Heidi Hubbard has six years of experience in the field of environmental science and engineering, and she specializes in conducting technical and policy-related research to support various environmental programs for several government and private clients.
Dr. Hubbard has worked in multiple fields, including exposure and statistical modeling of indoor and outdoor air pollution and biomarkers. Recent work includes supporting development of a Monte Carlo model and associated distributions of inputs to estimate children's lead exposure and subsequent IQ loss. She also manages risk assessments for persistent, bioaccumulative, and toxic pollutants, including those in consumer products such as long-chain perfluorinated compounds (PFCs.)
Dr. Hubbard also conducts statistical modeling, including logistic regression analyses for multiple utility companies to identify customers most likely to participate in energy efficiency programs offered by the utilities.