Courtney Ingersoll, MPH

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Research Assistant II
Courtney.D.Ingersoll@uth.tmc.edu

Courtney is a Research Assistant II for the STREETS Study (Safe TRavel Environment Evaluation in Texas Schools). She worked on the STREETS project for two years prior to completing her Masters of Public Health in Epidemiology in August 2021. Before working at the center, she attended the Texas Tech University where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Microbiology and minor in American Sign Language and Chemistry. While pursuing her degree, she worked in a biology lab investigating microbes and their effect on humans and the environment. This lead her to pursue interests in physical health of adults and adolescents. Outside of work, Courtney likes to travel, listen to live music, hike and spend time with her dog.

Current Projects

STREETS (Safe TRavel Environment Evaluation in Texas Schools)

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The STREETS Study (Safe TRavel Environment Evaluation in Texas Schools) is a five-year (2018 – 2023) natural experiment that is evaluating the City of Austin Safe Routes to School program.