Gerald A. LeBlanc, Ph.D.
Dr. LeBlanc is a Professor and Head of the Department of Environmental & Molecular Toxicology, North Carolina State University. Dr. LeBlanc maintains an active research program in environmental endocrine toxicology. This research involves elucidating processes that contribute to the endocrine regulation of reproduction and development and their disruption by environmental agents. Dr. LeBlanc’s research also has been instrumental in developing modeling approaches for evaluating the toxicity of complex chemical mixtures. Dr. LeBlanc has published over 130 research articles and 12 text book chapters. He has served on numerous federal and international science advisory committees, panels, and boards, including serving as chairman of the USEPA Endocrine Disruptors Methods Validation Advisory Committee. He also has served as session chair and keynote speaker for several national and international scientific symposia, and as an editorial board member for several scientific journals.