Environmental and Occupational Exposure Assessment
Human Health Risk Assessment
Toxic Tort Evaluations
Consumer Product Stewardship
California’s Proposition 65 Evaluations
Indoor Air Quality
Expert Witness Work
M.S., Environmental Health, University of Washington
B.A., Environmental Science, University of California at Berkeley
Ms. Goswami is a Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) with over 20 years of experience in assessing exposures and potential health risks to chemicals and agents in the environment, workplace, and consumer products. She has served as technical lead and expert on numerous projects including toxic tort evaluations, consumer product stewardship, and indoor air quality. These projects have included a variety of chemicals and agents including asbestos, mold, lead, other metals, phthalates, benzene, volatile organic chemicals, and more. She has also designed and conducted exposure reconstruction studies to evaluate exposures to current and historical products. Ms. Goswami has served as an expert witness in industrial hygiene in litigation matters. She also is committed to improving diversity, equity, and inclusion in science.
Maureen Huffman et al. v. Electrolux North America Inc., et al. U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio. Expert report in 2014. Deposition January 6, 2015.
Willis et al. vs. City of Sacramento. Sacramento County Superior Court. Expert report 2018.
Goldson v. KB Home, et al. District Court of Florida. Expert affidavit in 2018.
Benson P, Goswami E, McCoy MJ. 2021. The Dose Makes the Poison: Incorporating the Concepts of Exposure and Dose into Your Witness Questioning Strategy. DRI Toxic Torts and Environmental Law, Newsletter. Volume 23, Issue 1.
Goswami E, Craven V, Dahlstrom DL, Alexander D, Mowat F. Domestic asbestos exposure: A review of epidemiologic and exposure data. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2013; 10(11):5629-5670. http://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/10/11/5629
Goswami E, Larson T, Lumley T, Liu L-J. Spatial characteristics of fine particulate matter: Identifying representative monitoring locations in Seattle, Washington. Air and Waste Manage Association 2002; 52:324-333.