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Researcher | Research Overview

Marissa Hauptman, MD, MPH is a board certified pediatrician and Associate Director of the Pediatric Environmental Health Center, Associate Director of the Boston Children's Hospital Pediatric and Reproductive Environmental Health Fellowship Program and the Region 1 New England Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit at Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. Dr. Hauptman’s research focuses on systematically integrating information about environmental exposures through spatial analysis techniques and biologic markers to improve environmental and social health disparities in children with chronic diseases. She recently was awarded an NIH/NIEHS K23 Career Development Award entitled, Air Pollution, Stress and Asthma Morbidity Risk: Role of Biological and Geospatial Markers."

 

Researcher | Research Background

Dr. Hauptman received her MPH from Brown University in Social and Environmental Epidemiology in 2007. She earned her MD from New York University in 2011. She completed residency in Pediatrics and the Urban Health Advocacy Track at the Boston Combined Residency Program in Pediatrics at Boston Medical Center and Boston Children’s Hospital in 2014. She completed subspecialty training in Pediatric Environmental Medicine at the Region 1 New England Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit and the Pediatric Environmental Health Center at Boston Children’s Hospital in 2016. She completed her training in Health Services Research at the Harvard-wide Pediatrics Health Services Research Fellowship in 2018. She is the Associate Director of the Boston Children’s Hospital Pediatric Environmental Health Center and the Associate Program Director for the Pediatric and Reproductive Environmental Health Fellowship at Boston Children’s Hospital and the Region 1 New England Pediatric Environmental Health Center. She is also a general pediatrician at the Boston Children’s Hospital Primary Care Center at Longwood.

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