New project to examine the associations between extreme precipitation, floods, or drought and childhood diarrhea in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

This project is funded by the Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute.

This project aims to apply estimate the relationship between extreme precipitation, floods, or drought and risk of childhood diarrhea in LMICs, and to evaluate whether these effects are modified by water, sanitation, and hygiene (WaSH) practices.

Team

Kai Chen, PhD, Principal Investigator

Robert Dubrow, MD, PhD, Co-Investigator

Virginia Pitzer, SCD, Co-Investigator

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Abheet J. Solomon, Subaward PI at UNICEF

Pin Wang, Postdoctoral Associate

Ernest Asare, Postdoctoral Associate

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