Marie O'Neill

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Associate Professor
  • Public Health
    • Environmental Health Sciences
    • Epidemiology
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Our research in environmental epidemiology addresses associations between air pollution and health, climate change and health (with a specific emphasis on extreme temperatures) and environmental equity. Most research is accomplished using secondary datasets, including vital statistics data based in the U.S. and Latin America (Mexico, Chile and Brazil); data from large epidemiologic cohorts (Normative Aging Study, Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis), and exposure data derived from ambient temperature and air pollution monitoring.  We are currently evaluating air pollution and preterm birth in Mexico City, and doing a 3 city study related to residential weatherization and vulnerability to heat stress.

UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

My work contributes directly toward solving the United Nations SDGs listed below. Learn more.

No PovertyGood Health and Well-BeingAffordable and Clean EnergyIndustry, Innovation and InfrastructureSustainable Cities and CommunitiesResponsible Consumption and ProductionClimate ActionPeace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Current sustainability courses taught

Affiliations

The affiliations listed below show engagement with the Graham Sustainability Institute.

  • Climate Center
    • Event Participant
  • Education Programs
    • Dow Programs
      • Postdoctoral Fellow
      • Distinguished Awards
        • Seed Grantee
      • Distinguished Faculty Fellow
      • Doctoral Advisor
    • Event Participant
    • Reviewer
  • Emerging Opportunities
    • Catalyst Grants
      • Co-PI/Collaborator
      • Reviewer
    • Event Participant
    • Fast Track Grants
    • MCubed Blocks
      • PI
    • Integrated Assessments
      • Great Lakes Cities Project
        • Co-PI/Collaborator
    • ESMRT
      • PI
  • General
    • Event Participant
    • Small Grant Recipient