Joel-Anthony Gray: EMF / EMI Environmental / Biomedical Consulting Detective at ScanTech Technical Consulting based in the Greater Dallas – Fort Worth Area with service to Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Lubbock, Amarillo & other major cities throughout the U.S. and International / Worldwide
Joel-Anthony Gray: CIH, BSEE, MAC
Education, Accreditation & Degrees
- B.S. Electrical Engineering / Nanoscience Technology Concentration with Honors – University of Texas at Dallas (UTD)
- B.S. Bioengineering & Biomedical Engineering (pending) – UTD
- Graduate Certificate in Industrial Hygiene – Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine
- A.S. Electronic Telecommunications – Eastfield College DCCCD
- DeepBench MIT Consulting
- A.C. Associate Consultant for AEI Consultants | Environmental & Engineering Services
- P.A. Partner Associate for Partner Engineering & Science Inc.
- CIH – (Certified Industrial Hygienist) Credential # 12082 CP ABIH / BGC – American Board of Industrial Hygiene / Board of Global Credentialing
- Certified Radio & Instrumentation Technician – Delphi
- MAC (Mold Assessment Consultant) Texas Dept. of Health License # MAC1387
- AARST-NRPP Nationally Certified Radon Residential Measurement Provider ID # 108991 RT
- ARP (AARST Radon Professional) Measurement Professional with Multi-Family Measurement Certificate
- BOSIET CAEBS 5750 (Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training) ID # 94305750140819871261
- ExxonMobil Offshore Pass (Sea Survival – HUET – Firefighting) # 08191341
Why a CIH Certification is important: (from the ABIH / BCG website at http://www.abih.org/about-abih/cih-caih )
A Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) is an individual who has met the minimum requirements for education and experience, and through examination, has demonstrated a minimum level of knowledge and skills in the following rubric (subject matter) areas:
- Air Sampling & Instrumentation
- Analytical Chemistry
- Basic Science
- Biostatistics & Epidemiology
- Community Exposure
- Engineering Controls/Ventilation
- Health Risk Analysis & Hazard Communication
- IH Program Management
- Non-Engineering Controls
- Radiation – Ionizing and Non-ionizing
- Thermal Stressors
- Work Environments & Industrial Processes
Educational Degrees, Certification & License Documents
Completed coursework has included intensive classes in Electromagnetics, RF Design, Communication Systems and Signals & Systems with extensive experience in troubleshooting a broad variety of technical problems, particularly EMI / RF interference issues with industrial and biomedical equipment.
Certifications, accreditations, certificates, diplomas, and ID cards are shown below to back up my stated qualifications. Furthermore, I leave certain legacy (expired but renewed or otherwise) documents on here to show that I have held said credential for the time stated and have renewed it periodically. Also, the certifying / licensing agencies can and have changed (such as the Texas MAC Mold Assessment Consultant License) from the Texas State Department of State Health Services (TSDHS) to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) and I preferred the TSDHS license because it is a government issued PHOTO ID while the TDLR license does not display my visual identity.
In addition, it is a quick reference page for me to pull down the graphics, ID numbers, etc. in case I need to pull it while I am engaged on a project and do not have ready access to the document.
BSEE DIPLOMA from University of Texas at Dallas (May 2014)
Certified Industrial Hygienist – ABIH / BCG Credential # 12082 CP
Tulane Graduate Certificate in Industrial Hygiene – School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine
He is accredited as a Mold Assessment Consultant and is licensed by the State of Texas Health Services Department which has now been transferred to the Texas Department of Licensing & Registration
TLDR # 11769346
Texas TDLR Mold Consultant License
ExxonMobil Offshore Pass Photo ID
In conjunction with recent formal academic training, he also has over twenty-five years of technical experience in fields such as computer repair, information technology, networking, audio/video equipment, photography, graphics & animation, electronics, RF & instrumentation repair, electro-mechanical control systems, high performance automotive mechanics, wireless networks, telecom, biomedical technology, chemistry, microscopy, ultra-high vacuum systems and nanotechnology including semiconductor characterization.
His background includes training and experience working in a variety of specialized environments including semiconductor cleanrooms, nanotechnology research facilities, around X-Ray equipment, chemistry, biology, and Level 2 Biohazard microbiology labs. In addition, he has a background in commercial construction which is often useful for understanding building science issues.
He is also an official member of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers and is currently working towards another degree in Biomedical Engineering and his PE license.
He has also attended an official course for Radiation Safety Officers offered by the TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) and recently completed advanced courses in Biology, Organic Chemistry, Engineering Physiology of the Human Body and Advanced Microbiology so as to better understand the effects of pathogens, toxins, biochemical reactions, radiation and other environmental factors at the physiological, cellular and bio-molecular levels.
Additional coursework in Biomaterials Science, Medical Devices & Biomedical Imaging has been taken to further study the complex interaction of synthetic biology, implants and technology in-vivo.
ScanTech Technical Consulting has been testing for radon gas and radiation for 14 years and blogs regularly on the subject and dangers of radon (and other indoor air quality pollutants) at:
ScanTech was started as a specialized technical consulting service over 18 years ago and has been conducting EMF / RF / Indoor Air Quality Testing / Radon / Radiation and other unusual energy surveys / consultations / inspections for thousands of highly satisfied homeowners and businesses including many Fortune 500 corporations in the Dallas / Fort Worth area and beyond.
His broad technical background and expert troubleshooting ability in a variety of fields enables him to find relevant insights and offer fresh perspectives in order to solve difficult problems quickly and cost effectively.
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT DALLAS
- Electromagnetics I (EE 4301)
- RF Circuit Design (EE 4368)
- RFID Industrial Applications (LMGT 1301)
- Organic Chemistry I & II (CHEM 2323 / 2325)
- Physical Chemistry & Thermodynamics with Biomedical Engineering Applications (BMEN 3315)
- Bioengineering I & II (BMEN 1100 / 1208)
- Introduction to Nanoscience & Nanotechnology (NANO 3301)
- Nanotechnology Research (1 year) (NANO 4V95 / 4V97)
- Nanoscale Fabrication Engineering (Integrated Circuit Technology) (EE 4330)
- Nanotech Instrumentation, Microscopy & Spectroscopy (NANO 3302)
- Plasma Technology / Plasma Physics (PHYS 6383 / NANO 4391)
- Materials Science (NANO 3310)
- Advanced Electron Microscopy (MSEN 6340)
- Nanotechnology Internship (NANO 2486)
- Astrophysics I (PHYS 3380)
- Extragalactic Astrophysics (PHYS 4392)
- Oceanography (ISNS 2367 / GEOL 1345)
- Weather & Climate (ISNS 2368)
- Natural Disasters: Volcanoes & Earthquakes (ISNS 2359)
- Medical Terminology (HLTH 3101)
- Advanced Microbiology (BIOL 2421)
- Engineering Physiology of the Human Body (BMEN 3330)
- Engineered Biomaterials (BMEN 3318)
- Biomaterials & Medical Devices (BMEN 4360)
- Medical Imaging (BMEN 3380)
- Medical Device Development (BMEN 6630)
- Pathophysiology – Biological Basis of Health & Disease (BIOL 2350)
- Immunoengineering / Immunology with an emphasis on CoViD-19 (BMEN 4V95)
TULANE SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH & TROPICAL MEDICINE
- Principles of Industrial Hygiene (GEHS-6720)
- Radiological Health (GEHS-6300)
- Principles of Toxicology (GEHS 6600)
- Physical Agents & Ergonomic Hazards in the Workplace (GEHS 6620) – Non–Ionizing Radiation (NIRAD) Noise, Vibration & Heat Stress