Elizabeth A. Maull, Ph.D.
Biomolecular Screening Branch
Elizabeth Maull, Ph.D.
Toxicologist; Program Administrator
Elizabeth A. Maull, Ph.D., joined the staff of the NTP Interagency Center for the Evaluation of Alternative Toxicological Methods (NICEATM) in 2013. NICEATM conducts data analyses, workshops, independent validation studies, and other activities to assess new, revised, and alternative test methods and strategies and provides support for the Interagency Coordinating Committee on the Validation of Alternative Methods (ICCVAM). Dr. Maull provides oversight of the NICEATM Support Contract and assists Warren Casey, Ph.D., NICEATM Director, in achieving the ICCVAM goals as articulated in the ICCVAM Authorization Act of 2000.
Prior to joining NICEATM, Dr. Maull was a member of the DNTP Biomolecular Screening Branch (BSB) (2011-2013). BSB is invested in high through-put screening as well as in silico approaches to characterize and prioritize chemicals for future targeted testing. From 2002, when she first joined NIEHS, through 2011, Dr. Maull was a member of the Division of Extramural Research and Training, providing oversight of Cooperative Agreements in the Breast Cancer and the Environment Research Program (BCERP), the Countermeasures Against Chemical Threats (CounterACT) Program, the Comparative Mouse Genomic Centers Consortium (CMGCC), and Botanical Research Centers as well as a basic research portfolio focused on kidney and bladder disease.
Dr. Maull brings multidisciplinary experiences in the areas toxicology, risk assessment, molecular biology, virology, nutrition, contract oversight, and interagency interactions to her position with NICEATM. As a toxicologist with the Air Force (1994 – 2007), Dr. Maull was responsible for reviewing the available scientific literature pertaining to a specific of chemical exposures, both occupational and environmental, and summarizing the results for a variety of audiences, including affected community members, internal leadership, and other scientists. Clients ranged from the communities surrounding Air Force installations to the Air Force Surgeon General and the Principal Assistant to the Deputy Undersecretary of Defense (Environmental Security). Dr. Maull represented the Department of Defense in trichloroethylene-related issues from 1996 through 2001 and was invited to participate on the U.S. EPA's External Involvement Group for Trichloroethylene (TCE). She was nominated to serve on the TCE Review Panel of the Science Advisory Board of the EPA. Dr. Maull has received numerous awards based on her work with the Air Force, including the Department of the Air Force Award for Exemplary Civilian Service.
Selected Publications and Reports:
- Navas-Acien A, Maull EA, Thayer KA. Arsenic and diabetes: Navas-Acien et al. respond. Environ Health Perspect 121(3):a71-2. 2013.
- Maull EA, Ahsan H, Edwards J, Longnecker MP, Navas-Acien A, Pi J, et al. Evaluation of the Association between Arsenic and Diabetes: A National Toxicology Program Workshop Review. Environ Health Perspect 120(12): 1658-70. 2012.
- Matalon S, Maull EA. Understanding and treating chlorine-induced lung injury. Proc Am Thorac Soc 7(4): 253. 2010.
- Hardy, R.A., Maull, E.A., Carson, B.L., Haneke, K.E. 4-Phenylcyclohexene – Review of Toxicological Literature. Submitted to NIEHS in partial fulfillment of Contract Number N01-ES-65402. July 2002.
- Maull, E.A., Gregorio, C.A., Carson, B.L., Haneke, K.E. Chloramine-T [127-65-1] and Metabolite p-Toluenesulfonamide [70-55-3] – Review of Toxicological Literature. Submitted to NIEHS in partial fulfillment of Contract Number N01-ES-65402. February 2002.
- Maull, E.A., Winters, J.W., Gregorio, C.A., Carson, B.L., Haneke, K.E. Turpentine – Review of Toxicological Literature. Submitted to NIEHS in partial fulfillment of Contract Number N01-ES-65402. February 2002.
- Gregorio, C.A., Maull, E.A., Carson, B.L., Haneke, K.E. Infrasound – Brief Review of Toxicological Literature. Submitted to NIEHS in partial fulfillment of Contract Number N01-ES-65402. November 2001.
- Clewell, H.J., Barton, H.A., Maull, E.A., and Andersen, M.E. (2001): Under What Conditions is Trichloroethylene Likely to be a Carcinogen in Humans? Human and Ecological Risk Assessment 7(4): 687 - 716.
- Maull, E.A. and Clewell, H.J.: The Evolution of Health Risk Assessment: Trichloroethylene as a Case Study. In "Toxicology in Risk Assessment," Harry Salem and Eugene J. Olajos, Taylor and Francis, Philadelphia, 2000.
- Caravello, V., Long, G.C., Maull, E.A., Porter, R.C., and Christensen, D.: Non-carcinogenic Effects of Lead in Drinking Water for Adult Populations. IERA-RS-CL-1999-0013. 24 February 1999
- Maull, E.A., Atchue, J.A., Buffalo, D., and Chaloupka, K.J.: Cost Avoidance Associated with Alternate Cleanup Levels for Trichloroethylene. Proceedings, First International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Godage B. Wickramanayake and Robert E. Hinchee, eds., 1998.
- Maull, E.A. and Lash, L.H.: Trichloroethylene: A Current Review of Metabolism, Mode of Action, and Regulatory Considerations (1998). Toxic Substance Mechanisms, 17(2): 153-170.
- Maull, E.A., Cogliano, V.J., Scott, C.S., Barton, H.A., Fisher, J.W., Greenberg, M., Rhomberg, L., and Sorgen, S. P.(1997): Trichloroethylene Health Risk Assessment: A New and Improved Process. Drug and Chemical Toxicology, 20 (4): 427-442.[Abstract]
- Maull, E.A., Wireman, J.R., and Long, G.C.: Human Health Risk Associated with Contact with Contaminated Soils. AL/OE-CL-1995-0302, 26 Oct 1995.
- Maull, E.A. and Wireman, J.R.: Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables Grown on Pesticide Contaminated Soil. Consultative Letter, AL/OE-CL-1995-0280, 5 Sep 1995.
- Wireman, J.R. and Maull, E.A.: Relative Risk Comparison - Use of Stoddard Solvents and Its Replacements. Consultative Letter, AL/OE-CL-1995-0277, 29 Aug 1995.