Ms. Lane Bogar is an Associate Health Scientist I with Cardno ChemRisk based in the Washington, D.C. office. She received undergraduate degrees in Biology and French from The University of Texas at Austin. She also earned her Master’s of Environmental Management from Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, with a focus in Environmental Toxicology. She was involved with research in the DiGiulio Laboratory, which is part of the Duke University Superfund Research Center, in which she conducted experiments on adverse developmental effects in zebrafish exposed to various quinones. Her graduate thesis explored the potential associations between prenatal PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) exposure and subsequent diagnosis of childhood asthma.
Ms. Bogar’s primary areas of training include toxicology, chemical fate and transport, epidemiology, and risk assessment. In her current position, she is involved in litigation support, environmental health and toxicology projects, and review of relevant epidemiology and toxicology literature.
- MEM, Environmental Toxicology, Duke University
- BS, Biology, University of Texas at Austin
- BA, French, University of Texas at Austin