Office of Research and Development / National Program Director for Drinking Water Research
1200 Pennsylvania Avenue
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Dr. Audrey D. Levine is the National Program Director (NPD) for Drinking Water Research in EPAís Office of Research and Development (ORD). She holds a doctorate in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California at Davis, a masterís degree in Public Health and Environmental Health Science from Tulane University (Louisiana), and a bachelorís degree in Biological Sciences from Bates College (Maine). She is a Diplomat of Environmental Engineering (DEE) and a registered professional engineer (P.E.). She has more than 25 years of broad-based, technical and research experience within academic, government, industry, and consulting settings and joined the EPA in 2006. As the Drinking Water Research NPD, she coordinates ORDís Drinking Water Research Program in collaboration with ORDís laboratories and centers and EPAís program and regional offices. Dr. Levine has extensive expertise on water supply issues, water quality and treatment, water infrastructure including distribution systems, regulatory compliance, microbial risk analysis, potable water systems, treatment technology assessment, public health protection, waste management and remediation, and environmental engineering education. She also has been actively involved in practical applications of water reclamation and reuse, particularly for ground water recharge, urban, suburban, agricultural, and industrial applications.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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