ronmental Health Sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Whyatt’s research focuses on the effects of environmental exposures of women and children, including the developing fetus. She received her Dr.P.H. from the Mailman School of Public Health. Before going to Columbia University, she was a senior staff scientist at the Natural Resources Defense Council. Dr. Whyatt has published widely on the application of biologic markers to studies of environmental risks in infants and children and on the effects of environmental exposures during fetal development. She is a member of the Science Advisory Board of the Cincinnati Children’s Environmental Health Center and is cochair of the Chemical Exposure Workgroup of the National Children’s Study.
Raymond Yang is professor of toxicology and cancer biology at the Colorado State University. Dr. Yang’s research focuses on the toxicology of chemical mixtures and biologically based computer modeling. He received his PhD in toxicology and entomology from the North Carolina State University. Dr. Yang is the editor or coeditor of two books: Toxicology of Chemical Mixtures: Cases Studies, Mechanisms, and Novel Approaches and Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetics: Science and Applications. Dr. Yang serves on the Board of Scientific Counselors of the National Center for Environmental Health and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and serves on the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Environmental Technology Directorate Review Committee. He was a member of the Institute of Medicine Committee on Interactions of Drugs, Biologics, and Chemicals in Deployed U.S. Military Forces and a member of the National Research Council Subcommittee on Mixtures.