Karin is completing her PhD through the clinician scientist training program at the University of Queensland and is currently a resident in Metro South. Karin graduated from Duke University in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science. Her academic focus was Biology and Environmental Sciences. She conducted her final year research in toxicology in the Nicholas School of the Environment at Duke. The focus of Karin's research is on exposure of infants to toxins in the home, with a particular focus on insecticides and flame retardants. Karin is creating and validating an online exposure assessment tool to predict the risk of exposure of infants to toxins in the home.