The Climate Change and Global Health Research Group conducts community-based, participatory epidemiology at the social-environment-health nexus, in the context of global environmental change. Our group’s current research focus involves working with intersectoral partners to respond to the grand challenge of developing an evidence base for policies, interventions, and actions needed to moderate future climate change impacts on health outcomes around the world.


Our Research Group has four objectives:
1) Advancing Climate-Health Knowledge
2) Training and Developing Climate-Health Capacity
3) Shaping Policy and Informing Practice
4) Serving Science, the Academy, and Society