Sophie Roussy

Sophie Roussy

MSc Student Dr. Matthew Adams, supervisor

Research and Professional Interests

My research focuses on the intersection of transportation-related air pollution (TRAP), marginalization, human exposure, including its equitable distribution, and health outcomes. Specifically, my research uses spatial interpolation techniques to model the spatial distribution of TRAP, with a specific focus on ambient benzene pollution, across Toronto. From here, my research employs spatial analysis techniques, statistical models, and established dose-response relationships of the air pollutants to health outcomes to examine associations between level of marginalization and disparities in human exposure to TRAP and subsequent health risks, thereby identifying environmentally-driven health disparities.


Research Supervisor/mentor: 
Dr. Matthew Adams


MSc Student in Physical Geography with a Collaborative Specialization in Environment and Health - University of Toronto
HBA, Double Major in Kinesiology and Environment and Health - Western University