Institute of Hazard, Risk & Resilience, Department of Earth Sciences, Durham University
GeoHealth means combining health and Earth sciences knowledge to better predict and mitigate the impacts of our dynamic world.
Johns Hopkins University
GeoHealth means understanding health prospects and outcomes as a function of interacting Earth and human systems.
George Washington University
GeoHealth means integrating Earth and health sciences to investigate connections between the natural world, human activities, and public health.
Past President (2017-2019)
National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
GeoHealth means bringing the richness, diversity, and rigor of our collective expertise to better understand the complex interface between human health and the environment to promote a robust and sustainable future for all.
University of Florida
University of Southern California
Communications and Engagement Sub-Committee
University of Oklahoma
University of Kentucky
Early Career Development Sub-Committee
George Mason University
University of California, Irvine
Policy & Fundraising Sub-Committee
Lex van Geen
Editor-in-Chief, GeoHealth Journal
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis
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