Marwa Osman

Marwa is a doctoral student at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the Biological Science in Public Health program. Her current research focuses on identifying the biological mechanisms and mediators of environmental exposures’ effects on cognitive health. She is co-mentored by Drs. Kristopher Sarosiek and Marc Weisskopf in the Environmental Health Department. Her research combines laboratory science and epidemiology. Her goal is to pursue an academic research career at the intersection of environmental health science and translational science. Outside of science, she enjoys participating in combat sports such as muay thai and boxing, listening to live music, and nature walks.