Adalberto Bosque
Public Health Professor - Environmental Health




Dr. Adalberto Bosque is Professor of Public Health Program at Ponce School of Medicine & Health Sciences (PSMHS). He received his PhD in Environmental Science and an MBA from the Turabo University, and a BS Chemical Engineering from the University of Mayaguez. He has 27 years of experience in the environmental field working with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He is currently a Register Environmental Manager (REM), a Certified Environmental Auditor (CEA) and a Certified Environmental and Safety Compliance Officer (CESCO) from the National Registry of Environmental Professional. He is also a member of the Puerto Rico Water Work Association.

In the Public Health Program he teaches Air & Hazardous Pollutants Exposure Assessment, Environmental Toxicology and Industrial Hygiene. He has also taught in other graduate school programs the following courses: Solid Waste Management, Air Pollution Control and Regulations, Hazardous Waste Management, Emergency Response and Risk Communication, and Toxicology.

Dr. Bosque - CV


In the Public Health Program he teaches:
  • Air & Hazardous Pollutants Exposure Assessment
  • Environmental Toxicology
  • Industrial Hygiene
  • Courses that could teach:

    Environmental Management and Regulations, Risk Assessment

 Research Interest
  • Solid waste
  • Air management, pollution and their effects
  • Economic valuation of environmental contamination,
  • Toxicology in environmental health.