After one year of remote learning in China, Chengyi finally managed to arrive at New Haven. Welcome, Chengyi! The whole city is waiting for you to explore.
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,Continue reading “New project to examine the associations between extreme precipitation, floods, or drought and childhood diarrhea in Low- and Middle-Income Countries”
This is a news posted in Yale School of Public Health website, written by Michael Greenwood on September 29, 2021. Kai Chen, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences, studies the relationship between climate change, air pollution and human health. He applies multidisciplinary approaches in climate and air pollution sciences, exposure assessmentContinue reading “3 Essential Questions: Climate Change and Health (YSPH News)”
Check Mitchell’s biography here. Mitchell is a first year MPH student in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Yale School of Public Health. He is interested in the intersection of climate change and human health, specifically the social, individual and environmental factors influencing climate change vulnerability among disadvantaged populations. Mitchell’s prior experience consists ofContinue reading “Welcome Mitchell Manware back to CHEN Lab!”
Title: Predicting spatiotemporally-resolved air temperature over Sweden from satellite data using an ensemble model Journal: Environmental Research https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2021.111960 Available online 28 August 2021
ISEE 2021 is coming! CHEN Lab members are going to present their work in different sessions: Traditional Oral Session Predicting spatiotemporally-resolved air temperature over Sweden from satellite data using an ensemble model, Zhihao Jin, 19:00 – 20:30, 26 August, TRADITIONAL ORAL SESSION 34 Vulnerability factors driving differential patterns in the heat-related mortality between rural andContinue reading “CHEN Lab at ISEE 2021”
Check Evan’s biography here. Evan is a visiting PhD candidate from University of Bern. Thus far, Evan’s work has aimed to understand the long term temperature-mortality trends and to identify drivers of temperature-related vulnerability factors. At Yale, Evan hopes to acquire the skillset to provide projections on climate change impacts.