Dr. Christina H. Fuller is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Health at the Georgia State University School of Public Health (GSU) in Atlanta, GA. Dr. Fuller works in the fields of exposure assessment and environmental epidemiology. Her current research involves investigation of the joint effects of air pollution and social conditions on cardiovascular health. She also pursues research incorporating spatial characterization of air pollution, community-engaged research, environmental justice and urban health. She has headed projects characterizing relationships between air quality, transportation and demographic factors in both domestic and international cities. She was a co-investigator with the Environmental Health Core of GSU's Center of Excellence for Health Disparities Research (CoEx). She is a member of the first cohort of scholars in the JPB Environmental Health Fellows program. She is an alumna of Northwestern University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering. She received her Master of Science and Doctor of Science degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health.
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