Cohort II, 2018 – 2022

The Cohort II of the JPB EH Fellowship Program is comprised by 15 Fellows   – 11 Faculty and 3 Agency Fellows. Together these young promising investigators are working across disciplines on research designed to address social and environmental health disparities that disproportionately impact vulnerable communities.  These interdisciplinary collaborations among academia and Federal offices demonstrate a new dynamic and impactful way to implement science to complex social and environmental health challenges.


Raphael Arku
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Greg Bratman
University of Washington Seattle, WA

Ellison Carter
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO

Lara Cushing
University of California, Los Angeles

Matt Cutler
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Admin.

Katie Dickinson
Colorado School of Public Health, Aurora, CO

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Marccus Hendricks
University of Maryland, School of Architecture

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Chandra Jackson
Ntl. Inst. of Envr. Health Sciences

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Kirk Jalbert
Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona

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Viniece Jennings
Agnes Scott College

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Leah Lozier
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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Valerie Newsome Garcia
Ntl. Healthy Start Association
Washington, DC

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Tony Reames
University of Michigan

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Colleen Reid
University of Colorado

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Jennifer Roberts
University of Maryland


Cohort I, 2014 – 2018

The first cohort of JPB Environmental Health Fellows was comprised of nine assistant professors (Faculty Fellows) from academic institutions across the U.S and three research scientists from government agencies (Agency Fellows).


Allison Appleton
Allison Appleton
State University of N.Y.

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Annie Belcourt
University of Montana

Kofi Berko Jr.
Kofi Berko Jr.
U.S. Dept. of Housing

Diana Ceballos
Diana Ceballos
Boston University

Chungrong Jia
Chungrong Jia
University of Memphis

Christina Fuller
Christina Fuller
University of Georgia

Diana Hernandez
Diana Hernandez
Columbia University

Stephanie Moore
Stephanie Moore

Hector Olvera
Hector Olvera
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland

Madeleine Scammell
Madeleine Scammell
Boston University

José Suárez
José Suárez
University of California

Sara Wylie
Sara Wylie
Northeastern University