MPH student at Yale School of Public Health
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 of participation in YSPH’s Summer Research Experience in Environmental Health (SREEH) program in 2020. During this program he performed statistical analysis on demographic and environmental data to assess and map heat vulnerability in the State of Connecticut.
- Bachelor of Science in Business, Healthcare Management, University of Connecticut (2021)