Diana Eignor

Diana Eignor is the Biologist in the Ecological Risk Assessment Branch in the Health and Ecological Criteria Division in the Office of Science and Technology of the U.S. EPA Office of Water in Washington, DC. Diana received her B.S. in Environmental Biology from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse University and her graduate degrees in zoology from SUNY New Paltz and the University of Maine at Orono. After graduation, she worked in consulting for EA Engineering, Science, and Technology and Arcadis before coming to the EPA. She previously worked in the Environmental Fate and Effects Division of the Office of Pesticide Programs as a biologist before coming to the Office of Water. At HECD, Diana is currently working on Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CEC) and is the aquatic toxicology lead working on criteria methodology and effects analyses of triclosan and carbaryl