Elizabeth (Liz) Boyle, MPH, CIH
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
Liz is a Program Officer at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, where she works with experts to develop reports and activities that advise the nation on environmental challenges. Liz was the study director on a recently released report by the National Academies Press that reviewed and provided recommendations to improve the Environmental Protection Agency’s research grant program known as Science to Achieve Results. She is currently working in other important environmental health areas, such as how human biological samples stored in research repositories can help answer questions about environmental and occupational health exposures and how disparate data sources can be integrated to inform environmental health decisions. She is a fellow of the Bloomberg American Health Initiative at Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health where she is pursuing a doctor of public health in environmental health.
Liz has been an active member of ISES for several years she has served on the annual meeting’s Technical Organizing Committee since 2015 where she works to find prizes for the annual meeting and helps with the support committee. Liz is also the chair of the ISES Nominations Committee where she works with her committee to develop a slate of nominees for the yearly election of ISES Officers and Councilors.