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Jonathan Gilmour

Research Associate

Jonathan Gilmour is an Aspen Institute Future Leader Climate Fellow and Science and Tech Policy Fellow. He previously was a Data Scientist and founding member at the Pandemic Tracking Collective, an advisor to the Rockefeller Foundation’s Pandemic Prevention Initiative, and a Data Infrastructure Engineer at The COVID Tracking Project at The Atlantic. Jonathan has a Computer Science degree from Grinnell College. In his spare time, he loves to explore the…

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Jennifer Stowell

Research Scientist
Boston University

Dr. Stowell is a Research Scientist in Center for Climate and Health at Boston University. She utilizes spatial and epidemiologic methods to examine the adverse effects of climate change on human health. Her continuing research is focused on expanding our understanding of extreme heat, prescribed fire, and wildfire smoke exposure on pregnancy and birth outcomes.

Seulkee Heo

Research Scientist
Yale School of the Environment

I am investigating health effects of climate change, air pollution, and urban built environment. My early experience in serving as a student assistant for numerous government research projects of climate change and public health has cultivated my passion in research that can aid decision-makers in environmental health policy and urban planning. These policy-relevant research works include establishment of processes for applying indicators for food and environmental hazards in policy-making, improving…

Scott Delaney

Research Associate
HSPH Department of Environmental Health

Scott Delaney, ScD JD MPH, is an epidemiologist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. His research seeks to identify ways that social, environmental, and psychosocial factors interact to affect health outcomes with the aim of creating better, more equitable healthcare, social, and legal systems. Currently, Dr. Delaney is exploring how social marginalization and disadvantage exacerbate effects of climate change on brain health.

Daniel Mork

Daniel Mork

Research Scientist
HSPH Department of Biostatistics

Daniel received his PhD from Colorado State University where he developed statistical methods for studying the relationship between maternal exposures to air pollution and birth and children’s health outcomes. His research interests include: statistical machine learning, functional regression, variable selection, effect heterogeneity, and causal inference, with an application to understanding the health effects of environmental exposures.

Keith Spangler

Research Scientist
Boston University School of Public Health Department of Environmental Health

Keith Spangler is a postdoctoral associate in the Department of Environmental Health and the Biostatistics and Epidemiology Data Analytics Center (BEDAC) at Boston University. His research interests are in the health effects of climate change and its disproportionate impacts on socially vulnerable communities. His recent work includes assessing spatiotemporal changes in heat-related mortality, developing a data repository of spatially resolved heat metrics, and improving exposure measurements for analyzing social determinants…