MAGDA HAVAS, Ph.D. received her B.Sc. and Ph.D. in 1980 at the University of Toronto, Canada and then did 2 years of Post Doctoral Research at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. She then returned to University of Toronto as an Assistant Professor in 1983.

Later in 1989 Magda went to Trent University, located in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada and became an Associate Professor in the Environmental and Resource Studies. She does research on the biological and health effects of environmental contaminants and has worked on air pollution, water pollution and, more recently, electromagnetic pollution including radio frequency radiation, dirty electricity, low frequency electromagnetic fields and ground current.

Magna works with those who have become electrically hypersensitive by documenting their subjective and objective (blood sugar, heart rate variability, blood viscosity) symptoms to help doctors and health care workers determine who is electrically hypersensitive and what they are responding to. She has worked on Sick Building Syndrome in schools and is actively trying to improve guidelines and establish safer living conditions.

Magda helped draft Resolution 15 for the International Association of Fire Fighters that limits use of 5 halls for cell phone towers and helped to draft Ground Current legislation in Ontario, Canada. She provides expert testimony in both Canada and the United States related to the health effects of high voltage transmission lines and radio frequency radiation from cell phone towers.

Magda has more than 100 publications and recently co-authored, with Camilla Rees, M.B.A., Public Health SOS: The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution that is available at

She may be contacted at her office at Trent University by phone 705-748-1011 #7882, website and e-mail

Magna will speak on Our Love Affair With Wireless Technology (Cell Phones, Computers, Etc.) – What You Need To Know To Protect Yourself.

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