Beth Anderson, M.A.
Hazardous Substances Research Branch (HSRB)
Beth Anderson, M.A.L.S.
Program Analyst – Superfund Research Program
Serving as a program analyst for the Superfund Research Program, Beth Anderson seeks varied avenues for the application of the research that the program supports. By-lines for the program such as ‘research-to-relevance’, ‘connect-the-dots’, or recently ‘problem-based, solution-oriented research’ reflect her goal of ensuring that SRP research outcomes have application to real world issues. In support of this goal, two areas that she currently pursues are partnering with other federal agencies, and actively encouraging and advocating for the research translation of the science by our grantees.
Anderson is also committed to advancing the SRP community engagement component of the program. Over the last few years, she has been involved in the enhancement of SRP Community Engagement Cores and now promotes the visibility of these efforts to a user community that is positioned to gain from SRP research advances. Currently, she is involved in the coordination of the SRP community engagement cores and integrates these core activities with the NIEHS Partnerships for Environmental Public Health (PEPH) program.
Anderson received a Masters of Art in liberal studies from Duke University.
Areas of Specialty:
- Research Translation
- Community engagement
- Program Management