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Climate Change and Health Seminar Series: "Critical Window Variable Selection for Mixtures: Estimating the Impact of Multiple Air Pollutants on Stillbirth"

Join the Yale Center on Climate Change and Health as we welcome Dr. Joshua Warren, YSPH Associate Professor of Biostatistics, for "Critical Window Variable Selection for Mixtures: Estimating the Impact of Multiple Air Pollutants on Stillbirth." Registration is required. Yale students, staff, and faculty are welcome to join us at 47 College Street, Room 106B; all others may stream the event online.

Dr. Warren’s research focuses on statistical methods in public health with an emphasis on environmental health problems. Much of his work involves introducing spatial and spatiotemporal models in the Bayesian setting to learn more about associations between environmental exposures, such as air pollution, and various health outcomes including preterm birth, low birth weight, and congenital anomalies. He also has interest in developing and applying spatiotemporal models in collaborative settings such as infectious disease epidemiology, geography, nutrition, and glaucoma research. His theoretical and methodological interests include multiple topics in spatial/spatiotemporal modeling and Bayesian nonparameterics.


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