Pablo Sanchez Soria, PhD, CIH
Dr. Pablo Sanchez-Soria is a Project Toxicologist at the Center for Toxicology and Environmental Health, L.L.C. (CTEH®). Dr. Sanchez-Soria has experience in the fields of human and environmental toxicology, as well as molecular and systems toxicology with an emphasis in cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. He received his Ph.D. in Pharmacology and Toxicology at the University of Arizona, where he investigated the cardiovascular pathologies associated with chronic exposure to environmental arsenic. His work characterized cardiovascular and metabolic pathophysiology in adult mice exposed to arsenic chronically, as well as in-utero. Additionally, Dr. Sanchez-Soria led work identifying the molecular mechanisms of impaired vascular relaxation associated with arsenic exposure.
As a project toxicologist at CTEH®, Dr. Sanchez-Soria specializes in toxicology, risk assessment, toxicity evaluations, and emergency response toxicology. He is a responding toxicologist in the CTEH® Toxicology Emergency Response Program (TERP®) and regularly serves as a technical director, manages, and conducts air monitoring activities during chemical spills. He is a member of the Emergency Response Industrial Hygiene Strike Team, and a bilingual member of the CTEH® International Strike Team, and has responded to several incidents in North and Central America. Dr. Sanchez-Soria also manages and directs work evaluating the relationship between chemical exposure and disease, formulation of emergency response guides, and involvement in the environmental contamination and toxic tort litigation. Dr. Sanchez-Soria has experience in chemical exposure assessment and risk communication in a variety of scenarios, and has provided toxicology and industrial hygiene support in more than 30 field emergency responses
Ph.D., Pharmacology and Toxicology, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
B.S., Microbiology/Nutritional Sciences, University of Arizona, Tuscon, AZ
- Member, Society of Toxicology
- Member, American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA)