Dr. Gray is a risk scientist, focused on the “translational” side of public health research, increasing understanding of how to identify, characterize, manage and communicate risks. His more than 70 papers in the peer-reviewed literature cover topics from understanding the toxicologic data used in risk assessment and policy to analysis of health tradeoffs in risk management to communication of risk information. George teaches introductory, specialized and advanced doctoral courses. He won the GWU Milken Institute School of Public Health teaching award for courses with fewer than 30 students in 2014. Dr. Gray served as Assistant Administrator for the Office of Research and Development and Agency Science Advisor at the US Environmental Protection Agency from 2005-2009. He is active in the Society for Toxicology and is Past President and a Fellow of the Society for Risk Analysis.