Bayham, Jude

Research Interests: Wildfire Economics, Economic Epidemiology, Natural Capital, Environmental Economics, Natural Resource Economics

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Eilertson, Kirsten

Courses: PBHC 5600
Research Interests: My work is focused on the application and development of statistical methods for active scientific research. Most recently, these applications have been in the domains of public health and medicine. My statistical areas of expertise include generalized linear mixed models, latent variable and state space models.

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Neophytou, Andreas

Courses: ERHS 6930
Research interests: Advanced epidemiologic methods and causal inference in epidemiology as they apply to the areas of environmental and occupational epidemiology

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Weller, Zach

Research interests: Applied statistics for solving problems in and related to ecology, environmental health, energy, biology, wildlife management, animal science, and the environment

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Keller, Joshua

Research interests: statistical methods for environmental exposures and health outcomes, flexible confounding adjustment and visualization of data from environmental trials

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Elf, Jessica

Courses: REHS 6400, PBHC 6860, PBHC 6980
Research interests: Epidemiology and health impacts of air pollution and tobacco use, with an emphasis on the HIV and tuberculosis (TB) co-epidemic; overlap of air pollution and tobacco with these epidemics and the subsequent impact on TB and HIV health outcomes.

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Sharp, Julia

Research interests: statistical consulting, statistical applications, experimental design and analysis

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Zahran, Sammy

Research interests: population, environment and natural resources; natural hazards and risks; environmental policy and planning

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Peel, Jennifer

Courses: ERHS 6400, ERHS 6930
Research interests: short-term exposures and health impacts of commuting; evaluating the cardiovascular, respiratory, and adverse birth outcomes in relation to air pollution; investigating cardiovascular and metabolic-related endpoints in relation to exposure to biomass emissions in Honduras; identifying stakeholders and research needs regarding energy and air pollution in Colorado

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Most, David

Courses: EDRM 7010, EDRM 7030
Research interest: the development of novel applications and extensions of statistical methods

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Magzamen, Sheryl

Courses: ERHS 5380, VSCS 5330
Research interests: children’s environmental health, ambient pollution mixtures on respiratory health, including anthropogenic pollutants and pesticides, and independent and joint effects of socioeconomic status and environmental exposures on health

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Gutilla, Molly

Courses: ERHS 5380, PBHC 5340, PBHC 5700, PBHL 6860, PBHC 6921, PBHC 6980
Research interests: health equity, health in rural areas, methods of community health assessment, spatial and social epidemiology and research ethics

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Fisher, Gwen

Research interests: occupational health psychology among older workers, retirement, work ability, and prolonged working life; and the work/non-work interface, including work/non-work conflict, enhancement, and work/life balance

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Clark, Maggie

Courses: ERHS, 6580, ERHS 6930
Research interests: the chronic health effects of indoor and occupational exposures to air pollution; a focus has been identifying factors conferring increased susceptibility as well as evaluating vulnerable populations

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Nelson, Tracy

Research interests: the biobehavioral influences on soldier performance and health, the impact of genetic, neuroendocrine and metabolic factors on chronic disease and evaluation and interventions to improve community-level chronic disease risk

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Rosecrance, John

Research interest: the cause and prevention of work-related musculoskeletal disorders with a specific focus on carpal tunnel syndrome

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Rao, Sangeeta

Courses: VSCS 5330
Research interest: to identify analytical approaches to tackle disease spread and antimicrobial resistance patterns of infectious agents

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