The Transdisciplinary Training at the Intersection of Environmental Health and Social Science began in 2015, provides support for six doctoral students for three years each, and three post-docs for two years each. Two doctoral students, Grace Poudrier and Jesse DiValli, are currently funded by the program, and are seeking their PhD’s in Sociology at Northeastern. Trainees divide their time between SSEHRI and Silent Spring Institute, with time spent working with additional Northeastern faculty and community organizations as well.

The T32 Training project is lead by Prof. Phil Brown (NU) and Julia Brody (SSI).

Award Information: National Institute of Environmental Health 1 T32 ES023769-01A1, 2015-2020.