Francesca Dominici named to Time 100 Health list!

Francesca Dominici
Time magazine has named Francesca Dominici, Clarence James Gamble Professor of Biostatistics, Population and Data Science at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and the faculty director of the Harvard Data Science Initiative, to the inaugural  2024 Time 100 Health list in recognition for her groundbreaking contributions to global health.

The Time 100 list, first established in 1999, recognizes the activism, innovation, and achievement of the most influential individuals in the world each year. Time 100 Health is a new annual list of the 100 individuals who have most influenced global health.

Dominici has been named to the Time 100 Health list following her own recent research on using data science to inform U.S. air quality policy, which directly impacted the Feb. 7, 2024, revisions of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. The revised standards will result in significant public health net benefits that could be worth as much as $46 billion by 2032.

For more, see the recent press release in the Harvard Gazette.