Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Student, Nicholas School of the Environment
Jessica is a fifth-year PhD Student working in the Stapleton Lab studying environmental exposure monitoring methods. She previously worked in government consulting for federal and state clients, primarily building and maintaining human exposure models. More information about her background, research, and expertise can be viewed at

Educational Background
Master of Science
Environmental Health, Risk Emphasis
Adviser: Dr. John Kissel
Thesis: Performance Evaluation of a Beta Version of USEPA’s SHEDS-HT Chemical Exposure Model
University of Washington, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, 2013-2015

Bachelor of Arts
Chemistry: Biochemistry, ACS Certification, Honors
Adviser: Dr. Dasan Thamattoor
Honors Thesis: Syntheses and X-Ray Crystal Structures of Cassiferaldehyde and Analogs
Colby College, 2006-2010

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