Professor of Epidemiology (Environmental Health Sciences); Faculty Director, Yale Center on Climate Change and Health, Environmental Health Sciences
- Brain Neoplasms
- HIV Infections
- Climate Change
- Global Warming
Dr. Robert Dubrow is Faculty Director of The Yale Center on Climate Change and Health (CCCH) and Professor of Epidemiology in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at Yale School of Public Health. He teaches the course EPH 555a/b, Practicum in Environmental/Climate Justice, Sustainability, and Public Health, which is offered in both the fall and spring terms. He also teaches the climate change module in the MPH core course, EPH 513b, Major Health Threats: Determinants and Solutions. Dr. Dubrow’s research interests include the relationship between exposure to high temperatures and kidney disease, and the benefits and harms of air conditioning for adaptation to extreme heat.