Jennifer is an environmental epidemiologist with research interests in exposures to consumer products, environmental toxins and pollution. She is interested in the effects of these exposures on reproductive, perinatal and pediatric health. She has conducted research evaluating the effect of traffic pollution on lung function and has coordinated a pilot study for the effect of bisphenol A on breast density in young women. She has contributed to a variety of local and state public health projects, including the implementation of zero-emission bus technologies and the development of an Integrated Transport and Health Impact Modeling Tool. Jennifer will be responsible for carrying out exposure assessments and sound levels and noise perception in the town of Milton, MA and the Boston neighborhood of East Boston. Jennifer earned her bachelor’s degree in public health from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences University and her master’s degree in epidemiology from University of Massachusetts Amherst.