High quality existing data sources can be efficiently integrated to assess the population health impacts of emerging environmental hazards. However, assimilating these sources into a coherent data set for health analysis presents many challenges. My goal is to utilize environmental data integration to pursue health-based investigations of environmental hazards and evaluate these issues in a policy-relevant framework to inform population health.
My research examines the health impacts of environmental and energy sector exposures, including oil and gas development, traffic-related air pollution, and emerging hazards. These projects broadly leverage policy-relevant methods related to spatial exposure assessment and econometric-based causal inference techniques. Below, you’ll find a list of my published work.