Climate Change and Global Health (SIO 116)
This course decodes the exchangeable links between our climate and population health in different contexts around the globe with a focus on environmental justice.
Reproducibility in Epidemiology (FMPH 291a) (co-taught with Heather Pines)
This course introduces PhD students to the concept of reproducibility in public health research and encourage students to adopt this practice in their own research and statistical analyses. Students will also be exposed to the application of different epidemiologic methods.
Advanced Methods in Epidemiology and Causal Inference (FMPH 291b) (co-taught with Caroline Thompson)
This course familiarizes PhD students with modern causal inference methods for epidemiological research encompassing both the theoretical background and hands-on experience.