Ms. Mina Suh is a Senior Epidemiologist with 15 years of experience in protocol development, study design and conduct, statistical analyses, and interpretation of epidemiology studies of cancer, birth defects, asthma, and infectious diseases. She regularly conducts systematic literature reviews, occupational cohort mortality studies, and safety evaluations of medical devices and consumer and pharmaceutical products. Ms. Suh also manages large-scale research programs studying infectious diseases, including respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) in infants and children, with multi-faceted components that include systematic literature reviews, secondary data analyses, primary data generation, and evidence synthesis and integration.
Ms. Suh has published over 40 papers in journals that include Journal of Infectious Diseases, Critical Reviews in Toxicology, Toxicological Sciences, and PLoS One. She also serves as a peer reviewer for Critical Reviews in Toxicology, Toxicological Sciences, Food and Chemical Toxicology, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology, Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, and Frontiers in Public Health.
Based on her body of work with metals toxicology and epidemiology, she served as a member and rapporteur of the ECVAM EURL External Scientific Advisory Committee on Bioelution in 2019–2020. She is currently serving as a member of the OECD Expert Workgroup on Metal Release, representing the United States.