I’m a PhD candidate at Stanford University in the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources and am coadvised by Erin Mordecai in the Department of Biology and Marshall Burke in the Department of Earth System Science. Broadly I’m interested in how environmental conditions affect human health and well-being. My specific research has focused on the conditions that align to allow yellow fever virus to spillover from non-human primates into human populations in Brazil, how gold mining may be affecting malaria transmission in the Brazilian Amazon, and estimating the effect of wildfire smoke pollution on mortality in the US.

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