Cynthia L. Curl, MS, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Department of Community and Environmental Health at Boise State University, where she studies the intersection between agricultural production and human health and directs the Curl Agricultural Health Lab. She has particular interest in understanding pesticide exposures among farmworkers, residents of agricultural communities, and consumers. Dr. Curl is currently working on an NIEHS-funded K01 award to measure agricultural and dietary sources of glyphosate exposure among pregnant women. This project builds on previous 24-week organic diet intervention study, where she found that women who were provided weekly deliveries of organic produce during their pregnancies had significantly lower exposures to pyrethroid pesticides than those who received conventional produce. Dr. Curl teaches epidemiology and exposure science at Boise State University.