Adjunct Professor of Environmental Health
Department of Environmental Health
P.O. Box 15677
Landmark Center Room 404K
Boston, MA 02215
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)