Cardno's new Boston office opens to support health sciences in New England
Cardno has announced the opening of a new office in Boston, MA, USA. Located in Copley Square at 607 Boylston St., the office allows the company to better serve existing and future clients in the area.
Cardno’s Boston office will focus on all the company’s health sciences services, including epidemiology, applied toxicology, computational modeling, contaminated site support, environmental health and safety, product and food safety, and the firm’s full set of services related to site assessment and remediation
“We are excited to open this office and expand what we can offer clients throughout the area,” said Cardno ChemRisk Managing Principal Health Scientist Brent Finley. “The staff based there have in-depth expertise and a strong track record of leading research and consultation experience.”
Cardno ChemRisk staff in the new office include:
- Ken Mundt, PhD, FACE, Senior Principal Health Scientist. Dr. Mundt has 30 years of experience in applying epidemiological concepts and methods to understand human health risks from environmental, occupational, and consumer product exposures.
- Evan Beckett, MPH, CIH, Senior Health Scientist. Mr. Beckett is a toxicologist and Certified Industrial Hygienist with a wide range of experience in toxicology, industrial hygiene, and exposure and risk assessment, including involvement with researching, measuring, and reconstructing chemical exposures.
- Heather Lynch, MPH, Senior Health Scientist. Heather has more than 10 years of experience in toxicology and human health risk assessment, with specific expertise in regulatory risk assessment and systematic review/weight-of-evidence methodologies.
- Bill Thompson, MS, Senior Consultant. Bill has over twenty years of experience in regulatory settings regarding the application of epidemiological and statistical principles and methods to recognize, evaluate, and communicate health risks.
- Cheung-Kuan (Calvin) Lin, MD, PhD, Senior Health Scientist. Calvin has broad experience in occupational clinical medicine and environmental epidemiology, particularly the human health effects of ambient and point-source air pollutants.