Bill Properzio, Director, Environmental Health & Safety

Bill Properzio has been Director of the UF Environmental Health and Safety Office since 1984. He is a tenured professor in the College of Engineering with teaching and research interests in public health policy, radiation protection and diagnostic medical physics. He has an undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (1962) with graduate degrees in health and medical physics from Oregon State University (1967) and the University of Florida (1975). Prior to assuming leadership of the UF EH&S program, Bill served as a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service. During employment with the Federal Government, he was involved in both educational and regulatory programs for radiation control. Bill served as Principal Investigator and Director at the World Health Collaboration Center for Medical Radiation Practices from 1978-1984.

Adminisrative Specialist I: Terri Parnell