8 June, 2021
Madeline brings experience to CSI in various segments of the Ag Industry, built on a solid foundation of managing contract field research amongst a vast array of crop groups across the United States growing regions. With these foundational technical principals as a field biologist, Madeline has been responsible for critical research as a Study Director and Principal Investigator conducting pollinator terrestrial field ecotoxicology studies, including large-scale pollinator tunnel studies, honey and nectar residue studies and other non-target insect studies with chemical and biological products.
Madeline earned a B.S. in Agronomy from Iowa State University, and participated in a Post-Graduate Science Policy Internship, American Society of Agronomy, Crops, and Soils, Washington DC. Madeline is a proactive project manager who takes the initiative to anticipate issues, develop innovative responses, attend to details, manage risk, ensure quality, and support all team members to enable clients in the decision-making process and prioritize business opportunities.
In addition to her study management expertise, Madeline is a part of the US Regulatory Affairs team assisting clients with product registrations, registration package preparation, and operating as a study monitor.
Madeline will be working out of a satellite office in Oregon and can be reached by contacting our Lakewood office at (253) 473-9007.