Eri Saikawa
Eri is an Associate Professor in the Department of Environmental Sciences, Emory College and jointly appointed in the Department of Environmental Health at the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. Her main research questions are related to the source and the magnitude of emissions linked to air pollution, ozone depletion, and global warming, as well as the impacts of these emissions on humans and on the society.
Raymond Cheng
Raymond is a third-year student double majoring in Environmental Science and Quantitative Science with a concentration in Medical Anthropology. He’s currently enrolled in a BS/MPH program with Rollins School of Public Health in Environmental Health. He comes from Nanjing, China and joined the group in fall 2018. His research interest mainly involves environmental epidemiology, the exposure assessment and health outcome evaluation through qualitative and quantitative research methods, with a particular emphasis on that of air pollution. He’s currently involved in the cough clinic study, COVID-AQ study and also part of Air Emory group.
Anna Munslow
Anna majored in Computer Science. She is interested in air quality monitoring and displaying local air quality data for community members.
Eleanor Partington
Eleanor is a third-year majoring in Environmental Science and Political Science. She is from Stone Mountain, Georgia and joined the lab in the spring of 2019. She is interested in climate change, environmental justice, and environmental policy. She is currently working on the Air Emory project monitoring air quality on the Emory campus and hopefully, in the future, the Atlanta area. She is starting her own research project looking at the origins of the unequal air pollution distribution in Atlanta.
Calvin Bruno
Calvin is a third-year student majoring in Computer Science and Environmental Science from Fair Haven, New Jersey. He started work with the group in January of 2020. He is interested in emerging atmospheric technologies, specifically those built for the amelioration of our current atmospheric situation.
Rebecca Luo
Rebecca is a third-year student majoring in Computer Science and Economics from Baton Rouge, LA. She is interested in monitoring air pollution through data analysis and visualization. She is also passionate about educating young students concerning environmental issues.
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