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Michelle Bell

Professor of Environmental Health
Yale School of the Environment

Dr. Michelle Bell is the Mary E. Pinchot Professor of Environmental Health at the Yale University School of the Environment, with secondary appointments at the Yale School of Public Health, Environmental Health Sciences Division and the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Science, Environmental Engineering Program. Her research investigates how human health is affected by atmospheric systems, including air pollution and weather. Other research interests include the health impacts of climate change and environmental justice.

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Gregory Wellenius

Professor of Environmental Health
Boston University School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health

Gregory Wellenius, ScD leverages his training in epidemiology, environmental health, and human physiology to lead research focused on assessing the human health impacts of the built environment in the context of a rapidly changing climate. His team has made a number of notable contributions to our understanding of the health risks associated with air pollution, noise pollution, other features of our physical environment, and those posed by a changing climate.…

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Kate Weinberger

Assistant Professor
University of British Columbia School of Population and Public Health

Dr. Kate Weinberger is an environmental epidemiologist with an interdisciplinary background in climate science and environmental health. Her research focuses on the links between climate change and human health, especially changes in extreme weather events and aeroallergens. Her recent work examines the health impacts of extreme heat and the effectiveness of strategies to protect public health during extreme heat events. Dr. Weinberger received a master’s degree in climate science and…

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Joseph Antonelli

Assistant Professor
University of Florida Department of Biostatistics

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Florida. I completed my PhD in Biostatistics at Harvard University, where I also completed three years of postdoctoral training. I have a broad interest in statistics, but most of my research has centered around high-dimensional modeling, flexible Bayesian models, causal inference, and spatial statistics. I have applied my methodological research to a number of problems in…

Joan Casey

Assistant Professor
Columbia Mailman School of Public Health, Department of Environmental Health Science

Joan A. Casey received her doctoral degree from the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in 2014. Dr. Casey is an environmental epidemiologist who focuses on aging, environmental justice, and sustainability. She considers vulnerable populations and the implications of health disparities, particularly in an era of climate change. Dr. Casey also holds a BS in Biological and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and…