Fuller selected as Harvard Fellow in Environmental Health
Dr. Christina Hemphill Fuller, assistant professor of Environmental Health at the Georgia State University School of Public Health, has been named as a JPB Environmental Health Fellow by the Harvard School of Public Health.
The new fellowship program is designed to provide a multidisciplinary training experience to junior faculty, with a focus on research into how the social and physical environment interact to influence health, especially in disadvantaged communities.
“We are pleased that Dr. Fuller’s work has been recognized through her selection for this fellowship,” said Dr. Michael Eriksen, dean of the School of Public Health. “This fellowship will allow Dr. Fuller to expand her important work on air pollution and environmental justice.”
As a JPB Environmental Health Fellow, Dr. Fuller will attend workshops, participate in monthly video conferences and interact with other Fellows and mentors. The fellowship extends through December 2017.