Dr. Sass is a Senior Scientist in the Health and Environment program of the NRDC, an environmental non-profit organization, and a Professorial Lecturer at George Washington University, Department of Environmental and Occupational Health. She is an expert in US federal chemical policy and regulations. Dr. Sass has degrees in Anatomy and Cell Biology from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and Toxicology from the University of Maryland. In her work with NRDC she reviews the science underpinning the regulation of toxic chemicals, and advocates for health-protective regulations consistent with the environmental laws. Dr. Sass publishes in peer-reviewed journals on the regulation of toxic chemicals and emerging contaminants such as nanomaterials. She provides testimony and scientific briefings for the U.S. Congress and regularly participates in stakeholder and expert scientific federal advisory committees.
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Vinyl Chloride: a saga of secrecy. Late Lessons from Early Warnings
With Soffriti M, Castleman B, Gee D. Vol 2: science, precaution, innovation. Chapter 8. Pages 145-168. 
Superficial Safeguards: Most Pesticides are Approved by Flawed EPA Process.
An NRDC Issue brief by Jennifer Sass and Mae Wu. March 
Strengthening Toxic Chemical RiskAssessments to Protect Human Health.
An NRDC issue paper by Sarah Janssen, Jennifer Sass, Ted Schettler, Gina Solomon. [February 2012]
The Delay Game: How the industry ducks regulation of the most toxic substances.
An NRDC report by Jennifer Sass and Daniel Rosenberg. [October 2011]
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