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Climate Research, Environmental Sciences, Epidemiology, Public Health
Causal Inference, Data Collection Design, Data Management, Data Visualization, Geographic Information Systems, Predictive Modeling, Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis

Marie O’Neill

Professor of Epidemiology and Environmental Health Sciences

School of Public Health

My research interests include health effects of air pollution, temperature extremes and climate change (mortality, asthma, hospital admissions, birth outcomes and cardiovascular endpoints); environmental exposure assessment; and socio-economic influences on health.
Data science tools and methodologies include geographic information systems and spatio-temporal analysis, epidemiologic study design and data management.