Dennis R. Hattermann, Ph.D.

dennisDr. Hattermann joined Landis International in 1990 and has served as study director and/or project manager or study monitor for field and laboratory studies in residue, environmental fate and metabolism as well as ecotoxicology and other studies. He has served as the company’s radiation safety officer since joining the company and has been involved in the planning, implementation and cost estimation and proposals for complex research and development programs and has provided regulatory support designed to obtain agricultural product registrations for clients following EPA and/or OECD GLP guidelines. Dr. Hattermann has managed a number of studies in the major research regions of the U.S. as well as import tolerance studies mostly in Central and South America and Australia.

 Dr. Hattermann has been involved with the National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants (NAICC) since joining that organization in 1998 and served as treasurer on the Executive Board for 4 years followed by President in 2011.  He is currently President of the NAICC foundation The Foundation for Environmental and Agriculture Education (FEAE) and is chairman of the Government Affairs Committee for Agricultural Researchers in the NAICC as well.  He is also on the board of the Global Alliance of Independent Agricultural Consultants (GAIAC).

 Dr. Hattermann obtained B.S. degrees in Environmental Biology and Botany as well as an M.S. degree in Botany from Eastern Illinois University and a Ph.D. in Plant Pathology from the University of Illinois. This was followed by a post-doctoral position at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville prior to joining Landis.

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