Nicolle S. Tulve

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, USA


Nicolle S. Tulve is a Research Scientist in the U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development’s (ORD) National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL). Her research focus includes understanding young children’s exposures to chemical and nonchemical stressors found in their everyday environments and the influence these stressors have on their health and well-being. She has had lead responsibility for several projects that were collaborative efforts with the academia and other government organizations and for in-house NERL research projects. She completed a detail in 2002 with the Office of Pesticide Programs that was developed to promote collaboration between NERL researchers involved in collecting multimedia measurements and activity pattern information and the regulatory staff in OPP who use these data in decision making. Currently, Dr. Tulve is the project lead for the Enhancing Children’s Health project, a cross-ORD project focused on children’s exposures, health, and well-being. She also serves as a task lead for the Children’s Exposure Measurement Research Program in NERL. She graduated from Clarkson University with a Ph.D. degree in environmental engineering in 1999 and from the University at Albany with an M.S. degree in environmental health and toxicology in 1994. She is a Member of the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) and the American Chemical Society. Dr. Tulve currently serves as the Chair of the ISES membership committee.

Biography Updated on 24 June 2013

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