Member Spotlight

Current spotlight…


Nicolle S. Tulve, Ph.D.

Nicolle S. Tulve, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert on young children’s exposures to chemical and non-chemical stressors found in their everyday environments and the influence these stressors have on their health and well-being. She is currently employed at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Research and Development where she has had lead responsibility for several projects that were collaborative efforts with academia, other government organizations, and in-house research projects. Currently, Dr. Tulve is the project lead for a cross-ORD project focused on exposures, health, and well-being for selected vulnerable groups, including children. Nicolle received her Ph.D. in environmental engineering from Clarkson University, an M.S. in environmental health and toxicology from SUNY Albany, and a B.S. in biology from Oswego State. 

Nicolle has been involved in ISES since 2007 when she co-chaired the 2007 ISES Annual Meeting in Research Triangle Park, NC. Nicolle has served as both a Government Councilor (2008-2010) and Secretary (2011-2012). She has chaired the Membership Committee since 2008. Recently, the Membership Committee completely revamped the website, conducted a member survey, led the effort to revise the membership categories, and worked with a designer to design a new logo for the Society. Since serving as meeting co-chair, Dr. Tulve has served on several technical organizing committees providing support in various ways including development of the meeting app and reviews of abstracts. Nicolle also serves on the General Scientific Meetings Committee. Most recently, she has supported the 2019 meeting by leading the abstract committee and also served on the Society’s Strategic Planning Task Force.

When not working, Nicolle is active in her community, including playing her viola in two local orchestras, working with Bandit (one of her dogs) at therapy services, training her dogs (for therapy services and other specialties), community engagement, and debating her wine-drinking buddies at book club.

Past Spotlights


Judy LaKind

Crystal Romeo Upperman

Sonja Sax

Brian Curwin

Anne M. Riederer


Christopher Simpson

Yuri Bruinen De Bruin

Lisa Baxter

Erin Haynes

Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá


Rick Peltier

Paloma Beamer

Zhi-Hua (Tina) Fan

Shahid Parvez

Sung Roul Kim

Elizabeth Boyle

Markey Johnson

Natalie von Gotz


Lisa Melnyk

Donghai Liang

Antonia Calafat

Tom McKone



Mary Kay O’Rourke 

Paul T.J. Scheepers

Nicolle S. Tulve

Robert Scofield, Ph.D

Elizabeth Marder, Ph.D

Dr. Satoshi Nakai

Jamaji C. Nwanaji-Enwerem

Ana Maria Rule


Jamaji C. Nwanaji Enwerem