Faculty Member

Angela Li-​Muller PhD, M.Sc.

Email Address(es)
angela.li.muller@utoronto.ca
Division(s)/Office
Occupational & Environmental Health Division
Position
Adjunct Professor
SGS Status
Associate Member

Research Interests

  • Regulatory Toxicology
  • Human Health Risk Assessment
  • Contaminated Sites

Primary Teaching Responsibilities

  • Guest lecturer for CHL 5416 Environmental Epidemiology

Honours & Awards

Real Property Institute of Canada 2012 Award of Excellence in the Field of Contaminated Sites (Awarded to the Health Canada National Contaminated Sites National Team), May 2012

Health Canada Contaminated Sites Division Instant Award for leadership in developing guidance on human health risk assessment related to short-term exposures from chemicals at contaminated sites, November 2015

Society of Toxicology Risk Assessment Specialty Section Award for Best Paper Advancing the Science of Risk Assessment published in 2016, March 2017 – Haber, L.T., Sandhu, R., Li-Muller, A., Mohapatra, A., Petrovic, S. and Meek, M.E. 2016. “Framework for Human Health Risk Assessment of Noncancer Effects Resulting from Short-Duration and Intermittent Exposures to Chemicals”. J. Appl. Toxicol. 36 (9): 1077-1089.

Current Research Projects

Representative Publications

  • Leach, T. et. al. Chapter 14 “Mercury and Human Health”. In, Steffen, A. ed. Canadian Mercury Science Assessment. Environment and Climate Change Canada, Ottawa, Ontario. (Contributing author). In press.
  • Health Canada, Federal Contaminated Site Risk Assessment in Canada: Supplemental Guidance on Human Health Risk Assessment of Air Quality, Version 2. In preparation. (Contributing author).
  • Health Canada, Federal Contaminated Site Risk Assessment in Canada: Supplemental Guidance on Human Health Risk Assessment of Contaminated Sediments: Direct Contact Pathway. In preparation. (Contributing author).
  • Haber, L.T., Sandhu, R., Li-Muller, A., Mohapatra, A., Petrovic, S. and Meek, M.E. 2016. Framework for Human Health Risk Assessment of Noncancer Effects Resulting from Short-Duration and Intermittent Exposures to Chemicals. J Appl Toxicol. 36 (9): 1077-1089.
  • Health Canada, 2016. Memorandum: A Primer for Evaluating Human Health Risk at Contaminated Sites for Chronic and Less-Than-Chronic Exposures to Chemicals. Health Canada Contaminated Sites Division. (Author: Li-Muller, A.).
  • Health Canada, 2013. Federal Contaminated Site Risk Assessment in Canada: Interim Guidance on Human Health Risk Assessment for Short-term exposure to Carcinogens at Contaminated Sites. Ottawa, Ontario. (Authors: Li-Muller, A., Healey, N., Yole, M. and Petrovic, S.)
  • Legrand, M., Feeley, M., Tikhonov, C., Schoen, D. and Li-Muller, A. 2010. Methylmercury Blood Guidance Values for Canada. Canadian Journal of Public Health. 101(1): 28-31.
  • Li-Muller, A., Healey, N., Yole, M. and Petrovic, S. 2008. Human Health Cancer Risk Assessment for Less-than-lifetime Exposure at Contaminated Sites. Proceedings of the Federal Contaminated Sites National Workshop, Vancouver, BC, April 28 – May 1, 2008.
  • Toronto Public Health, 2006. Fish Consumption: Benefits and Risks for Women in Childbearing Years and Young Children. Toronto, Ontario. September 2006. (Authors: Ursitti, F., Law, M., Li-Muller, A., Cook, B., Archbold, J., Vanderlinden, L. and Fordham, J.)
  • Muller, P. and Li-Muller, A. 2005. Human Health Risk Assessment. In Environmental Technologies Handbook. N.P. Cheremisinoff, ed. Government Institutes, Lanham, Maryland, pp. 1 – 97.
  • Toronto Public Health. 2004. Human Health and Ecological Assessment of Toronto Biosolids Pellets – Technical Summary. Toronto, Ontario. (Author: Li-Muller, A.)
  • Jacques Whitford Limited. 2004. Biosolids Pellet Review Study. Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment. Toronto, Ontario. (Authors: C. Willert, C. Ollson, E. Apedaile, R. Chung, S. Sutherland, I.Collins, M. Stevenson, S. Springthorpe, S. A. Sattar, A. Li-Muller, B. Hale, M. Goss, D. Cole and K. Clark).
  • A. Ciccone, A. Li-Muller, M. Rupke, J-Y. Urbain, and D. Michelangeli, 2005. Air Emissions from the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant.
  • Campbell, M., Pengelly, D., Perrotta, K., Macfarlane, R., Li-Muller, A., Gingrich, S. and Clark, K. 2001. Condition Critical: Fixing our Smog Warning System. Toronto Public Health.
  • Pengelly, D., Campbell, M., Ennis, S., Ursitti, F. and Li-Muller, A. 2000. Air Pollution Burden of Illness. Toronto Public Health, Health Promotion & Environmental Protection Office.
  • P. Muller, Hewings, J. and Li-Muller, A. 1999. Screening Risk Assessment on Air Contaminants in Teplice and Prachatice. A report written for the Czech Republic Ministry of the Environment.
  • Ontario Ministry of the Environment. 1998. Rationale for the Development of Ontario Air Standards for Formaldehyde.
  • Ontario Ministry of Environment and Energy. 1996. Guidance on Site Specific Risk Assessment for Use at Contaminated Sites in Ontario. (Authors: Li-Muller, A., Marsh, M. and Fleming, S.)