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Linda LeeScientific Advisory Board
Linda Lee

Professor, Department of Agronomy
Purdue University

Linda S. Lee is a professor in the Purdue University Department of Agronomy; Program Head for the Ecological Sciences & Engineering Interdisciplinary Graduate Program; and a Faculty Affiliate in the Division of Environmental Ecological Engineering. She joined the faculty at Purdue in 1993 after completing a BS (Chemistry), MS (Environmental Engineering) and PhD (Soil chemistry & Contaminant hydrology, Soil & Water Sciences Dept.) at the University of Florida. Her research focus is on understanding the processes that govern environmental fate and remediation of contaminants in various media for use in contamination mitigation, decision tools and management guidelines in both industrial and agricultural settings. Dr. Lee has >15 years of experience conducting PFAS research across a range of PFAS subclasses with numerous PFAS-specific publications spanning PFAS solubility, sorption, biotransformation, ecotoxicity, remediation and occurrence in soils, various aqueous matrices, water, biosolids and biota. She has served on multiple national and international advisory groups addressing water quality issues, fair land-applied biosolid policies, and chemical risk prediction and management. Her newest advisory role includes serving as a Project Advisor for the National Biosolids Data Project being led by NEBRA, NW Biosolids, CASA and Biocycle

 


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