Kindra L. Bozicevich, B.A., B.S.
Ms. Bozicevich has over five years of experience in environmental science and molecular biology. Prior to joining Cambridge Environmental, she served as a member of the molecular biology and genetics team and conducted high-throughput DNA sequencing and analysis for Pfizer Global Research and Development. Ms. Bozicevich has also worked as a Hazardous Substance Scientist for the California Environmental Protection Agency and as a staff scientist for Dynamac Corporation. Her current responsibilities include the review, statistical evaluation, and technical editing of data relating to the fate and transport of potentially hazardous materials in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, and the impact of pesticide use on ground and surface water. She also reviews and interprets data relating to acute, subchronic, and chronic toxicity of pesticides in water, sediment, and soil.
Ms. Bozicevich holds a B.S. in Agriculture (1999) with a specialty in Environmental Protection from West Virginia University, a B.A. in Biology (1999) from West Virginia University, and an M.S. in Environmental Biology (2012) from Hood College.
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