Laura C. Green, Ph.D., D.A.B.T.,
President and Senior Toxicologist
Dr. Green has performed original research, published, and consulted in the areas of chemical carcinogenesis, toxicology and pharmacology, food chemistry, analytical chemistry, risk assessment, and regulatory policy. Prior to founding Green Toxicology, Dr. Green was Vice President at CDM Smith, President at Cambridge Environmental Inc., and the founder and director of Meta System's Environmental Health and Toxicology group. She also served as Research Director of the Scientific Conflict Mapping Project at the Harvard University School of Public Health, during which time she co-authored the text, In Search of Safety: Chemicals and Cancer Risk. Dr. Green currently specializes in: (1) performing qualitative and quantitative assessments of health and environmental risks; (2) providing toxicologic and other technical expertise designed to aid in regulatory compliance and in decision-making; (3) providing and directing scientific support for litigation and other matters; and (4) teaching toxicology.
Dr. Green holds a B.A. with honors from the Department of Chemistry at Wellesley College (1975) and a Ph.D. from the former Department of Nutrition and Food Science (currently the Department of Biological Engineering) at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1981). She is a diplomate of the American Board of Toxicology (D.A.B.T.).
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