Philip Goodrum is a Senior Managing Scientist with Integral Consulting in Syracuse, New York. Since 1989 Phil has gained experience in quantitative risk assessment and environmental modeling, specializing in applications to human health and ecological risk assessment, sediment remediation, groundwater compliance monitoring, and natural resource damage assessment. He brings a broad understanding of the use and effective communication of data evaluation, visualization, and statistical analysis techniques to support ecological risk assessment and injury assessment. He is responsible for developing sampling designs and conducting data interpretation, statistical analysis, modeling, and risk characterization at sites around the country. He is a recognized national expert in probabilistic modeling, lead (Pb) risk assessment, and environmental sampling, having been invited to teach numerous professional short courses on these topics by regulators and industry. He has co-authored USEPA guidance on probabilistic risk analysis, served as an independent peer reviewer for state and federal agencies on survey design, and continues to serve on USEPA’s Science Advisory Board for lead (Pb). Phil has contributed to ITRC Incremental Sampling Methodology team since 2009. Phil earned his bachelor’s degree in environmental technology from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in 1989, a master’s in water resources from SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) in Syracuse, New York in 1995, and Ph.D. in environmental engineering from ESF in 1999. He is on the adjunct faculty at Syracuse University where he teaches a course in environmental toxicology.