Nina is the research assistant in the Community Noise Lab. She holds a Bachelor of Science in biology and a Master of Public Health from the University of Connecticut. Her background in biological research and enthusiasm for social justice led her to public health research where she’s investigated occupational health and environmental exposures. Her research interests include ambient urban exposures, inequitable determinants of health in the built environment, and you can often find her on city rooftops monitoring pollutants. Aside from her interests in environmental policy and public health, Nina enjoys rock climbing, camping, and reading mysteries.