Anita Meyer is a risk assessor and toxicologist with the Army Corps of Engineers Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise. She works for the Huntsville Center and is located in Omaha, Nebraska. Since 1997 Anita has gained experience with CERCLA and RCRA risk assessments on formerly used defense sites, military munitions response program sites, former Manhattan Project sites, Army and Air Force active sites and on EPA Superfund projects. Beginning in 2009, Anita has supported the Department of Defense (DoD) Chemical and Material Risk Management Program Directorate, leading DoD interagency reviews of EPA toxicological assessments, as well as regulatory risk assessments for TSCA. Anita represents the Army and the Corps of Engineers on interagency committees and workgroups related to environmental investigation and cleanup. She has been a member of four ITRC technical teams, Bioavailability in Contaminated Soils, Incremental Sampling Methodology, Risk Assessment, and Risk Assessment Resources. She provides risk assessment expertise on Corps of Engineers projects and has utilized bioavailability assessments on former skeet target ranges. Anita also consults on DoD and Army policy, writes Corps of Engineers guidance, and teaches Corps of Engineers courses on risk assessment and in systematic planning. Prior to joining the Corps of Engineers Anita performed cancer and drug development research. Anita earned a bachelor's degree in biological sciences in 1984 and a master's degree in cell biology and genetics in1987 from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska. She is certified by the American Board of Toxicology (DABT).