Environmental Health, Air Pollution, Environmental Justice, Community-engaged research, Environmental Epidemiology, Urban Health, Health Disparities, Green Infrastructure
Dr. Christina H. Fuller is an Associate Professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences at the School of Public Health. Dr. Fuller has more than 15 years of experience as an environmental engineer and researcher. She is well-versed in multiple areas of environmental science and public health including air pollution exposure and epidemiology, the impact of green infrastructure on environmental quality, social-environmental interactions on health, environmental justice and community-engaged research. She has headed multiple projects characterizing relationships between air quality, transportation, demographic factors and health outcomes in urban centers in the US and abroad. She is co-editor of the recent book Ambient Combustion Ultrafine Particles and Health that summarizes the emerging issue of ambient ultrafine particles derived from combustion sources and their health effects.