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Dana Hollins, MPH, CIH, Principal Health Scientist


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Location: San Francisco, CA





Ms. Dana Hollins is a board certified industrial hygienist with eight years of professional experience in human health risk assessment.  Her primary training and areas of expertise include environmental and occupational epidemiology, exposure assessment, human health risk assessment and industrial hygiene.  She has been involved in researching, measuring exposure, reconstructing dose and exposure, and assessing risk to consumers and workers exposed to a variety of chemicals including asbestos, diacetyl, beryllium, benzene, and phthalates. She also has experience in evaluating occupational hazards to airborne chemicals in the workplace using historical industrial hygiene and exposure simulation data.  Ms. Hollins’ experience also includes investigating exposures and health effects resulting from non-occupational exposure to indoor air pollutants and she has completed her master’s thesis in the field of environmental and occupational epidemiology, and statistics.


  • MPH, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology, University of Michigan, 2005
  • BA, Organizational. Management, University of Michigan, 2002

Professional Associations

  • American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)
  • International Society of Exposure Science (ISES)
  • AIHA Occupational Epidemiology Committee
  • AIHA Occupational and Environmental Medicine Committee

Practice Areas

  • Exposure Assessment and Dose Reconstruction
  • Health and Environmental Risk Assessment
  • Occupational Health & Safety Sciences


Brent Finley
Shannon Gaffney
Dana Hollins
James Keenan
Amy Madl
Julie Panko
Dennis Paustenbach
Jennifer Pierce
Jennifer Sahmel
Paul Scott
Erin Shay Hynds
Ken Unice



Key Services

  • Human health and ecological risk assessments
  • Health-based clean-up criteria development
  • Risk evaluation of remedial alternatives
  • Probabilistic exposure assessments
  • Risk-based sampling design
  • Bioaccessibility studies
  • Exposure activity surveys, including creel-angler
  • Other site-specific applied risk research


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