Mona Sarfaty—an academic family medicine physician who had previously served as a key health staff member in the US Senate—joined our faculty to explore the potential of engaging physicians as educators about the human health relevance of climate change.

We surveyed the members of the National Medical Association, and found that most African-American physicians are already seeing the health harms of climate change on their patients.

Connie Roser-Renouf served on a National Academy of Science committee charged with reviewing the findings of National Climate Assessment.

Teresa Myers joined our faculty as a research professor, after finishing a post-doctoral fellowship with us—during which she conducted groundbreaking research on public trust in climate science conducted by federal agencies.

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