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Jadine Semanske is an Environmental Scientist / Industrial Hygienist II with J.S. Held. Jadine has more than 10 years of experience supporting of toxicology and industrial hygiene projects. She holds a BSc in Toxicology from the University of Toronto and an MSc in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene from the University of British Columbia. She has a strong science background and more than a decade of experience working on toxicology and industrial hygiene projects.
Jadine works on projects related to human and environmental toxicology, exposure assessment, and risk assessments. She has a strong science background with more than a decade of experience in a deadline-based consulting environment. Jadine critically reviews, evaluates, summarizes, and compiles information from a variety of sources, including court documents, depositions, medical records, industrial hygiene data, and scientific literature. Her project experience includes: review and interpretation of published toxicology literature for the development of toxicity factors for use in the risk assessment of various compounds; review of federal and state regulatory guidance; database development; and indoor air quality sampling and interpretation. Her projects have involved asbestos litigation, volatile organic compounds, diacetyl and butter flavoring, odor thresholds, and review of historical textbooks pertaining to state-of-the-art medical and occupational health and safety knowledge.
Jadine has worked on research projects pertaining to noise and hearing loss in the food and beverage, agriculture, and entertainment industries, as an industrial hygienist at an infectious disease laboratory (Biosafety Levels 2 to 4), and as a toxicologist at a pharmaceutical manufacturing company.
Jadine is a member of Society of Toxicology and the Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists.