Ellison Carter

Headshot of Fellow Ellison Carter

Associate Professor
Civil and Environmental Engineering
College of Engineering
Colorado State University Fort Collins, CO

Fellowship Project: Improving Assessment of Residential Exposures for Home Energy Efficiency and Health Studies

Ellison is an environmental engineer, and her current research combines interests and expertise in indoor and outdoor air quality, exposure science, and chemistry. She aims to answer questions relevant to energy, environmental health, and housing policy. She is working to understand patterns and predictors of variability in environmental exposures.

Ellison is keen to develop studies through the JPB fellowship that would allow her to understand the joint and independent roles of those environmental exposures that she observes in context with other social, physical, and psychological stressors. A common setting for her work has been low- to moderate-income housing in the U.S. and other countries outside the U.S.