Environmental Health, Air Pollution, Environmental Justice, Community-engaged research, Environmental Epidemiology, Urban Health, Health Disparities
Dr. Christina H. Fuller is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Environmental Health at GSU’s School of Public Health. Dr. Fuller has more than 15 years of experience as an environmental engineer, advocate and researcher. She is well-versed in multiple areas of environmental science and public health including air pollution, water quality, hazardous waste, environmental justice and community-engaged research. She has headed projects characterizing relationships between air quality, transportation, demographic factors and health outcomes in the Atlanta area.
Currently, she studies the joint effects of air pollution and social factors on health as a JPB Environmental Health Fellow.
Sc.D., Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health
M.S., Environmental Health, Harvard School of Public Health
B.S., Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University