Diana Ceballos

Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
University of Washington School of Public Health

Fellowship Project: Assessing the Role of Occupation on Home Exposures in a Disadvantaged Community

Dr. Ceballos strives to better understand the connection between exposure to hazards in the workplace, the community, and in the home, where workers may unwittingly bring home pollutants and transfer hazards to their children. She earned a Master’s degree in atmospheric chemistry and a PhD in Environmental and Occupational Hygiene. She is also a board certified industrial hygienist. She became a JPB Environmental Health Government Fellow in 2014 because she worked at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) as an Industrial Hygienist conducting health hazard evaluations and providing industrial hygiene technical and consultative assistance to Federal, State, and local agencies, labor, industry, and other groups or individuals to control occupational health hazards and to prevent related trauma and diseases. Dr. Ceballos became a Harvard Chan visiting scientist from 2015 to 2016 and a research scientist since 2017. She is also an instructor in three Harvard Chan graduate courses.

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