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Paul Wernsing

I primarily function as lab/technical support.  Help and conduct genetic toxicology experimentation, including application of fluorescence microscope methods and computerized images to genetic damage scoring.  I work with researchers to discuss the evolution of toxicity in erythropoietic systems of fish and in tissues of other aquatic organisms as a result of exposure to chemical stressors.  I handle, deploy and retrieve hester-deny traps, collect aquatic organisms from rivers and lakes in support of ongoing research studies, and support sorting of macroinvertebrates at the Experimental Stream Facility.

Biographical Information

Name: Paul Wernsing
Title: Biologist

Contact Info:

Ecological Exposure Research Division
National Exposure Research Laboratory
Environmental Protection Agency
26 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. (MD579)
Cincinnati, OH 45268

Phone: 513-569-7850
Email: wernsing.paul@epa.gov

Education

  • B.A.  in Biology, 1974, Gallaudet University – Washington, D.C.

Professional Experience

  • Biologist.  USEPA, ORD/NERL, 2007 to Present
  • Biological Science Laboratory Technician, USEPA, ORD/NERL, 1990 to 2007

Selected Awards and Honors

  • USEPA/ORD/NERL/MIRB, Superior Accomplishment Recognition Award, 2007
  • USEPA/ORD/NERL/EERD/MIRB, OTS Award, 2007
  • USEPA/ORD/NERL/EERD/MIRB, Superior Accomplishment Recognition Award, 2006
  • USEPA/ORD/NERL/EERD/MIRB, Superior Accomplishment Recognition Award, 2004
  • USEPA/ORD/NERL/EERD/MIRB, Team Award, 2003

Publications and Presentations

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