Tami McMullin, PhD
Dr. Tami McMullin has over 13 years of multi-disciplinary experience providing scientific and risk communication solutions to complex health risk challenges in the private and public sectors. Her areas of expertise include public health and regulatory toxicology and risk assessment, product safety assessments, pharmacokinetics, in silico toxicology, neuroendocrine toxicology, biomonitoring, and environmental risk assessment.
For over a decade, Dr. McMullin worked as a regulatory and consulting toxicologist in the chemical industry, where she provided consultation on the safety of a diverse portfolio of industrial and agricultural chemicals, personal care products and medical devices.
During her tenure as the state toxicologist for Colorado, Dr. McMullin led teams to evaluate health risks related to chemical exposures for a variety of issues, such as superfund waste sites, brownfields, and oil and gas exploration and development.
More recently, Dr. McMullin’s practice has focused on assessing health risks related to community-based exposure in the oil and gas sector. She has served as a national expert to companies, governments and communities that seek to address public health concerns related to oil and gas exploration and development.
Dr. McMullin also specializes in communicating technical health risk information to multiple stakeholders, including citizen community groups, industry, and local public health agencies and policymakers. She has taught graduate level risk assessment courses at the Colorado School of Mines and is a peer reviewer of many technical publications
1999 - 2005: Ph.D., Toxicology - Colorado State University
1992 - 1997: B.S. Biology - University of California
- Member, Society of Risk Analysis
- Member, Society of Toxicology
- Member, AIHA – Rocky Mountain Region