Marc A. Nascarella, Ph.D., MS, CPH
Associate Professor, Health Sciences & Director, Health Sciences Research
Dr. Marc A. Nascarella is a health scientist with broad training in public health, toxicology, epidemiology, and exposure science. He currently serves as a full-time graduate faculty member at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences where he teaches and advises graduate students conducting health science research. His professional interests are focused on the development and implementation of cross-sector systems that translate basic and applied environmental health science into practical interventions to reduce health disparities. Dr. Nascarella routinely serves as a senior science advisor to international and US-based public health policy makers at the local, state, and federal level, seeking practical regulatory or interventional approaches to reduce harmful levels of exposure to contamination in food, environmental samples, and consumer products. Dr. Nascarella is a certified public health professional (CPH), with a BS from Norwich University, Military College of Vermont (Northfield, VT) and an MS and PhD from the University of Massachusetts School of Public Health and Health Sciences (Amherst, MA). He has previously served as the State Toxicologist for the Department of Public Health in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.