Neal Fann

Master's Student
Department of Epidemiology, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Neal Fann is a second year MPH-Epi study at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and a senior Policy Analyst at the Office of Air and Radiation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Neal’s research interests include the role air pollution plays in promoting population frailty.

Edgar Castro

PhD Student
Department of Environmental Health, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public 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.

Ambarish Chattopadhyay

PhD Student
Harvard University Department of Statistics

Ambarish Chattopadhyay is a doctoral student in the Department of Statistics at Harvard University. Previously, Ambarish received a bachelor’s degree (B.Sc.) in Statistics from St. Xavier’s College, Kolkata, and a master’s degree in Statistics (M.Stat) from Indian Statistical Institute. His research focuses on developing novel statistical theory and methods for causal inference in randomized experiments and observational studies, with applications to problems in an array of fields including social and…

Robert Meade

Dr. Robert D. Meade (Rob) is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Human and Environmental Physiology Research Unit at the University of Ottawa and is also pursuing a Masters in Public Health (Epidemiology) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His research is focused on the health impacts of extreme heat and the development of evidence-based guidance on the use of personal cooling interventions for protecting vulnerable individuals during…

Sarika Aggarwal

PhD Student
HSPH Department of Biostatistics

Sarika Aggarwal is a 1st year PhD student in the Biostatistics department and previously, received her B.S. in Statistics from the University of Pittsburgh. She is excited to work with Dr. Rachel Nethery and Dr. Kate Hu this semester to investigate the association between flood exposures and hospitalization.

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Katherine Burrows

PhD Student
Yale School of the Environment

Kate is a PhD candidate at Yale University where she studies climate change and health. Kate is particularly interested in the relationship between the environment, human migration, and mental health. Her dissertation work is based in Indonesia and explores the effect of displacement on the relationship between landslides and mental health outcomes. Kate is trained in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, and she employs a mixed-methods approach in…

Hayon Michelle Choi

PhD Candidate at Yale University
Yale School of the Environment

Hayon is a PhD candidate at Yale University where she studies environmental epidemiology and health impact of climate change. Hayon is interested in the relationship between hot/cold temperature and health, especially focusing on finding the gap between groups with different environment settings.

Ellen Considine

PhD Student
HSPH Department of Biostatistics

Ellen Considine is a PhD student in biostatistics at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.  Outside of school, she writes a column (“Breathing Data”) about environmental health, data science, and public policy for the Harvard Public Health Review. In May 2020, Ellen graduated from the University of Colorado (CU) Boulder with a BS in applied math and minors in statistics, economics, and geography. At CU, she worked on…

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Michael Cork

PhD Student
HSPH Department of Biostatistics

I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and attended Pomona College for my undergraduate education. After graduating in 2016 with a major in Mathematics, I moved to Spain to teach English while continuing remote work for City of Hope, a cancer research institute. I moved to Seattle in 2017, where for the past three years I’ve been a fellow at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) working in global…

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Jeremiah Jones

PhD Student
University of Rochester Department of Biostatistics and Computational Biology

I’m a Statistician and Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Rochester, studying to complete my PhD under Drs. Ashkan Ertefaie and Robert Strawderman. I have several research interests, mostly focusing on causal inference problems: Causal mediation analysis Variable selection methods in causal Inference Post-selection inference techniques Personalized medicine through indivualized treatment strategies