Gregory J. Howard DSc MPH MS

 » Environmental public health, research translation, and chemicals policy


I’m an environmental public health scientist with a broad background in epidemiology, toxicology, and research translation. I have a passion for teaching and for communicating science. I’m especially interested in how we can use scientific information to create effective chemicals policy that protects the environment and public health.

My current work emphasizes the use of scientific data in forming effective public policy. I have extensive experience with chemicals regulation in the United States, including a year as an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow hosted within EPA’s Design for the Environment program. I have a special interest in the restriction and authorisation processes under the European Union’s REACH chemicals policy through ongoing collaborations with the European Environmental Bureau, CHEM Trust, the Health and Environment Alliance, and other EU- and US-based organizations.

I teach regularly in the Providence and Boston areas. In 2018–19 I will be teaching at Boston University’s Sargent College; in the last two years I have also taught at the Brown University School of Public Health and the Environmental Studies Program at Boston College. I am affiliated with Brown University’s Center for Environmental Health and Technology. Previously, I’ve taught extensively at Dickinson College, as well as at the Boston University School of Public Health.

I am also available for writing and editing on environmental health, especially including chemicals and other toxicants, as well as environmental health policy.



Gregory Howard, DSc, MPH
Providence, Rhode Island

Email: greg.howard@gmail.com

You can also find me on Twitter and LinkedIn.





Sample recent consulting products from the past couple of years

Courses I’ve taught

Selected Publications

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