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  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge
  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge
  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge
  • Intrinsik Science Inc. :: Science - Integrity - Knowledge

Lisa Marshall, BSc., PBD, MES.

Office: Halifax, Nova Scotia
Position: Senior Scientist
Phone: 1 902-429-0278 ext 225
Fax: +1 902-429-0279
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Ms. Marshall is a scientist at Intrinsik and is located in our Halifax office.  Ms. Marshall brings 19 years of consulting experience in environmental health sciences, toxicology and public consultation to the firm.  Ms. Marshall has managed many human and ecological risk assessments in the Atlantic Region and across Canada including projects where health and environmental monitoring programs were an integral component.  Ms. Marshall has also played a lead technical role on several of these projects.  Ms. Marshall has worked on a number of projects relating to the human health and ecological risk assessment of industrial facilities and contaminated sites within the Atlantic region and other parts of Canada, including work conducted on former military bases and rifle ranges, power plants, refineries, smelters, pulp and paper facilities, proposed oil sands projects, various residential and commercial contaminated sites, and a number of chemical-impacted water bodies. Many of these projects have required extensive interaction with stakeholder groups including the public, community groups, various levels of regulatory agencies and the media.

Experience Highlights


  • Managed and provided key technical support on many human and ecological risk assessments and toxicology projects in the Atlantic region and across Canada.
  • Specializes in risk communication and public consultation. Developed risk communication programs / materials and implemented risk communication programs for a several projects in the Atlantic Region, including ones that were very controversial.
  • Called upon to provide ecological risk assessment review services for government agencies.
  • Has provided scientific litigation support to several high profile cases.
  • Active Member of Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) and is a member of the Mentoring Committee, Human Health Risk Assessment and Ecological Risk Assessment Advisory Groups; Member of North Atlantic Chapter of SETAC.



Masters in Environmental Studies (MES), Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS
Post Baccalaureate Diploma in Environmental Toxicology (PBD), Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC
Bachelor of Science (BSc), combined major in business and biology, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS

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