Roles and Responsibilities
Hadler da Silva reports to the EH&S Manager or Associate Manager of Research Safety Programs, and alongside a team of health and safety professionals, proactively builds relationships with University and University-affiliate research personnel to facilitate the delivery of high-quality safety services and guidance across a broad range of disciplines throughout the University’s expansive research enterprise and multiple campuses. Hadler will maintain a client-focused approach and be accountable for assessing research safety procedures and practices and developing creative, sustainable and compliant solutions that meet the operational needs of research personnel and are consistent with University standards and best practices. Through collaborations with EH&S colleagues and various University stakeholders and affiliates, Hadler will ensure effective and efficient implementation and management of biological, chemical and radiation safety program elements in alignment with the Research Safety Program Strategic Plan.
Hadler received his Bachelor of Science in Forensic Science with a concentration in Toxicology from CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Master of Science in Environmental Health Sciences from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Prior to joining EH&S, he worked as a lab technician in the Environmental Health Science department at Columbia University where he often interacted with EH&S. When not at work, Hadler volunteers as a mentor for the NYC chapter of Minds Matter where he helps underprivileged high achieving high school students prepare for and apply to college.
In his free time, Hadler enjoys going out dancing, exploring NYC for the next food spot, and cooking.