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Kintziger co-authors climate change white paper for the CDC

 

Assistant Professor Kristina W. Kintziger, PhD, MPH

Assistant Professor Kristina Kintziger

The CDC recently released a white paper on climate change and health, co-authored by Assistant Professor Kristina Kintziger, entitled “Technical Documentation on Exposure-Response Functions for Climate-Sensitive Health Outcomes”.

This white paper provides an overview of available national- and state-level sources for health and climate data; study designs and statistical analyses relevant for climate and health; and, case studies that connect exposure-response functions to disease burden projections.

Dr. Kintziger is Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health at UT, who joined us in 2016 after serving as an environmental epidemiologist with the Florida Department of Health.

https://www.cdc.gov/climateandhealth/docs/Exposure_Response_Functions_for_Climate_Sensitive_Health-Outcomes_508.pdf

 

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