Ms. Dan Dinh is an Associate Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk in the DC office. Her primary areas of interests and expertise include environmental epidemiology, biostatistics, toxicology, consumer product safety, and environmental health risk assessment. She holds an MPH in Environmental Health Science and Policy from George Washington University and a BS in Environmental Health Science from Baylor University. Her graduate thesis assessed the association between women’s use of consumer products and severity of gynecologic conditions. Prior to joining Cardno ChemRisk, Ms. Dinh worked at an environmental organization statistically assessing health-related effects due to PFAS exposure. Additionally, she also conducted literature review of peer-reviewed articles on tobacco prevalence and tobacco control policies.


  • MPH, Environmental Health Science & Policy, George Washington University, 2020
  • BS, Environmental Health Science, Baylor University, 2018