Dr. Baker is a regional consultant for occupational and environmental medicine and family practice. Dr. Baker is Professor of Clinical Medicine; Director, Center for Occupational and Environmental Health; and Chief, Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM), University of California, Irvine. He trained in family practice, OEM, and epidemiology. He has more than three decades of clinical and epidemiological research experience in children’s environmental health, directing multiple community-based studies of environmental risks to children, including issues related to hazardous waste, indoor air pollution, mold, lead, DDT, VOCs, heptachlor and other organochlorine pesticides, and psychosocial stress. Recently he was a principal investigator for a National Children’s Study Vanguard Center and member of the National Academy of Sciences expert review panel for the NCS. He has received the Robert Keogh award from the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine as a lifetime achievement award for excellence in occupational environmental medicine research and education, with a specific mention of his research on children’s environmental health. Dr. Baker was the PI of the UCI PEHSU until its merger with the UCSF PEHSU into the Western States PEHSU.