624 N. Broadway
Hampton House 407
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2001
MPH, University of Rochester, 1989
My research exploits the complementary aspects of the epidemiological, toxicological, and environmental sciences to develop and refine quantitative risk assessment methods to improve the public’s health. The new concepts of cumulative risk assessment present an opportunity to create interdisciplinary approaches to public and environmental health because of the multiple determinants of health framework that serves as its foundation. My work addresses the health effects of exposure to chemical mixtures including whether differential exposure to mixtures contributes to racial and ethnic health disparities. Current US environmental policies address one chemical at a time while actual exposures occur as multiple chemical mixtures. Through my research I seek to inform environmental policies that account for multiple chemical and non chemical exposures.
Bloomberg American Health Initiative Translation and Dissemination Award, 2017
American Association for the Advancement of Science Risk Policy Fellowship, 2001
Centers for Disease Control Dissertation Grant, 1999
Risk Sciences and Public Policy Institute Scholarship, 1999
Society for Risk Analysis Student Abstract Award, 1998
Avoca Rod and Gun Club Environmental Scholarship, 1996
Phi Beta Kappa, 1987
Highlights of recent work advancing environmental public health in communities and the science and practice of risk assessment.