Fernando Serrano, PhD, MS
Assistant Professor of Environmental & Occupational Health
Research Interests: Poisoning Prevention and Abatement
Teaching Areas: Environmental Politics and Policy
Education History: PhD, Public Health, Saint Louis University
Dr. Fernando Serrano, PhD, MS teaches in the area of environmental politics and policy. His research interests include environmental movements and the politics of natural resource use in the United States and Latin America.
He has given numerous talks and lectures on international environmental issues. In addition, he coordinates training courses and research projects related to lead poisoning prevention and abatement. He is a member of the American Planning Association.