Cardno ChemRisk's epidemiology project team has extensive experience reviewing and assessing public health data/scientific literature and in conducting public health and epidemiological assessment, statistical analysis and data visualization using platforms such as R, SAS and ArcGIS.

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Community Epidemiology Qualifications.

Cardno ChemRisk's team of epidemiologists is built specifically for each project with strong senior epidemiology leadership and team members drawn nationally from Cardno ChemRisk’s highly trained scientists and health assessment professionals.  We provide clients with a wide range of epidemiologic expertise, depth, and leadership. Further, Cardno ChemRisk has over 100 health scientists with experience in epidemiology and public health, as well as complementary disciplines, such as human health risk assessment and toxicology. As such, we are able to leverage the ability to create services tailored to best fit your program and community needs.

We believe that effective communication and collaboration underlies any successful project. We tailor our epidemiology consulting according to project needs, timeline and budget in order to efficiently deliver sound scientific research, reports and advice. We pride ourselves on working collaboratively with our clients to develop our programs, and ensure that our results are in line with any grant requirements and funding. We are experienced at utilizing a variety of communication approaches, including in-person, virtual, and written guidance, both with project stakeholders, partners, and target populations. We will draw on our technical expertise and public health experience to provide the highest quality epidemiological, statistical data analysis, and data visualization services. We provide services for State, territorial, and local health departments and municipalities, as well as private businesses, hospitals, healthcare facilities, long-term care and assisted living, Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), and rural health centers, and wherever epidemiology consulting is needed.

Project Example: Cardno ChemRisk's Team selected as the Lead Epidemiologist for the Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force, City of Franklin, New Hampshire.

Project Overview: We were selected to provide epidemiological analysis and consultation related to substance use and misuse among youth and adults. Topics include: alcohol, tobacco, marijuana, opioids, vaping, methamphetamines, and other abused substances.

Our Approach: Our epidemiologists are currently providing epidemiological consultation in the collection, interpretation, and evaluation of substance use/misuse data for the Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force to help strengthen and inform local policies, programs, messaging, and actions.

Our Value: We are committed to working together with the Franklin Mayor’s Drug Task Force to help them achieve their mission: “To engage the communities of Franklin and Hill in working together to promote positive, alcohol and drug-free lifestyles for youth and families”.

Project Example: Cardno ChemRisk's Team Selected as Contract Epidemiologists for Inyo County, California

Project Overview: Cardno ChemRisk was selected to provide epidemiological support and consultation in the collection, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of technical, medical, demographic, and statistical data and laboratory results, with a focus on conducting analysis regarding communicable diseases (including COVID-19), suicides, drug and alcohol abuse, behavioral morbidity and mortality and related health problems, traumatic injuries, and other health concerns in Inyo County, California.

Our Approach: Cardno ChemRisk's epidemiologists are currently performing COVID-19 data review, organization and analysis for Inyo County, CA, to help strengthen and enhance their epidemiology, planning and public health response priorities

Our Value: We are committed to working together with the Inyo County Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help them achieve their goal of "Strengthening resilience and well-being in [their] community".