Natalia Achtar-Zadeh is a scientific consultant focused on toxicology, epidemiology, health and environmental risk assessment, pharmacology, ecotoxicology, and pathophysiology. Natalia has work experience in the histopathologic examination of human lungs and the molecular mechanisms of fibrotic and hypersensitive reactions involved in the development of pulmonary disorders and is a published author in peer reviewed manuscripts. Her work is currently focused on topics involving exposure assessments, environmental toxicology, e-cigarettes (vaping), radionuclides, heavy metals, pharmaceuticals, and asbestos. Her current projects involve scientific work related to litigation, assessing mathematical models for dose-response curves, interpreting toxicological studies, and characterizing the health effects posed by exposure to chemicals in the environment and workplace. She has a M.S. in Toxicology from Colorado State University.