Scott Fruin works in the Environmental Health Division at the Keck School of Medicine at USC, focusing on exposure assessment and field measurements to support longitudinal health impact studies. One of his research interests has been measuring and characterizing pollutant exposures occurring inside vehicles and near roadways to highlight the dominant role played by vehicles in our exposure to air pollution. He has a doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from the UCLA School of Public Health, where he was a Chancellor's Fellow. He previously worked for the Research Division of the California Air Resources Board.
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Engineering, Chemistry, Toxicology
Environmental & Public Health
Environmental Policy & Law
Los Angeles, CA 90033