Ms. Claire Mathis is a Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk. She earned her MPH in Epidemiology from the University of Michigan School of Public Health. She also holds a certificate in Public Health Genetics from the University of Michigan. Ms. Mathis’ primary areas of training include epidemiology, exposure assessment, risk assessment, and data analysis. For her master’s capstone project, Ms. McMenamy utilized data from the Multi-Ethnic Study in Atherosclerosis to examine effect modification by physical and vegetative barriers on the association between residential roadway proximity and microvascular disease. Ms. Mathis also received a BS in Biological Engineering, with an emphasis in Biomedical Engineering, from the University of Missouri. Currently, Ms. Mathis is responsible for providing litigation and non-litigation project management support, as well as performing systematic literature reviews and exposure and risk assessments. More specifically, she has conducted several regulatory exposure and risk assessments related to California’s Proposition 65, as well as health effect reviews for FDA Pre-Market Tobacco Applications (PMTAs). She has further assisted in industrial hygiene surveys related to worker and tenant exposures. Her areas of expertise include exposure assessment, human health risk assessment, and epidemiological review and analysis. Since joining Cardno ChemRisk, Ms. Mathis has provided project management and support to projects involving food flavorings, asbestos, talc, phthalates, metals, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), and various ingredients in consumer and food products.


  • MPH, Epidemiology, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 2016
  • BS, Biological Engineering, University of Missouri, 2014