Casey Bartrem, Ph.D.
Environmental Health Scientist, TIFO Executive Director
Casey Bartrem is an Environmental Scientist and TIFO's Executive Director. Dr. Bartrem has a B.S. in Environmental Biology/Zoology from Michigan State University and a Ph.D. in Environmental Science from University of Idaho. Dr. Bartrem has worked on human health risk assessments in mining/recycling communities in Kyrgyzstan, Bangladesh, Nigeria, and the United States. She is a visiting lecturer at the American University of Armenia’s School of Public Health where she teaches a course in Environmental Health Risk Assessment for the Master of Public Health Program. Dr. Bartrem assists Alta Science and Engineering with quality assurance/quality control and analyses of blood lead/soil lead data for the Bunker Hill Superfund Site, one of the largest contaminated sites in North America. From 2007-2009, Dr. Bartrem was a United States Peace Corps Volunteer in the Kingdom of Lesotho, working with communities on grassroots health and development projects. In November 2019, Dr. Bartrem was inducted into the Collegium Ramazzini, an independent, international academy comprised of experts in the fields of occupational and environmental health.