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Miranda H. Henning specializes in the assessment and management of human health and ecological risks posed by chemicals at contaminated aquatic and terrestrial sites. Throughout much of Miranda’s 25-year career, she has focused on innovative techniques for measuring and mitigating effects of persistent and bioaccumulative compounds on wildlife. She represents a variety of clients representing industry, trade groups, law firms, nonprofits and Canadian federal and provincial governments. She has played an active role in regulatory development, training and application related to decision-making frameworks, sampling guidance, risk assessment methods, polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) toxicology and establishment of risk-based screening levels and remediation goals. Miranda has published numerous peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and she regularly presents her research at scientific conferences. She has provided peer review to USEPA on guidance and toxicological reviews, as well as to scientific journals.