Callan Krevanko

Callan Krevanko

Scientist
Health Sciences
Oakland
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Ms. Krevanko is an environmental health scientist who specializes in environmental exposure assessment, human health risk assessment, and environmental epidemiology. Her master’s thesis focused on evaluating sources of occupational lung disease using occupational health surveillance data in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. She also has experience in conducting meta-analyses, synthesizing and systematically reviewing literature, and conducting air quality studies. Ms. Krevanko also has 2 years of laboratory research experience studying gas exchange using mass spectrometry and noble gas chemical tracers.

CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.S., Environmental Health, Harvard College, 2020
  • B.A., Chemistry, Wellesley College, 2018

Publications

Callan Krevanko, Rebecca Stern & Petros Koutrakis (2020) Letter to the editor, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 70:8, 739-744, DOI: 10.1080/10962247.2020.1787773

Presentations

Stanley, R. H., Kinjo, L., Smith, A. W., Alt, H. R., Krevanko, C., Aldrett, D., ... & Haus, B. K. (2020, February). Noble Gas Fluxes Reveal Links Between Air-sea Gas Exchange, Bubbles, and the Structure of the Air-sea Interface at High Wind Speeds. In Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020. AGU.

Krevanko, C., Lambert, E., Laxague, N., Alt, H. R., Guigand, C., Smith, A. W., ... & Stanley, R. (2018, February). Improving models for air-sea gas exchange using measurements of noble gas ratios in the SUSTAIN wind-wave tank. In 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting. AGU.

Alt, H., Krevanko, C., Lambert, E., Smith, A., Haus, B., & Stanley, R. (2018, August). Examining the effect of air-sea gas exchange on dissolved oxygen concentrations at varied physical conditions in a wind-wave tank. In ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY (Vol. 256). 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA: AMER CHEMICAL SOC.

Alt, H. R., Krevanko, C., Lambert, E., Laxague, N., Guigand, C., Smith, A. W., ... & Stanley, R. (2018, February). Examining the effect of gas exchange on dissolved oxygen concentration at varying wind, wave, and temperature conditions in the SUSTAIN wind-wave tank. In 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting. AGU.

Project Experience

Conducted a health risk assessment for acrylamide exposure in coffee.

Conducted a meta-analysis evaluating the association between perfluorinated chemicals (PFAS) and seven cancer outcomes, including kidney, liver, breast, colon, pancreatic, prostate, and testicular cancers.

Conducted air sampling experiment quantifying PM2.5 exposure in residential buildings.

Evaluated efficacy of occupational lung disease surveillance program using CDC Surveillance Attributes and provided recommendations for future surveillance efforts.

Evaluated efficacy of face masks in curbing COVID-19 transmission using currently available literature.

Investigated physical forcing as driver for air-sea gas exchange using noble gas tracers and mass spectrometry.

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CREDENTIALS & PROFESSIONAL HONORS

  • M.S., Environmental Health, Harvard College, 2020
  • B.A., Chemistry, Wellesley College, 2018