Natalie Sampson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Public Health
Biography and Education
Ph.D. in Health Behavior Health Education, University of Michigan
M.P.H. in Health Promotion, Portland State University
B.S. in Environmental Studies, University of Michigan
- Sampson, N., Sagovac, S., Schulz, A., Fink, L., Mentz, G., Reyes, A., Rice, K., DeMajo, R., Gamboa, C., & Vial, B. (2020). Mobilizing for community benefits to assess health and promote environmental justice near the Gordie Howe International Bridge. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(13), 4680. doi: 10.3390/ijerph17134680.
- Sampson, N., Price, C., Kassem, J. Doan, J. & Hussein, J.(2019). “We’re just sitting ducks”: Examining recurrent household flooding as an underreported environmental health threat in Detroit’s changing climate. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(1). doi:10.3390/ijerph16010006
- Koman, P.D., Hogan, K.A., Sampson, N., Mandell, R., Coombe, C., Tetteh, M., Hill-Ashford, Y., Wilkins, D., Goodric., Loch-Caruso, R., Schulz, A., & Woodruff, T.J. (2018). Examining joint effects of air pollution exposure and social determinants of health in defining “at-risk” populations under the Clean Air Act: Susceptibility of pregnant women to hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. World Medical & Health Policy, 10(1), 7-54. doi: 10.1002/wmh3.257
- Schulz, A., Mentz, G., Sampson, N., Ward, M., Anderson, R., deMajo, R., Israel, B., Lewis, T., Wilkins, D. (2016) Social and physical environments and the distribution of risk: A case example from Detroit. DuBois Review, 13(2), 285-304. doi:10.1017/S1742058X1600016
- Sampson, N., Gronlund, C., Buxton, M., Catalano, L., White-Newsome, J., Conlon, K., O’Neill, M., McCormick, S., & Parker, E. (2013). Staying cool in a changing climate: Reaching vulnerable populations during heat events. Global Environmental Change, 23(2), 475-482. doi: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2012.12.011
- Sampson, N. (2012). Environmental justice at school: Understanding research, policy and practice to improve our children’s health. Journal of School Health, 82(5), 246-252. doi: 10.1111/j.1746-1561.2012.00694.x