Professor Richard Gragg teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in environmental toxicology and human health, environmental toxicology, environmental justice, and environmental ethics. Dr. Gragg is also the Director of the Center for Environmental Equity and Justice for the State of Florida. His research interests include: [a] ecosystem and human health impacts of light absorption by environmental contaminants; [b] environmental justice and policy; and [c] environmental health disparities. Dr. Gragg currently serves as a member of the Florida Environmental Regulatory Commission, the Board of Directors for Audubon of Florida and is Co-Chair of the Communications and Outreach Subcommittee, and the Florida Brownfields Association and is Co-Chair of the Environmental Justice and Public Health Subcommittee. Dr. Gragg is a former member of the Environmental Protection Agency’s National Environmental Justice Advisory Council and its Health and Research Subcommittee.
Gragg has a B.S. in Biochemistry from SUNY Binghamton University, a M.S. in Pharmacology from Florida A&M University, and a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences/Toxicology from Florida A&M University.
E-mail: Richard Gragg