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Miriam Marlier

Marlier

Miriam Marlier is an Assistant Professor of Global Environmental Change in the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is an interdisciplinary environmental scientist with broad interests in examining interactions between environmental change and public health using remote sensing data and interdisciplinary modeling techniques.

Dana Hunnes

Dana Hunnes has worked as a clinical inpatient dietitian at RR-UCLA Medical Center since 2005. She completed her B.S. at Cornell University with a double major in Nutrition and Human Biology, Health, and Society.  Dana completed her RD-training (dietetic internship) at Emory University Hospitals and health system.  Her MPH is from UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health, in the department of CHS. Dana’s dissertation research focused on how climate change affects food security in Ethiopia. Dana is a sought out media expert in the areas of nutrition, diet, health, and fitness.

Richard Ambrose

Richard F. Ambrose is Professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences and the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA.  He received his B.S. from UC Irvine and his Ph.D. from UCLA.  He spent seven years at the Marine Science Institute at U.C. Santa Barbara before returning to UCLA in 1992.  He teaches graduate courses covering environmental assessment, restoration ecology, conservation biology, and the ecological effects of climate change.

Ondine S. von Ehrenstein

Dr. von Ehrenstein’s interdisciplinary research examines environmental factors considering the interplay with social, behavioral and biological factors in relation to health and disease. She focuses the prenatal period to adolescence, with a life course perspective. Her work is translational in nature and aims at improving population health and sustainability, especially in low resource settings and communities in different countries. 

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