Sharon Goldberg, MD, testified before the Michigan House Energy Committee on 5G and Health.
Sharon Goldberg is an Integrative Internal Medicine Physician. Her background includes fifteen years as an academic Hospital Medicine physician and medical educator responsible for the training of medical students and resident physicians. She was Assistant Professor at New York City’s Mount Sinai Hospital; Albert Einstein College of Medicine and at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. She is board certified in Internal Medicine and Integrative Medicine and has advanced training in Tropical Medicine and Hygiene from the Gorgas Memorial Institute in Lima, Peru. Her clinical and research interests include dietary, lifestyle and environmental modifications in the setting of complex chronic disease. Dr. Goldberg has clinical expertise treating environmental illness, including Microwave Syndrome (Electro-Sensitivity).
Paul Heroux, PhD
Professor of Toxicology And Health Effects Of Electromagnetism, McGill University, Montréal, Québec, Canada
Paul Heroux is Professor of Toxicology, Electromagnetism and Health at McGill University. Dr. Heroux Directs the McGill Occupational Health Program. He is a toxicologist who holds a PhD in Physics and began his career working for industry studying health effects of electromagnetic fields and radiation. Professor Heroux currently teaches toxicology and is considered an expert in the field of electro biology, having authored several textbooks. He has extensive teaching and research experience with the biological effects of electromagnetic radiation.