About the Author
Dr. Debra A. Kaden has more than 25 years' experience in toxicology and environmental health sciences, with emphasis in the area of air toxics. She is a senior practitioner in ENVIRON's Occupational Health and Safety practice. Debra is a member of the International Society for Exposure Science-where she sits on the council-as well as a member of the Society of Toxicology (SOT) and the Society for Risk Analysis (SRA), and serves as president of the New England chapter of SRA. Debra has authored more than 25 peer-reviewed publications in toxicology and environmental health sciences. She has spearheaded critical reviews of the state of science to identify research priorities for understanding exposure and health effects of mobile source air toxics, diesel exhaust and electric and magnetic fields. Debra also has organized and convened workshops and conferences on scientific topics relevant to air pollution. Tracie L. Rose is a cultural anthropologist with more than 25 years of experience supporting all aspects of dispute resolution, including bankruptcies, trial arbitration and both real and threatened litigation. She is currently a Principal at in RHP Risk Management. Her experience in dispute resolution, litigation and trial include mass tort, class action, product liability, premises liability, regulatory, due diligence, environmental, chemical release and exposure, accounting liability, bankruptcy, antitrust, non-competition and insurance actions in both state and federal jurisdictions. She is experienced in document mining and objective analysis across many topics.Tracie has published on and presented on topics related to health risk, exposure analysis, and risk communication. She lives with her husband, Don, in the suburbs of Chicago and has 2 adult children, Jessica and Wyatt, and daughter-in-law, Kate.