Marianne Sullivan

Assistant Professor of Public Health, William Paterson University

I have been working in the field of public health since 1994 and have published papers on enviornmental and occupational health. In 2014 my book, Tainted Earth: smelters, public health and the environment, was published by Rutgers University Press.

Area Specialization: Community and Environmental Health; Community Health Assessment; Community Based Participatory Research

Courses Taught
Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Research Methods I, Program Evaluation, Community Health Assessment, Program Planning & Implementation, Introduction to Public Health, Health, Disease, Society & the Environment

Experience

  • –present
    Assistant Professor of Public Health, William Paterson University

Education

  • 2008 
    Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, DrPH Sociomedical Sciences

Honours

Schlesinger Library, Radcliff Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University. Research Support Grant, 2015-2016. Environmental Protection Agency, Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellow. American Legacy Foundation Fellow. Columbia University, Center for Applied Public Health.