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Public Health Assistant Professor Co-Authors Paper for Centers for Disease Control

The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences Department of Public Health Assistant Professor, Kristina Kintziger, co-authored a paper just released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  The paper, “Technical Documentation on Exposure-Response Functions for Climate-Sensitive Health Outcomes” provides an overview of available national and state level sources for health and climate data; study designs analyses relevant for climate and health; and, case studies that connect exposure-response functions to disease burden projections.

Kintzier joined the Department of Public Health in 2016 after serving as an environmental epidemiologist with the Florida Department of Health.

You may read Kintzier’s article here.

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