Dr. Neha Sunger is an Associate Professor and Track Coordinator of Environmental Health program in the College of Health Sciences at West Chester University of Pennsylvania (WCU-PA). She specializes in environmental statistics, human health risk and exposure modeling. She received her Ph.D. from Drexel University, her M.S. from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)- in Kanpur, India and her B.S. from MBM Engg. College, India. At WCU, she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental health, risk assessment, and waste management. As an Environmental professional, she has worked in various capacities such as foundation and ground engineer, senior executive design engineer for water and wastewater treatment solutions, and as exposure research fellow for development of high-throughput computational programs to screen industrial chemicals. In addition to teaching and research, she is also very active in professional associations. Her research interest includes work on Human health and environmental risk assessment, Dose-Response modeling, High-throughput exposure programming, database management, GIS application to environmental health, infectious disease assessment, waste management and water/wastewater treatment.