Jonathan Manley Moch
Research Fellows

Jonathan Manley Moch

Fellow, Post Doc (EE)

BCSIA Fellows


Jonathan Moch is a Postdoctoral Fellow with dual appointments to Harvard's Atmospheric Chemistry Modeling Group in the John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and to the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment (C-CHANGE) at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Jonathan's research interests center on the interactions between climate change and atmospheric chemistry and the policy and public health implications of climate issues. Jonathan previously worked at the World Resources Institute in Washington, DC.

Ph.D., 05/2020, Earth and Planetary Sciences
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

A.B., 06/2012, Geosciences; Public and International Affairs
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

S.M., 11/2016, Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Edward Sampson, Class of 1914, Prize in Environmental Geosciences
Princeton University

Stonington Graduate Fellowship of Environmental Science and Engineering2014-2015
Harvard University

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship2014-2019
National Science Foundation

Switzer Environmental Fellowship2017-2018
Robert and Patricia Switzer Foundation

Outstanding Student Presentation Award
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting