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Webinar on Biomonitoring to Evaluate Environmental Exposure

Webinar on Biomonitoring to Evaluate
Environmental Exposure

May 18, 2017
2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Eastern

Biomonitoring studies are increasingly being conducted to assess human exposure to environmental chemicals. This free, one-hour webinar discusses the components of biomonitoring studies and how the resulting data can be compared to reference information and trends from the biomonitoring database of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Integral scientists will also present case studies detailing the value of biomonitoring data in various study scenarios.

Why Attend?
  • Learn how biomonitoring is being used at local and national levels to determine chemicals present in the general population
  • Understand the components of biomonitoring studies
  • Discover how biomonitoring data can be used to assess exposures and relate those exposures to potential adverse effects
Register now – attendance is limited. If you are interested in receiving Continuing Education credits, please note the state when you register.
Your Presenters:

Laura Jones is an analytical chemist with more than 25 years of experience specializing in environmental investigations, environmental analytical chemistry, and QA/QC data review and validation. Ms. Jones has experience in study design, methodology review, implementation, data validation, data management, reporting, auditing, and oversight of biomonitoring projects. She is responsible for project management of large multimedia environmental investigations and litigation projects, preparation of sampling and analysis plans (SAPs) and quality assurance project plans (QAPPs), data interpretation, and development of quality assurance programs for federal Superfund and RCRA sites, as well as for sites within various state and federal regulatory programs. Ms. Jones has extensive experience in the development and application of quality assurance programs for scientific consulting services.

Craig Hutchings is a chemist with more than 20 years of experience in analytical chemistry, data validation, and data management. Mr. Hutchings has experience managing biomonitoring projects, overseeing sample collection, reviewing methodologies, and overseeing validation and reporting of the data. He is experienced in the evaluation and review of chromatograms for Aroclors, pesticides, and other compounds, and has reviewed chemistry data from numerous projects involving a wide variety of analyses in air, water, soils, sediments, and tissues. Mr. Hutchings has also authored SAPs and QAPPs for sites covered by various state and federal regulatory programs.

Q&A Session:

Janet Anderson, Ph.D., DABT, is a human health toxicologist and environmental risk assessor with 15 years of experience providing toxicology expertise and consultation to federal agencies, industry, and environmental nonprofit groups. She has managed projects and performed high-level reviews involving federal risk assessment guidance, policy, and regulations. Dr. Anderson routinely helps clients correctly interpret biomonitoring data collected for local and national exposure monitoring or litigation. She has extensive experience developing risk management strategies for contaminants of emerging concern and understanding the impacts of exposure and toxicity information and changing environmental regulations on corporate strategies. Previously, Dr. Anderson developed and led the Emerging Issues/Contaminants Program for the U.S. Air Force and provided technical support to the U.S. Department of Defense. She was also a post-doctoral fellow with the EPA National Center for Environmental Assessment.

Janet Anderson, Ph.D., DABT
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