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    Kelvin Bates

    Kelvin Bates

    Kernan Brothers Environmental Fellow: 2017-2020
    PhD Chemistry, California Institute of Technology
    Current Position: Research Associate in Environmental Science and Engineering, Harvard University

    Kelvin Bates is an atmospheric chemist who investigates the interactions between biogenic and anthropogenic emissions and their contributions to smog formation.... Read more about Kelvin Bates

    Emily V. Fischer

    Emily V. Fischer

    NOAA Environmental Fellow: 2011-2013
    PhD Atmospheric Sciences, University of Washington
    Current Position: Associate Professor, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University

    Emily V. Fischer is an atmospheric chemist interested in how air pollutants are transported around the globe and how the atmosphere's self-cleansing capacity will respond to climate change.... Read more about Emily V. Fischer

    Fabien Paulot

    Fabien Paulot

    Ziff Environmental Fellow: 2011-2013
    PhD Environmental Science and Engineering, California Institute of Technology
    Current Position: Associate Research Scholar, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Princeton University

    Fabien Paulot is an atmospheric chemist who is interested in the interplay between the biosphere and the composition of the atmosphere.... Read more about Fabien Paulot

    Mauricio Santillana

    Mauricio Santillana

    Henson Environmental Fellow: 2008-2010
    PhD Computational and Applied Mathematics, University of Texas-Austin, 2008
    Current Position: Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School; Faculty member, Computational Health Informatics Program at Boston Children's Hospital; Associate, Harvard Institute for Applied Computational Science

    Mauricio Santillana is an applied mathematician and physicist with a passion for getting involved in multi-disciplinary research projects aimed at understanding the impact of human activities on our environment as well as global climate change. He has a deep interest in creating bridges between mathematics and its applications, particularly within the engineering community.... Read more about Mauricio Santillana

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