Dana Currie, Project Toxologist, CTEH LLC 

Dana Currie is a project toxicologist in the health sciences division of CTEH with experience in aquatic and environmental toxicology, heavy metals, developmental toxicity and biochemistry. Curries background includes a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry from Oakland University and a Ph.D. in environmental toxicology from Clemson University. 

As a toxicologist for CTEH, Currie has experience in environmental and inhalation toxicology, emergency response toxicology, and worker and community risk communication. Currie contributes to a wide variety of projects, including support for toxic tort litigation, evaluating the relationship between chemical exposure and disease, human health risk assessment and the development of emergency response guidelines. Currie has filled the role of project technical director for multiple chemical emergencies in the full range of oil and gas production—upstream, midstream and downstream—as well as transportation, including pipelines and railroads. Her experience has also extended to providing toxicological support for responses involving mercury, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, various petroleum products, and significant events with multi-chemical hazards complicated by fire, firefighting foams, water and solar radiation.