Principal Investigator: Dr. David C. Christiani
I’m extremely interested in the intersection of academic internal medicine and public health and am currently exploring two projects. The first is how NASA MODIS satellite-tracked pollution data (particularly PM 2.5 levels) correspond to lung cancer incidences in select cities with EPA ground monitors. The second is an exploratory analysis of aggregated Google search trend data from 2004-2009 and how specific queries map to SEER- and CDC-compiled cancer incidences for a given year.
More information about me can be found at my website www.khancology.com
M.D. Candidate, Univ. of Michigan Medical School
M.P.H. Candidate, Harvard School of Public Health