Jessica L. Levasseur

Environmental Health and Exposure Science Researcher

About my research

I am an exposure scientist with training in environmental health and analytical chemistry. My research focuses on measuring chemical exposures that may affect women's health, children's health, and our occupational health. My research tries to determine how much of a chemical we are exposed to every day in order to link toxicology (how a chemical causes health effects) and epidemiology (what health effects we see in a population).

Click here to learn more about my dissertation. You can also find my other work here.
A broad goal in my work is to apply exposure science toward addressing environmental injustices nationwide. My work as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Research Scholar and through my recent work at the Environmental Law and Policy Clinic at Duke University School of Law.
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