Dr. Brian Kirtland is a Senior Analyst in The Cloudburst Group’s Public Health practice area. Dr. Kirtland’s responsibilities include the development of the firm’s technical offerings, project management, and technical support in the areas of environmental health sciences and public health.
Dr. Kirtland has a broad knowledge of environmental health sciences and public health with specific expertise in hazardous materials management, environmental chemistry, remediation technology, and public health policy. His work experience includes project management and support in the Georgia Solid Waste Management, Georgia Hazardous Site Response Act, and the Underground Storage Tank programs serving industrial clients, private owners, and state regulators. He has extensive research experience having published a range of articles in environmental science and was awarded the Doctoral Achievement Award at the University of South Carolina for contributions in remediation technology. Dr. Kirtland has additional expertise in public health policy, including extensive knowledge of Institutional Review Board policy and procedures.
In His Own Words
“Environmental science an interdisciplinary field incorporating information and ideas from biology, chemistry, and geology. We should also combine aspects of geography, economics, political science, and ethics with natural sciences to examine problems and topics in this broad field.”
Programmatic Management Support and Services for National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
Research and Evaluation, Lindsey Stillman, Public Health Projects, Communications and Knowledge Management, Data and Analytics, Brian Kirtland, Technical Assistance and Training, Strategic Planning, DEHHE_4_Project
Programmatic Management Support and Services for National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network The Cloudburst Group provides program management and support [...]
Public Health Projects, Communications and Knowledge Management, Kate Hurd, Data and Analytics, Brian Kirtland, Technical Assistance and Training, DEHHE_1_Project
Private Well Community of Practice for CDC’s Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects To address the critical public health [...]