Dr. Gregory Sayles directs the EPA’s homeland security research. The research program supports the EPA’s mission by striving to improve drinking water system resilience; characterization of contamination; cleanup of contaminated wide areas including water systems; and management of contaminated waste materials. The program addresses radiological, chemical and biological threats. Dr. Sayles has conducted and managed research at the EPA for 25 years. He earned his Ph.D. in chemical engineering from North Carolina State University. He leads the research program from the EPA’s laboratory in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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