Dr. Christina H. Fuller is an Associate Professor at the Georgia State University School of Public Health (GSU) in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Fuller specializes in the fields of exposure assessment and environmental epidemiology. Her research spans related topics including the spatial characterization of air pollution, community-engaged research, environmental justice and urban health. She currently studies the joint effects of air pollution and social factors on cardiovascular health, as well as the ability for green infrastructure to reduce near-road air pollution exposures. She is an alumna of Northwestern University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering. She received both Master of Science and Doctor of Science degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health.

Christina H. Fuller, ScD Department of Population Health Sciences, Georgia State University School of Public Health, Atlanta, GA, USA

Dr. Christina H. Fuller is an Associate Professor at the Georgia State University School of Public Health (GSU) in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Fuller specializes in the fields of exposure assessment and environmental epidemiology. Her research spans related topics including the spatial characterization of air pollution, community-engaged research, environmental justice and urban health. She currently studies the joint effects of air pollution and social factors on cardiovascular health, as well as the ability for green infrastructure to reduce near-road air pollution exposures. She is an alumna of Northwestern University where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in environmental engineering. She received both Master of Science and Doctor of Science degrees from the Harvard School of Public Health.

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