NCAR --> SERE --> CCB --> ISSE --> ASP --> Climate & Health


Please note: The application for this colloquium is now closed

# Participant Affiliation Background
1 Anyah, Richard Dept. of Marine,
Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, North Carolina State University
Meteorology, specializing in regional climate modeling and Applications.
2 Belensz, Alan NYS Department of Law
Environmental Protection Bureau
Environmental justice
3 Bowles, Erik Kansas State University Importance of climatic extremes on the well-being of organisms
4 Brunkard, Joan Environmental Studies, University of California Climatic and socioeconomic factors associated with the resurgence of dengue fever
5 Coleman, Jill Department of Geography, Ohio State Climatology (teleconnection patterns, classification, hurricane), biometeorology and medical geography
6 Conley, Heather Kansas State University Climatic sequences related to hantavirus outbreaks
7 Durand, Kevin Health Sciences Center, University of Colorado Public health, infectious disease epidemiology, microbiology, disease ecology, medical geography
8 Field, Robert Canadian Forest Service Climate and biomass burning interactions, emissions modeling
9 Gebrab, Samson Aquatic, Watershed and Earth resources, Utah State University GIS with application in Epidemiology, Environmental Sciences, Land Resources.
10 Grass, David LDEO/ Columbia University Effects of weather and air pollution on human health
11 Henneberger, Alexandra National Research center for Environment and Health GSF, Germany Epidemiology and biometry (research field: air pollution and ECG
12 Huber, Katja University of Natural resources and Applied Life Sciences, Austria Bioclimatology, i.e. special subject UV radiation and health
13 John, Chandy Case Western Reserve University
Co-Director, Rainbow Center for International Child Health
Rainfall, temperature and vector density related to malaria incidence in Kenya
14 Knowlton, Kim Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University Projecting climate change/health impacts for metropolitan NY
15 Koliveras, Korine University of Arizona Role of climate in determining the spatial and temporal patterns of human health
16 Li, Zhuobin Dept. for Applied Mathematics, Case Western Reserve University Applied mathematics for infectious diseases
17 Marshall, Michael Clark University, University of Nairobi Climate and hydrological modeling in a GIS environment
18 Mena, Marcelo Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research Inversion modeling of emissions of carbon monoxide for regional scale chemical transport models
19 Munoz, Ernesto Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, University of Maryland Climate variability of the tropical Atlantic and neighboring countries
20 Olson, Sarah University of Wisconsin, Madison How population health is responding to global climate change
21 Paz, Shlomit Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Haifa Climatic changes and environmental issues in the Mediterranean basin.
22 Reed, Aisha Perdue University Atmospheric Science
23 Rodriguez, Carla NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Environmental epidemiology, cluster detection, infectious disease
24 Rodriguez, Miguel Laboratori de Recerca del Clima, Barcelona Detecting Transitory climate forcing on environment and society, statistical tools
25 Spak, Scott University of Wisconsin Atmospheric chemical transport modeling
26 Stennet, Roxann Climate Studies Group Mona (CSGM),
University of the West Indies Mona
Climate variability and its impact on health in the Carribean.
27 Thaler, Sabina University of Birmingham, UK Geography and Regional Planning, meteorology, climatology, statistic, GIS
28 Tuglus, Catherine Columbia University Creating an early warning system for high levels of disease
29 Wang, Jun Dept. of Atmospheric Sciences, University of Alabama Satellite retrieval, data assimilation, and air quality modeling of aerosols
30 Wise, Erika Dept. of Geography and Regional Development, University of Arizona Impacts of climate change and variability, particularly on human health

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