Ph.D., Environmental Toxicology
Elsie Sunderland is an Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering in the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard. Her research group studies the biogeochemistry of global contaminants. Her research includes developing models at a variety of scales, ranging from ecosystems to global applications, to help characterize the impacts of past and future changes in climate and environmental releases of contaminants on human and ecological health.
“Our energy choices have ramifications for many other types of pollutants,” said Elsie Sunderland, Associate Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering at Harvard University and Nereus Program collaborator.