Lisa Baxter, Sc.D.
Dr. Baxter is currently a Research Environmental Health Scientist in the National Exposure Research Laboratory at the U.S. EPA. She earned her Sc.D. in Environmental Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. Her primary research focus has been on the evaluation and integration of exposure models in order to improve human exposure estimates for air pollution epidemiology studies. This has included developing and applying new techniques and approaches for studying and resolving critical human exposure assessment problems. She has developed and evaluated approaches for estimating exposure to air pollution for epidemiological studies at the local, city, and national level. She has also investigated the role of exposure error in both single pollutant and multipollutant settings.