Author             Presentations             Media Coverage             Memberships

Host OrganizationsPresentation Titles
American Academy of Allergy Asthma and ImmunologyIndoor Allergy Assessment
American Academy of Environmental MedicineUnder-Recognized Sources of Indoor Bioaerosols
Asthma and Allergy Foundation of AmericaTaming Indoor Allergy and Asthma Triggers
Asthma and Indoor Environmental Issues
The Healthy House
American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Environmental Measurement and Sampling
Motes, Mites and Mildew
Affordable Comfort ConferencesPerspectives on Unhealthy Houses
Resolving Mystery Building Odors
What You Can Learn From Stains
American Industrial Hygiene Association Case Studies and Sources of Biological Air Contaminants in Buildings
American Society of Home InspectorsMenace in the Mechanicals
Mold: The Growing Threat to Real Estate
Moisture and Dehumidification
Causes, Effects and Cases of Bad Air and Illness in Our Homes
Brigham and Women’s Hospital, BostonIdentifying and Controlling Indoor Allergens
Boston Society of Architects, Children’s Hospital, Department of Nursing Services, BostonInvestigating Strange Building Odors
Mold Avoidance by Design
Children’s Hospital, Department of Nursing Services, BostonCouch Potato Asthma and Environmental Allergens
Cleveland Area Board of RealtorsMold: A Growing Threat to Real Estate
Connecticut Department of HealthInspection Techniques
Environmental Protection AgencyIAQ Investigation Case Studies
Indoor Air
GlaxoSmithKline, Respiratory DivisionIndoor Allergens
Harvard School of Public Health Investigating and Diagnosing Residential Problems
Harvard UniversityUnderstanding and Avoiding Indoor Air Quality Problems
Sick Houses
Healthy House Conference, ClevelandTesting: Good News and Bad News
Healthy Indoor Environments, PhiladelphiaPredicting and Solving Indoor Air Quality Problems
Indoor Air Quality AssociationInvestigating Odors
Myths and Scams
Journal of Light Construction Annual Conference Moisture and Leak Investigations
Mold and IAQ Practices to Avoid Lawsuits
Can A House Be Too Tight
Problems of and Solutions to Indoor Air Quality
Los Angeles Times Festival of Health & FitnessClearing the Air about Allergies and Asthma
Maine Indoor Air Quality CouncilIndoor Air Quality Case Studies
The Impact of Pets and Pests on Indoor Air Quality
Mechanical Equipment: Green and Mean
Building and Maintaining Healthy Basements and Attics
Massachusetts Association of Assessing Officers, Inc.Impact of Mold and Remediation Techniques/Costs
Massachusetts Association of the Chemically InjuredInterpreting and Understanding Air-Test Results
The New Toxic Frontier – the Indoor Environment
Massachusetts Board of Real Estate AppraisersTruth, Myths and Red Flags
Massachusetts General Hospital, Pulmonary Grand RoundsIndoor Allergens
National Air Filter Association, San FranciscoDon't Soil the Coil, Foul the Cowl, or Corrupt the Duct
New England Association of Radon Scientists and TechniciansMold and IAQ
New England Environmental ExpoCase Studies of Residential Environmental Problems
New England Pest Management AssociationCase Studies in IAQ
Controlling Moisture
Fungal Update
New Hampshire Coalition of Occupational Safety and Health Sick Buildings, Sick Schools: Indoor Threats to Public Health
New York Occupational and Environmental HealthSampling, Results and Remediation in 300 “Sick Houses”
Pan American Aerobiology AssociationIndoor Contaminants in Residential Buildings and Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis
Case Studies of Moldy Houses
School Health and Safety Association, ProvidenceIAQ
UCB – Pfizer Indoor Allergens
Visions Medical Taming Indoor Allergens: Mold, Mites and Pets
Wampanoag Tribe of Aquinnah, Martha’s Vineyard, Health ConferenceControlling Mold and Moisture

Jeffrey C. May (M.A. Harvard University, CIAQP Association of Energy Engineers) combines his education as an organic chemist and his experience as a building inspector to investigate mold, moisture, leakage, odor and indoor air quality problems in homes, schools and offices, including infrared analysis, identification of possible sources of contaminants, and remediation and prevention strategies. He is founder and principal scientist of May Indoor Air Investigations LLC in Tyngsborough, MA and is author of four books on indoor air quality, including My House is Killing Me! The Home Guide for Families with Allergies and Asthma.