Anne M. Riederer, MS, MSFS, Sc.D.
Anne Riederer is an environmental health scientist focused on assessing exposures of young children and pregnant women to heavy metals, pesticides, and other environmental neurotoxicants. Based in Seattle, USA, she currently serves as a technical advisor to Blacksmith Institute (New York, USA) and holds adjunct/affiliate faculty appointments at the University of Washington (Seattle), Emory University (Atlanta, USA), and George Washington University (Washington DC, USA).
Previously, she served as:
- American Association for the Advancement of Science Fellow (2010-2012) hosted by Dr. Paul Anastas, EPA Assistant Administrator of the Office of Research and Development
- Research Assistant Professor and Co-Director of the Global Environmental Health Program (2004-2010), Emory University
- Senior Research Associate (1991-1998), Hagler Bailly Consulting (Arlington, VA and Manila, Philippines)
She is currently serving a 2-year term as ISES Treasurer (2016-2017).