Diana Rohlman received her PhD in Toxicology from Oregon State University. She is an Assistant Professor (Sr. Research) in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences. She has over 5 years experience in community outreach and engagement. In her work with the Environmental Health Sciences Center and the Superfund Research Program, she focuses on how our environment (indoor and outdoor) can affect human health. Diana offers classes from the Environmental Health at Home (EH@Home: http://ehsc.oregonstate.edu/ehathome) program, which focuses on factors such as mold, mildew and radon, which can influence indoor air quality.