Christina is a chemist located in Washington, DC, in USEPA's CBRN Consequence Management Advisory Division, part of the Office of Emergency Management. She manages EPA's Environmental Response Laboratory Network (ERLN), which is part of the Integrated Consortium of Laboratory Networks (ICLN), and also supports the Portable High-Throughput Integrated Laboratory Identification System (PHILIS) program, EPA's only mobile assets with confirmatory chemical warfare agent analysis capabilities. Prior to her work in CBRN CMAD, Christina was a chemist in EPA's Office of Resource Conservation and Recovery, where she managed the SW-846 Methods Program. Christina holds a BS in Chemistry from the College of William and Mary and a MS in Soil Chemistry from the University of Maryland.
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