Jennifer Nyman, PhD., is a Senior Project Engineer in the Emeryville, CA office of ARCADIS. Since 2006, Jennifer has worked at ARCADIS/Malcolm Pirnie on applied research projects and as technical lead for field projects with metal/radionuclide or bioremediation components. She specializes in the characterization and remediation of groundwater and sediment, and is a recognized expert on the topics of bioremediation and metal/radionuclide contamination. Jennifer has authored numerous scientific and professional papers on these topics, including manuscripts published in the journals Environmental Science & Technology and Applied and Environmental Microbiology. While at Stanford University, Jennifer assisted in the design and implementation of bioremediation for a uranium-impacted aquifer in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, that for several decades had received radioactive waste from nuclear weapons production. She joined the Attenuation Processes for Metals and Radionuclides Team of ITRC in 2008. Jennifer earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana in 2000 and master’s degree in 2002 and doctoral degree in 2006, both in Environmental Engineering and Science from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.