Eun Kyung Lee, PhD

Post-Doctoral Scholar
Department of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences
Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health
School of Medicine

Eun Kyung recently obtained her PhD in Environmental Health Sciences from the University at Albany, State University of New York. Her PhD research work encompassed of assessing the environmental impacts associated with crop production in the U.S. Midwest as well as examining respiratory effects associated with residential proximity to biorefineries in New York State. Prior to her doctoral program, she obtained a Master’s in Public Health at Tufts University where her thesis focused on examining the environmental risk factors associated with food insecurity in rural areas of Guatemala. Eun Kyung looks forward to continue learning and addressing environmental health issues related to community health in Cleveland at the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health.

Awards and Honors

Public Health Leaders of Tomorrow
2019
The University at Albany School of Public Health
Professional Development Travel Grant
2018
The University at Albany Graduate Student Association
Travel Scholarship
2017
International Society for Industrial Ecology
Full Tuition Scholarship
2015
The University at Albany School of Public Health
Research Stipend Award
2014
PRESANCA II funded by the European Union

Education

PhD
Environmental Health Sciences
State University of New York, Albany
2019
Master of Public Health
Public Health: Environmental Risk Factors and Food Insecurity
Tufts University, School of Medicine
2014
Bachelor of Arts
Chemistry and Biology / Minor in Spanish
Minnesota State University Moorhead
2010