About the Editors


Elaine A. Cohen Hubal, PhD, Independent Researcher, US
Areas of Expertise: environmental science, human exposure, chemical safety evaluation, natural environment, built environment, human health, impacts to vulnerable populations and life stages


Executive Editors

Weihsueh Albert Chiu, PhD, Texas A&M University, US
Areas of Expertise: Air quality, Chemical exposures and toxicology (e.g. EDCs, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, or food‐borne contaminants), Spatial and computational methods, Environmental epidemiology, Environmental health policy, Dose modeling/biomarkers/biomonitoring

Nicole Deziel, Yale University, CT, US
Areas of Expertise: Water contaminants, environmental carcinogens and endocrine disruptors (e.g. pesticides, flame retardants, PFAS), spatial exposure metrics, environmental epidemiology

Richard Peltier, University of Massachusetts, MA, US
Areas of Expertise: Air quality, Environmental health policy, Dose modelling/biomarkers/biomonitoring


Cathryn Tonne, Instituto de Salud Global de Barcelona, Spain
Areas of Expertise: Environmental epidemiology, outdoor and household air pollution, built environment, exposure and health inequalities



Associate Editors

Joe G. Allen, Harvard, MA, USA
Areas of Expertise: Healthy Buildings, indoor air quality, ventilation, filtration, infectious disease mitigation, healthier materials and chemicals of concern (e.g., flame retardants, PFAS), exposure and risk assessment methods, industrial hygiene, worker health and safety

Associate Editor Mercedes Bravo

Mercedes Bravo, Global Health Institute | Duke University, USA
Areas of Expertise: environmental epidemiology, geospatial methods, air pollution, temperature, exposure mixtures, environmental justice, health disparitie

Picture of Associate Editor Aisha DickersonAisha Dickerson, John Hopkins University, USA
Areas of Expertise: Environmental epidemiology, heavy metals, exposure mixtures, environmental justice, air pollution, neurodevelopmental disorders


Robin Elizabeth Dodson, ScD, MS, Silent Spring Institute, US
Areas of Expertise: consumer products, indoor environments, endocrine disrupting compounds/semivolatile organic compounds, exposure disparities, community-engaged research, biomonitoring, SVOC sampling, evidence-based interventions

Peter Paul Egeghy, PhD, MPH, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
Areas of Expertise: High Throughput Exposure Modeling, Consumer Products, Chemical Prioritization, Biomonitoring, Industrial Hygiene

Rena Jones, National Cancer Institute, USA
Areas of Expertise: Environmental epidemiology, exposure assessment, geospatial analyses/GIS, air pollution, drinking water contaminants, agricultural exposures, cancer

Keeve Edward Nachman, PhD, MHS, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, US
Areas of Expertise: Human health risk assessment, environmental health policy, soil and dust, chemical mixtures, children’s environmental health, systematic review, dietary exposure, agriculture, computational toxicology

Shoji F. Nakayama, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
Areas of Expertise: Chemical exposures and toxicology (e.g. EDCs, pesticides, pharmaceuticals, or food‐borne contaminants), Environmental epidemiology, Metals exposure, Dose modeling/biomarkers/biomonitoring

Julia Rager, PhD, MSEE, Leader in the UNC Curriculum in Toxicology and Environmental Medicine, Leader in the UNC Center for Environmental Medicine and Lung Biology, Leader in the UNC Institute for Environmental Health Solutions, Member of the US EPA ExpoCast Communities of Practice, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, US
Areas of Expertise:Genomics and Epigenomics, Computational Exposure Science and Toxicology,Environmental Mixtures, Exposomics, Extracellular Vesicles, In Vitro Models, Human Health, Toxicology

Hyeong-Moo Shin, PhD, Baylor University, US
Areas of Expertise: Autism spectrum disorder; Endocrine disrupting chemicals; Environmental epidemiology; Exposure reconstruction, Environmental fate and transport modeling

Brent Stephens, PhD,Illinois Institute of Technology, US
Areas of Expertise: Air quality, Indoor air, buildings, exposure assessment, built environment.


Jeanette A. Stingone, PhD, MPH, Columbia University, US
Areas of Expertise: Environmental epidemiology, Environmental health data science, Air Pollution, Children’s environmental health, Exposome, Environmental mixtures

Nicolle Tulve, PhD, MS, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
Areas of Expertise: Children’s environmental health; chemical stressors; non-chemical stressors; multimedia measurements; activity patterns; exposure factors; aggregate and cumulative exposures; exposure assessment


Elin M. Ulrich, PhD, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, US
Areas of Expertise: analytical chemistry, children’s exposure, chiral contaminants, exposomics, multimedia measurements, non-targeted analysis


Cristina M Villanueva, PhD, ISGlobal - Barcelona Institute of Global Health, Spain
Areas of Expertise: Environmental epidemiology, exposure assessment to chemicals in drinking water (disinfection by-products, nitrate, etc.), emerging contaminants in drinking water (PFAS, micro- and nanoplastics)

Ying Xu, PhD, Tsinghua University, China and The University of Texas at Austin, US
Areas of Expertise: Chemical exposures and risks (e.g. endocrine disruptors and emerging contaminants), indoor sources (e.g. consumer products and building materials), Indoor air quality, and Healthy buildings.

Kai Zhang, University of Albany, State University of New York, NY, USA
Areas of Expertise: Exposure Science, Climate Change, Disasters, Exposome, Air Pollution, Built Environment, Green Space, Social Determinants, Vulnerable Population, GIS, Statistics, and Data Science


Social Media Editor

Pallavi Pant, Boston, MA, USA
Areas of Expertise: Air quality