Grayson Abele is an Assistant Health Scientist at Cardno ChemRisk. He graduated from the University of Southern California with a BS in Biophysics in 2018. At USC he worked on projects involving creating a computational model of autoinducing peptides in bacteria as it relates to quorum sensing, and the analysis of signal transference in E. coli cell cultures as affected by the presence of plasmids. His primary areas of expertise include toxicology, physics, computational modeling, and organic chemistry. Currently, Mr. Abele is responsible for providing litigation support as well as toxicological analysis.
- BS, Biophysics, University of Southern California 2018
- QSAR, Chemoinformatics, and Modeling Society