Rimkus Consulting Group
Dr. Kinslow is a toxicologist with over 26 years of biomedical, regulatory, and environmental experience. Carla has expertise in inhalation toxicology; toxicogenomics; toxicological risk assessment for metals (chromium VI, nickel and cobalt); opiate, alcohol, and marijuana toxicology; ambient air monitor placement; human health impacts analysis from emission events; monitoring data; modeling data related to ambient and indoor air quality; water contamination; and stakeholder communication. She specializes in regulatory compliance for risk-based remediation assessment, soil and groundwater toxicology under the USEPA, as well as, state and federal air permits. She has reviewed and helped develop regulatory inhalation values for multiple chemicals, including chromium VI, acrylonitrile, arsenic, and nickel. She has served as manager for various regulatory projects where she helped design and implement air monitoring networks for particulate metals and VOCs, groundwater monitoring projects, and remediation scopes, with subsequent assessment of human health impacts based on collected data. She has extensive experience in developing regulatory guidance, assessment values and reviewing National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), federal and state regulatory rules regarding air, soil, and water toxicology for metals, VOCs and semi-volatile VOCs. Dr. Kinslow also has extensive experience in the evaluation of health risks based on genetic predisposition to disease from environmental, occupational, and pharmaceutical exposures.