Samuel S. Myers
Principal Research Scientist, Planetary Health
Lecturer on Environmental Science and Public Policy
Envir Sci&Pub Pol
Faculty of Arts & Sciences
LHT Not OT Eligible
Faculty of Arts & Sciences
Myers SS, Zanobetti A, Kloog I, Huybers P, Leakey ADB, Bloom AJ, Carlisle E, Dietterich LH, Fitzgerald G, Hasegawa T, Holbrook NM, Nelson RL, Ottman MJ, Raboy V, Sakai H, Sartor KA, Schwartz J, Seneweera S, Tausz M, Usui Y.
Nature. 2019 Oct. 574(7778):E14. PMID: 31576054
Park CS, Vogel E, Larson LM, Myers SS, Daniel M, Biggs BA.
Lancet Planet Health. 2019 10. 3(10):e429-e438. PMID: 31625515
Smith MR, Myers SS.
Geohealth. 2019 Jul. 3(7):190-200. PMID: 32159041
Fires, Smoke Exposure, and Public Health: An Integrative Framework to Maximize Health Benefits From Peatland Restoration.
Marlier ME, Liu T, Yu K, Buonocore JJ, Koplitz SN, DeFries RS, Mickley LJ, Jacob DJ, Schwartz J, Wardhana BS, Myers SS.
Geohealth. 2019 Jul. 3(7):178-189. PMID: 32159040
Cohort Description of the Madagascar Health and Environmental Research-Antongil (MAHERY-Antongil) Study in Madagascar.
Golden CD, Borgerson C, Rice BL, Allen LH, Anjaranirina EJG, Barrett CB, Boateng G, Gephart JA, Hampel D, Hartl DL, Knippenberg E, Myers SS, Ralalason DH, Ramihantaniarivo H, Randriamady H, Shahab-Ferdows S, Vaitla B, Volkman SK, Vonona MA.
Front Nutr. 2019. 6:109. PMID: 31428615
Golden CD, Vaitla B, Ravaoliny L, Vonona MA, Anjaranirina EG, Randriamady HJ, Glahn RP, Guth SE, Fernald LC, Myers SS.
Public Health Nutr. 2019 08. 22(12):2200-2209. PMID: 31112110
Fisher B, Herrera D, Adams D, Fox HE, Gallagher L, Gerkey D, Gill D, Golden CD, Hole D, Johnson K, Mulligan M, Myers SS, Naidoo R, Pfaff A, Rasolofoson R, Selig ER, Tickner D, Treuer T, Ricketts T.
Lancet Planet Health. 2019 03. 3(3):e112-e113. PMID: 30904104
Smith MR, DeFries R, Chhatre A, Ghosh-Jerath S, Myers SS.
Food Nutr Bull. 2019 03. 40(1):26-40. PMID: 30974983
Human-caused changes in the global environment, such as deforestation and air pollution, are increasingly threatening our own health and well-being, according to Harvard Chan School's Samuel Myers.
Commentary: Sharp differences between presidential candidates on environment will impact human health
The winner of the 2020 U.S. presidential election will shape environmental policy that could have a significant impact on human health around the world, according to a September 29, 2020 commentary in The Lancet. The piece, co-authored by…
The Oxford English Dictionary chose “climate emergency” as its word of the year for 2019, reflecting the hundred-fold increase in the phrase’s usage over the previous year. Gina McCarthy, director of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health’s…
Staple foods such as wheat and rice are losing essential nutrients due to global warming. Experts don’t know exactly why this is happening, but they warn that if greenhouse gas emissions aren’t curtailed, millions more around the world…
Recent research has shown that rice grown under carbon dioxide levels that could be reached as soon as 2050 could lose 17-30% of its B vitamin content. A new study from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health…