of prenatal pesticide exposure in farm workers in South Africa. Dr. White received her PhD in clinical psychology from Wayne State University.
Luoping Zhang is an associate adjunct professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences of the University of California, Berkeley. Her research interests are in mechanisms of bone marrow toxicity caused by benzene and other toxic chemicals, application of fluorescent in situ hybridization as a biomarker in studies of childhood leukemia and other types of cancer, and application of gene-expression profiling in molecular epidemiology. She received her MS in biochemistry from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in the People's Republic of China and her PhD in biochemical toxicology from Simon Fraser University, in British Columbia, Canada.
Yiliang Zhu is a professor in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics of the University of South Florida College of Public Health and director of the college’s Center for Collaborative Research. His current research is focused on quantitative methods in health risk assessment, including physiologically based pharmacokinetic models, dose-response modeling, benchmark-dose methods, and uncertainty quantification. He also conducts research in disease surveillance, health-outcome evaluation, and health-care access and use in developing countries. Dr. Zhu was a member of the National Research Council Committee on EPA’s Exposure and Human Health Assessment of Dioxin and Related Compounds. He received his MS in statistics from Queen’s University and his PhD in statistics from the University of Toronto.