The EDRP relies on agency staff uniquely qualified to conduct public health analyses and expo-sure assessment studies.
The EDRP has conducted studies that range from technical assistance consultations to developing state-of-the-art
computational analyses. Using extramural funding as a means of enhancing the EDRP capabilities, professional
relationships have been developed with nationally and internationally recognized experts through the implementation
and use of cooperative and interagency agreements. Through the use of intramural funding, the EDRP has supported a
number of graduate-level students through the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE), as well as other
agency staff in the pursuit of advanced academic degrees. Below is a listing of staff associated with the EDRP.
Some staff have directly contributed to the success of the EDRP, while other staff have used the products and services
of the agency’s EDRP. Academic credentials and areas of expertise are also noted:
- Barbara A. Anderson, MSEnvE, P.E., ATSDR, Environmental Health Scientist, Environmental Science and fate and transport modeling
- Mustafa M. Aral, Ph.D., P.E., Georgia Institute of Technology — Fate and transport analysis, numerical methods
- Robert E. Faye, MSCE, P.E., Eastern Research Group, Inc., — hydrogeology and numerical modeling
- Walter M. Grayman, Ph.D., P.E., W.M. Grayman Consulting Engineer— Water-distribution systems
- Morris L. Maslia, MSCE, P.E., ATSDR — Project Officer, Environmental fate and transport
- Jason B. Sautner, MSCE, ATSDR, Environmental Health Scientist — Water resources management and numerical modeling
- Rene Suarez-Soto, MSEnvE, ATSDR, Environmental Health Scientist — Environmental science and numerical modeling