Position: Environmental Health Science Associate Professor Emeritus in the College of Public Health
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 706-542-0998
Education: Ph.D. in Ecology 1989, University of Tennessee; AB in Comprehensive Science 1975, Converse College
About: Dr. Black’s research has focused on the toxicity of emerging contaminants (pharmaceuticals and nanomaterials) as single compounds and in mixtures in both laboratory and field investigations. Her lab investigates the roles of natural organic matter (NOM) and co-contaminants in modulating toxicity of carbon nanomaterials and pharmaceuticals. Traditional and novel biomarkers (e.g., metabolomics) are employed to assess exposure and effects of emerging contaminants under various environmental scenarios.