Richard Judson, Ph.D.
Dr. Judson is with EPA's Center for Computational Toxicology and Exposure (CCTE) where he is developing computer models, databases and web-based dashboards to help predict toxicological effects of environmental chemicals. Current focus areas for his team are prediction of endocrine effects of chemicals and development of computational methods to use high-throughput transcriptomics data.
He has published in areas including computational biology and chemistry, bioinformatics, genomics, human genetics, toxicology and applied mathematics. Dr. Judson has a BA in Chemistry and Chemical Physics from Rice University and an MA and PhD in Chemistry from Princeton University.
Thinking about Risk - Using GMOs as an example
Grades 9-12, College,
30 - 60
Computer Modeling in Environmental and Health Sciences
30 - 60
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