Our group's work is focused on targeted environmental measurements, typically of air pollutants, and modeling of exposures and their relationship with health outcomes. We focus on geographic areas in which these measurements are lacking, and develop both tools and protocols for making measurements in these sometimes challenging contexts. As a result, our work occurs in many countries around the world, on projects related to household energy use and its implications for ecosystem and human health and climate change. We evaluate novel interventions in the context of their efficacy, effectiveness, and potential for impact at scale, and collaborate closely with colleagues who are committed to open, transparent, and transformative team science.
As a result, our backgrounds are diverse. Current and past group members have wide academic and work backgrounds -- including training in Biology, English, Engineering, and Environmental Health, among others.