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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C WORKSHOP ATTENDEES." National Research Council. 2015. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21705.
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APPENDIX C
WORKSHOP ATTENDEES

Valerie Adams, US Department of Defense

Linnea Availone, US National Science Foundation

John Balbus, US National Instituted of Environmental Health Sciences

Charles Benjamin Beard, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Georges Benjamin, American Public Health Association

Robert Benson, US Environmental Protection Agency

Michelle Bell, Yale University

Peter Berry, Health Canada

Ashely, Bieniek-Tobasco, George Washington University

Laura Bonzanigo, World Bank

Timony Bouley, World Bank

Ross Bowling, US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Molly Brown, US National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Duarte Costa, University of Exeter

George Daston, Proctor and Gamble

Richard Denison, Environmental Defense Fund

Caroline Dilworth, US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Kristie Ebi, University of Washington

Joshua Elliot, University of Chicago

Lauren Everett, US National Academy of Sciences

Josh Gardenier, retired

Turkan Gardenier, Pragmatica Corp.

Gerald Geernaert, US Department of Energy

Sarah Gerould, US Geological Survey

Gregory Glass, University of Florida

Anne Grambsch, US Environmental Protection Agency

Gubraiel Ghusai, affiliation unknown

Stéphane Hallegate, World Bank

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C WORKSHOP ATTENDEES." National Research Council. 2015. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21705.
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Mary Hayden, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Jawed Hameedi, US Department of Commerce

Eric Hooker, Tetra Tech Inc.

Vito Ilacqua, US Environmental Protection Agency

Anthony Janetos, Boston University

Hans Kaper, Georgetown University

Sari Kovats, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Jennifer Lincoln, US National Institute on Occupational Safety and Health

Erin Lipp, University of Georgia

Germaine Louis, US National Institutes of Health

George Luber, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Stephen Marcus, US National Institutes of Health

Suril Mehta, US Environmental Protection Agency

WB Meino-Zorento, unknown affiliation

Jonathan Mellor, Yale University

Ana Navas-Acien, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Nick Ogden, Public Health Agency of Canada

Gerald Poje, Society for Occupational and Environmental Health

Craig Postelwaite, US Department of Defense

William Rom, US Environmental Protection Agency

Crystal Romeo, University of Maryland

Sara Ruth, US National Science Foundation

Laura Sappelsa, Analytic Services Inc.

Jan Semenza, European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention

Keegan Sawyer, US National Academy of Sciences

Marilee Shelton-Davenport, US National Academy of Sciences

Mark Shimamoto, US Global Change Research Program

Lauren Soni, US National Academy of Sciences

Amanda Staudt, US National Academy of Sciences

WA Toscano, University of Minnesota

Juli Trtanj, US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Joyce Tsuji, Exponent

Robert Vallario, US Department of Energy

Linda Wennerberg, US National Aeronautics and Space Administration

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C WORKSHOP ATTENDEES." National Research Council. 2015. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21705.
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Wenying Wu, Johns Hopkins University

Helmut Zarbl, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Ben Zaitchik, Johns Hopkins University

Lauren Zeise, California Environmental Protection Agency

Lewis Ziska, US Department of Agriculture

Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C WORKSHOP ATTENDEES." National Research Council. 2015. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21705.
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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX C WORKSHOP ATTENDEES." National Research Council. 2015. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/21705.
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Climate change poses risks to human health and well-being through shifting weather patterns, increases in frequency and intensity of heat waves and other extreme weather events, rising sea levels, ocean acidification, and other environmental effects. Those risks occur against a backdrop of changing socioeconomic conditions, medical technology, population demographics, environmental conditions, and other factors that are important in determining health. Models of health risks that reflect how health determinants and climate changes vary in time and space are needed so that we can inform adaptation efforts and reduce or prevent adverse health effects. Robust health risk models could also help to inform national and international discussions about climate policies and the economic consequences of action and inaction.

Interest in resolving some of the challenges facing health effects modelers and health scientists led the National Research Council's Standing Committee on Emerging Science for Environmental Health Decisions to hold a workshop on November 3-4, 2014, in Washington, DC, to explore new approaches to modeling the human health risks of climate change. Throughout the workshop, the discussions highlighted examples of current application of models, research gaps, lessons learned, and potential next steps to improve modeling of health risks associated with climate change. Modeling the Health Risks of Climate Change summarizes the presentation and discussion of the workshop.

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