Tabitha Lumour-Mensah (she/hers) is a first-year Population Health Sciences PhD student in the Harvard T.H. Chan Department of Environmental Health. She is concentrating in environmental epidemiology and her research interests center around how the epigenome can help us to understand the wide range of health effects associated with environmental exposures arising from inequity in water and housing quality.
Tabitha is from Nungua, Ghana and grew up in New Jersey. She received her AB degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Princeton University and her MS in Environmental Health from the Harvard School of Public Health.