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Kathryn Conlon


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Kathryn Conlon



Dr. Kathryn Conlon is an assistant professor of Epidemiology with a joint appointment in the School of Medicine (Division of Public Health Sciences) and School of Veterinary Medicine (Department of Veterinary Medicine & Epidemiology) at the University of California, Davis. Her research aims to advance our understanding of the myriad ways climate change impacts human health, including characterizing exposure among the most at-risk populations, as well as identifying and evaluating interventions taken to protect health from climate-related exposures. Prior to joining the University of California, Davis, Dr. Conlon was an epidemiologist with the Climate and Health Program at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention where she worked closely with state and local public health practitioners to design climate change epidemiological studies.

Dr. Conlon's experiences with state and local health practitioners has been her motivation to design, characterize, conduct, and implement research and programs in support of building an evidence base for climate change and health interventions.

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