Linda C. Hall, Ph.D.
Dr. Hall is an environmental toxicologist based in California’s San Francisco Bay Area. She has actively followed the emerging science of PFAS toxicology, and is her fourth year as task co-lead of the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC) group on Regulations, Toxicity, and Risk Assessment of PFAS. In that role, she coordinates, edits, and contributes to technical guidance on the human health, ecological toxicology, regulations, and risk assessment of PFAS.
Dr. Hall’s practice has focused on the toxicology and regulation of PFAS for many years. During that time, she has worked as a technical expert in toxicology on PFAS litigations involving aqueous film-forming foam (AFFF) contamination of drinking water; PFAS manufacturing releases to air and water at multiple sites, and the food chain transfer and potential health effects of PFAS in crops grown on soils amended with biosolids. She is a frequent presenter on PFAS at conferences and seminars. Prior to working as an environmental consultant, Dr. Hall was a Principal Investigator (PI) and co-PI for at the University of California and at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.