Dr. Janci Chunn Lindsay is the Director of Toxicology and Molecular
Biology for Toxicology Support Services, LLC. She holds a doctorate (PhD) in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology from the University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, M.D. Anderson
Cancer Center-Houston. Dr. Lindsay has extensive experience in analyzing the molecular profile of pharmacologic responses as they pertain to the dose/response relationship. Her expertise
centers on evaluating the complex dynamics of toxicity, such as toxicant pharmacology, exposure route, host metabolism, and subsequent cellular effects as they relate to the contribution of specific
substances to impairment, health risk, or human disease.
Dr. Lindsay has over 30 years of scientific experience with an
emphasis on the study of inhalation (pulmonary) toxicology involving pulmonary pathologies such as asthma, reactive airway disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asbestosis,
mesothelioma and pulmonary fibrosis—that may be claimed following chemical, drug, or particulate exposure.
Dr. Lindsay also has experience in performing health
risk assessments and evaluating the toxicological profile of a variety of consumer and industrial products, chemicals, biologics, genetic biologics and pollutants.
Dr. Lindsay also has experience in analyzing and evaluating
molecular markers of disease in the modern field of “Toxicogenomics”, particularly with respect to benzene and asbestos and differential drug metabolism dynamics.
Additonally, Dr. Lindsay
performs forensic toxicology investigations with respect to cases involving drugs their effects and alcohol cases involving issues of impairment of pyschomotor functions as they relate
to driving or operating machinery.