Adjunct Professor of Environmental Health
Dr. Levy’s research centers on developing models to quantitatively assess the environmental and health impacts of air pollution from local to national scales, with a focus on urban environments and variability in exposures and risks. This involves the evaluation of exposure using a combination of atmospheric dispersion modeling, predictive statistical models, and field measurements. Health risks are quantified through epidemiological investigations, interpretation of past epidemiological studies, and supporting physiological and toxicological evidence. For a current list of projects and topics, please see http://sph.bu.edu/jonlevy.
Sc.D., 1999, Harvard School of Public Health (Environmental Science and Risk Management)