Mark Robson studies environmental exposures to agricultural chemicals and their effects on rural populations, in particular farmers and their children. He is a visiting professor at several universities in Thailand and the Philippines and conducts work in Burma, El Salvador, Laos, Liberia, as well as Thailand.
In 2023, Robson was named the inaugural associate vice provost for graduate education at Rutgers University–New Brunswick and the dean of the School of Graduate Studies. He continues his roles as a distinguished professor of plant biology at the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences and a senior policy fellow in global health policy and practice at Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy. Learn more about Robson and his work.
Special feature: Champion of Agricultural Health and Education Worldwide — Meet Mark Robson, a core faculty member who studies environmental exposures to agricultural chemicals and their effects on rural populations, especially farmers and their children.
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