Greg Bratman, assistant professor at SEFS, has been selected as a JPB Environmental Health (EH) Fellow by Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Professor Bratman is one of 15 new fellows that were selected through a competitive process. Over the next three years, he will receive $240,000, mentoring and training in methods, skills, new technologies, leadership and communications.
Funded by the JPB Foundation, the JPB EH Fellowship Program supports a new generation of environmental health scholars who are committed to developing solutions and supporting policy changes that address environmental, social and economic health disparities in the U.S. JPB EH Fellows are engaged in rigorous interdisciplinary research on the social and physical determinants of environmental health disparities in vulnerable communities.