Ana Rappold graduated from Duke with a Ph.D. in Statistics and Decision Sciences in 2004. After graduating, she joined the Environmental Protection Agency, first as a postdoctoral fellow and later as a Principal Investigator. She is currently the scientific lead on research aimed at integrating public health messaging with environmental models and understanding their effectiveness in improving population health outcomes. Dr. Rappold was recently awarded a Pathfinder Innovation Projects Award to conduct research on wearable air quality sensors and health. Read more about Ana here.
Alumni Profile: Ana Rappold
Wednesday, April 12, 2017