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Postdoctoral Research Associate

Casey joined the SSEHRI team in July 2023. She conducted dissertation research assessing the exposure experiences of 27 families impacted by asthma using air quality sensors with National Science Foundation support. Currently, with a dual appointment at Silent Spring Institute, Casey will further research on report-back of individual exposure results. Additionally, through the iSUPER Impact Engine, she will help coordinate community engagement with air quality sensing in the Greater Boston area.

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2022 Advancing Equity and Connecting Communities from the College of Social and Behavioral Science, University of Utah.

Mullen, C., Grineski, S.E., Collins, T.W., Xing, W., Whitaker, R., Sayahi, T., Becnel, T., Goffin, P., Gaillardon, P.-E., M. Meyer and Kelly, K. 2020. “Patterns of distributive environmental inequity under different PM2.5 air pollution scenarios for Salt Lake County public schools.” Environmental Research. 186:1-10.

Mullen, C., Grineski, S.E., Collins, T.W. and Mendoza, D. 2020. “Effects of PM2.5 on third grade students’ proficiency in math and English language arts.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 17(18):1-21.

Mullen, C., Flores, A.B., Grineski, S.E., and Collins, T.W. 2022. “Exploring the Distributional Environmental Justice Implications of PurpleAir Sensors in Los Angeles County.” Environmental Research. 206:112612.

Grineski, S.E., Collins, T.W., and Mullen, C. 2022. “When Not Implemented Communally, Citizen Science Efforts May Reflect, Reinforce, and Potentially Exacerbate Environmental Injustice.” American Journal of Public Health. 112(3):348-50.

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