Stephanie Buehler, Ph.D.
Stephanie S. Buehler, Ph.D., is an environmental analytical chemist with more than 15 years of experience in the assessment of human exposures to tobacco-related compounds and environmental toxins. She has evaluated, validated and applied various methods for monitoring human exposure to toxic semivolatile organic compounds (SVOCs), including PAHs, TSNAs, nicotine, cotinine, pesticides and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs). These studies have encompassed a variety of sample matrices, including indoor and outdoor air, hand wipes, house dust, food preparation surface wipes, food, breast milk, and beverages. Stephanie currently serves as a Principal Investigator in the UMD/Battelle TCORS on Research Project 1, developing the study design and providing technical direction for the investigation of e-cigarette real-world use behaviors and human exposures to HPHCs, as well as differences in HPHC exposures from flavored little cigars.