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Eva Tanner’s areas of expertise include environmental epidemiology and biostatistics. She received an MPH and PhD in Environmental Health from the University at Albany School of Public Health, where she studied persistent organic pollutants and neuropsychological function among older adults. As a postdoctoral fellow in biostatistics at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, she studied prenatal exposure to endocrine disrupting chemical mixtures in relation to child growth and neurodevelopment. She joined HEI in 2020 and contributes to research oversight, review, and science communication.