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Crimi Appointed Assistant Professor of Biology at Clarkson University
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Crimi received her bachelor of science degree in industrial hygiene and environmental toxicology at Clarkson University, her master of science degree in environmental health at Colorado State University and her Ph. D. in environmental science & engineering from Colorado School of Mines.
Her research interests include in situ remediation of contaminated soil and ground water systems, chemical oxidation processes for degradation of organics, impacts of in situ remediation on aquifer quality and human health risk assessment.
Before coming to Clarkson, Crimi was an assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health at East Tennessee State University. She has held positions at the Colorado School of Mines as research assistant professor, course instructor and postdoctoral research fellow, and at the Boston Public Health Commission, Arthur D. Little Inc., the Boulder County, Colo., Health Department and the Department of Energy.
She has co-authored 16 peer-reviewed works and several technical papers and reports. She recently submitted her 10th grant proposal for review. She is a member of the National Ground Water Association and the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors.