Camarie Perry is a Senior Scientist in the Center for 21st Century Toxicology. She is trained in toxicology and human health risk assessment and has more than 20 years of experience. Her specific areas of expertise include human health toxicology; complex human health risk assessment; assembly, analysis, and summary of toxicological information; development of toxicity factors; remediation, including cleanup-level calculation and development; risk/hazard calculations, and homeland security issues related to toxicology and health effects. She has extensive experience with state and federal remediation sites and analysis of sampling data. Ms. Perry has summarized complex human and animal toxicity information, written scientific papers, and contributed to the development of rapid risk assessment tools for various chemical and biological agents.
Ms. Perry has experience in site evaluation and cleanup under EPA and various state criteria, as well as in Phase I environmental site assessments, evaluation and remediation of leaking petroleum storage tank sites, and ecological risk assessment. She has also worked on wastewater treatment plant design and projects involving public water supply regulations. She has experience with new food ingredients and has written portions of GRAS dossiers. In addition to her technical expertise, Ms. Perry also has served as a project manager.