About Ryan G. Sinclair, PhD, MPH
Dr. Ryan G. Sinclair is an Associate Professor of Environmental Microbiology in the Loma Linda University School of Public Health. He has current projects that evaluate human exposure to pathogens in surface water, on fomites, in drinking water, in wastewater and in tobacco water pipes. He works to keep these topics relevant and meaningful to several community partners that represent underserved populations in local and global regions. He maintains active community science initiatives in the Eastern Coachella Valley and Inland Valleys of Southern California.
Dr. Sinclair worked as a post-doc in the National Research Council Associateship program, then research scientist at the University of Arizona Water Village. He has a PhD in water quality from Tulane University, a Masters of Public Health from Loma Linda University, and a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from Brigham Young University. He also has a secondary faculty appointment in the LLU School of Medicine Department of Earth and Biological Sciences and he serves as a consultant on exposure science to the San Bernardino County department of Public Health.