T.H Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University,USA
Renee Wurth, Ph.D is a population researcher. Her research is highly interdisciplinary, with the overarching focus on using quantitative and qualitative methods for achieving health equity. She earned a Ph.D in population health from Northeastern University and completed her postdoctoral training at T.H Chan School of Public Health at Harvard University.
During her graduate training she completed a fellowship at University California Berkeley, working on environmental policy and justice, as well as microbiome fellowship at the J. Craig Venter Institute. She was also a MIT Impact fellow. Currently, she works as a research scientist in the tech industry, advises several startups in the space, and writes science communications for international news outlets.
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