Dr. Sacoby Wilson is an Associate Professor with the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health and Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, University of Maryland-College Park and director of the CEEJH Lab.
Rianna Murray’s research investigates the adverse health effects associated with exposure to contaminants faced by residents, subsistence fishers and recreational users of the Anacostia River which spans the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia.
Jan-Michael Archer is a first-year PhD student in the Community Engagement, Environmental Justice, and Health (CEEJH) laboratory at the Maryland Institute for Applied Environmental Health (MIAEH) department of UMD’s School of Public Health
Samuel Bara-Garcia is an MPH student in the Health Policy Analysis and Evaluation program within the Health Services and Administration department at the Maryland School of Public Health. His research interests involve environmental justice, global health, mental health, and infectious diseases. Samuel’s goal is to become a doctor, working on these health issues in developing countries.
Kesanet is a recent graduate of University of Maryland-College Park. She has joined the CEEJH Lab with the intent of researching health disparities in underserved communities and is currently assisting with the food infrastructure assessment for Prince George’s County.
Tanvi is a senior Public Health Science student at the University of Maryland and has recently started working with the CEEJH lab after previous research experience in assessing health disparities in marginalized populations.
Vivek Ravichandran recently graduate from the Maryland School of Public Health with a B.S. degree in Public Health Science. He joined the Community, Engagement, Environmental Justice, and Health (CEEJH) lab during the summer 2016 and has since led on-site seasonal air quality monitoring efforts in Prince George’s county.
Jessica is a senior Psychology and Black Studies B.A. candidate at Swarthmore College. Jessica is passionate about striving toward enhancing health and health care access for marginalized communities and communities of color most at risk. Additionally, Jessica is interested in investigating how racial disparities influence health outcomes.
Roxana Amaya-Fuentes, 2019 MPH candidate in the Environmental Health Science and Policy program at The George Washington University Milken Institute of Public Health, is a first-generation Salvadorian college graduate with experience working on mental health issues in Latinx community.
Kamran is a senior undergraduate Public Health Science major. He has worked on a project to examine disparities in nutritious food availability in Prince George’s County for the past year as a part of the CEEJH lab. After graduation, he plans to pursue a masters degree in Health Administration with a focus on reducing treatment disparities in healthcare environments.
Beza Dagnachew recently graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.S. in Environmental Science and Policy and concentrations in Politics and Policy. She hopes to pursue an MPH in Environmental Health to further develop her passion of engaging vulnerable communities–both internationally and in the DC-Metropolitan area–on issues of environmental justice.
Marcus Jones is a Junior Urban Studies and Africana Studies BA Candidate at University of Pittsburgh. As a CEEJH intern, Marcus studies the policy implications and determinants of environmental racism and health disparities within marginalized communities and communities of color.