Chicago, Advisory Committee (1988-present)
American Industrial Hygiene Association - Chicago Section. Board Member (1986-1989, 1994-1995, 2015-present)
Industrial Hygiene Core Competency Project, Academy of Industrial Hygiene. (2009-2012)
American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, National Board of Directors (2008-2010)
National Safety Council, Industrial Division, Occupational Health Hazards Committee. Member (1983-1984), Chairman (1985-1987)
Evaluation of OSHA 1910.1200 Hazard Classifications for up to 10 Chemical Mixtures, $4395, (OSP 15-516), Midwest region company, Theodore J. Hogan (Principal Investigator) and William Mills (Co-investigator). (2015)
Building Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHSS) in Very Small Businesses, $68,525, (G6B-7019-01A), IMEC, Theodore J. Hogan (Principal Investigator) and William Mills (Co-investigator).
Safety and Industrial Hygiene Assessment and Controls for Aluminum Recycling and Smelting Operations, $13,350, Midwest region company (2011-2012)
Practices for Preventing Skin Exposures to Isocyanates and MOCA, $4800, Polyurethane Manufacturers Association (2011), undergraduate research project
MOCA (4, 4’ methylene-bis-orthochloroaniline) Handling and Skin Exposure, $8,657, Texas polyurethane processing company (2011)
Workplace Safety and Dermal Exposure Control Program, $12,000, Suburban Chicago polyurethane processing company (2011), undergraduate research projectSafety Management and Safety Training, $6000, Joliet area cheese company (2011), undergraduate research project
MBOCA Handling Practices of PMA Members (at Benedictine University), Principal Investigator, $30,000. Polyurethane Manufacturers Association (2009)
Personal Protection Management Program (at Commonwealth Edison), Project Manager and Principal Investigator, $278,000. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI RP#2705-6) (1987-1988)
Personal Protection Used in Nuclear Power Plants (at Commonwealth Edison), Co-investigator, $175,000. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI RP#2705-1) (1985-1986)
Hogan, T.J., Nalbone, J.T.), Threshold Limit Values, The Development Process: A TLV® Is Not Just a Number, Professional Safety. (Published in March 2016)
Hogan, T.J., Kelter, P., (2015). Discerning the Difference Between “Feel Good” and “Real Good”: Teaching the Complexity of Sustainable Development, The Science Educator, 24(1).
Hogan,T.J, Kelter, P., (2015). Put A Brick In The Toilet: Overcoming Student Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Naïve Environmental Solutions, Journal of Sustainability Education, 8.
TLVs® and BEIs® Based on the Documentation of the Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Agents, (2015). (As a member of the TLV Committee®). ACGIH, Cincinnati. (ISBN: 978-1-607260-77-6)
Hogan, T.J., (2013), Teaching Sustainability, One Rag at a Time, American Waste Management Association, Conference Proceedings Chicago
Hogan, T.J., (2012). Air Sampling, chapter 16 in Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene. Barbara A. Plog and Patricia J. Quinlan, editors, 6th Edition, National Safety Council, Itasca, IL (ISBN: 978-0-87912-312-3).
Gonser, M. Hogan, T.J. (2012). Arc Welding Health Effects, Fume Formation Mechanisms, and Characterization Methods, chapter in Arc Welding. Wladislav Sudnik, Editor, InTech Publishing, Rijeka, Croatia (ISBN 978-953-307-642-3), December 2011.
Hogan, T. (2011). Assessing Effectiveness of Dermal Exposure Control Work Practices in the Castable Polyurethane Industry, Dermatitis, 22(5), 302-303.
Klingner, T., & Hogan, T. (2011). Integration of Bio‐Monitoring and Dermal Exposure Assessment, Dermatitis, 22(5), 299-300.
Hogan, T.J., (2008). Ensuring Effective Risk Communication Before and During a Disaster, chapter in Emergency Management in Higher Education. Jessica Hubbard, Editor. Publisher: Public Entity Risk Institute (ISBN 978-0-9793722-1-6)
Hogan, T.J. (1996). Particulates, chapter in Fundamental of Industrial Hygiene, 4th Ed., Plog, B.A., Niland, J. and Quinlan, P.J. Itasca, Illinois: National Safety Council, (ISBN: 978-0879121716) pp 175-196.
Hogan, T. J. (1993). Case Study “Carcinogens:” the MBOCA TLV Example, The American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 54(8), 458-460.
Hogan, T.J. (1988) Foreword, and revisions to Particulates and Temperature Extremes chapters, in Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene. Plog, B.A. and Niland, J., Editors. Itasca, Illinois. National Safety Council, 3rd Ed. (ISBN: 978-0879120825).
Hogan, T.J., (1984) Safety Procedures in Photography, Section in The New Photography: A Guide to New Images, Processes, and Display Techniques for Photographers by Reeve, K., and Sward, Prentice Hall (ISBN: 978-0136149170)Main, D. M., & Hogan, T. J. (1983). Health Effects of Low-Level Exposure to Formaldehyde. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 25(12), 896-900.