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Jessica L Reiner (Fed)

Research Chemist

Dr. Reiner's research interests are focused in the area of chemicals of emerging concern in environmental and human samples. She has worked in determining contaminant concentrations in sediment, water, food, biota, and humans, as well as establishing baseline information on potential exposure pathways. Presently, her research goals are to improve analytical measurements of chemicals of emerging concern, mainly per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) through the certification of reference materials, instrument development, methods development, and other quality assurance activities. Dr. Reiner is a member of the Biochemical and Exposure Science Group located at the Hollings Marine Laboratory. She has authored and co-authored several peer-reviewed publications and presented at many national and international conferences.

Membership and Professional Activities

  • American Chemical Society
  • Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
  • National Biomonitoring Network Steering Committee
  • International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health Editorial Board

Awards

  • Material Measurement Laboratory Mentor Accolade, 2022
  • American Chemical Society 2021 WCC Rising Star Award, 2021
  • NIST Colleagues Choice Award, 2018
  • Material Measurement Laboratory Technology Transfer Accolade, 2018
  • Material Measurement Laboratory Service and Support Accolade, 2017
  • Angel Investor Award for High-throughput, Surface-based Ionization Technique, 2014
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency's Scientific and Technological Achievement Award Level III, 2013
  • National Science Foundation Student Scholarship, 10th Annual Green Chemistry and Engineering Conference, 2006
  • Best student poster, School of Public Health Poster Day, 2005
  • Selected Participant, American Chemical Society/Petroleum Research Foundation, Green Chemistry Summer School, 2004

Publications

Certification of Standard Reference Material® 1936 Great Lakes Sediment

Author(s)
Jacqueline Bangma, Debra Ellisor, Michael Ellisor, N. Alan Heckert, Jennifer Hoguet, Kevin Huncik, Jennifer Ness, Jessica L. Reiner
Standard Reference Material (SRM) 1936 Great Lakes Sediment is intended for 1) use in validating calibration and validation materials for sediment analysis
Created October 9, 2019, Updated September 29, 2022