Sophie-An Kingsbury Lee

Undergraduate Student
Harvard College

Sophie-An is an A.B. candidate in Environmental Science & Engineering at Harvard College interested in the intersection of environmental science, health, and economics.

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Catherine Adcock

Program Assistant

Catherine Adcock is the Program Assistant at the National Studies on Air Pollution and Health as well as the Harvard Data Science Initiative. Catherine provides administrative support to NSAPH, the HDSI, and to Dr. Francesca Dominici in her roles of faculty co-director of the HDSI and Professor of Biostatistics. Catherine graduated from Capital University with a BA in History.

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Ethan Aidam

Research Coordinator Intern

Ethan Aidam is an undergraduate student at Harvard College studying Biomedical Engineering. Ethan is interning with the NSAPH to support the coordination of the group’s research and collaborations. He has a wide cluster of interests including global health, emerging technologies, jazz music, and running.

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Keith Barnatchez

PhD Student
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Keith Barnatchez is a biostatistics PhD student at Harvard University, advised by Rachel Nethery and Giovanni Parmigiani. He is interested in developing methods for addressing challenges to observational causal inference, particularly when 1) important variables are subject to measurement error, and 2) data is collected from numerous sources, each with their own potential sources of bias. Keith also works with Marie-Abele Bind on developing methods for external control trials in…

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Flannery Black-Ingersoll

PhD Student
Boston University

Flannery Black-Ingersoll is a student in the Environmental Health doctoral program at Boston University. She has an MPH from Boston University and researches climate change impacts on health.

Léonard Boussioux

Assistant Professor
University of Washington

Léonard Boussioux, a final year Ph.D. student at MIT under Prof. Dimitris Bertsimas, is an incoming Assistant Professor at the University of Washington in Information Systems and Operations Management. His research addresses healthcare and environmental issues using operations research, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. He develops multimodal and prescriptive tools for integrating sustainability in business and policy. Collaborating with Google X, MIT Jameel Clinic, Harvard Medical School, OCP Group, and…

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Garam Byun

Post-Doctoral Scholar
Yale School of the Environment

Dr. Garam Byun is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Yale School of the Environment. She investigates the health effects of environmental risk factors, including but not limited to air pollution, temperature, and greenness, with a particular focus on vulnerable individuals and communities. Her research interests also encompass epidemiological methodologies and the evaluation of environmental policies. She has contributed to multiple government-funded research projects, emphasizing the critical role of epidemiological studies…

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Sarah Cao

Undergraduate Student
Harvard College

Sarah Cao is an undergraduate in the Harvard College class of 2025 originally from Connecticut. She is pursuing a concentration in Statistics on the Biostatistics track and a secondary in Global Health & Health Policy; her primary research interests involve applications of statistics and data science to environmental health and health policy. In her free time, Sarah is often found leading hikes in the White Mountains as part of the…

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Edgar Castro

PhD Student
Environmental Health

Edgar Castro is a PhD student in the department of environmental health focused on studying disparities in exposure and susceptibility to air pollution, adverse temperatures, and other environmental exposures. Previously, Edgar received a BS in environmental engineering from Northeastern University.

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Chen Chen

Post-Doctoral Scholar
Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Dr. Chen Chen is a postdoctoral scholar at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego. Her research lies under three main areas: 1) applying causal inference and advanced methods in air pollution epidemiology, 2) incorporating considerations of social determinants of health into studies of environmental exposures, and 3) quantifying the health risks of emerging climate-related hazards and informing effective adaptation strategies. She is also interested in…