I am an environmental epidemiologist interested in climate change and health as well as air pollution and birth outcomes, health equity and application of research results to policy. I have lived in Mexico City and continue collaborating with colleagues there, and am an active member of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. I enjoy working with master’s and doctoral students who collaborate with international colleagues on research and practice, and feel my own research and life experience have been enriched by knowing and working with people from all over the world.
- air pollution/quality
- birth studies
- environmental epidemiology
- mentoring fellows/scholars
The blue highlight indicates Professor of Global Public Health and yellow highlight indicates Global Public Health Faculty Associate.