Jennifer is a data scientist and an environmental epidemiologist by training. She focuses on extracting meaning and knowledge from building, indoor environmental quality, and population health data through visualization and analysis. At Delos, Jennifer leads the planning and execution of epidemiology studies examining how environmental factors influence human health and wellness.
Jennifer is an expert in the domains of epidemiology, environmental health and biostatistics. She also specializes in cardiovascular disease, seasonal influenza, and syndromic surveillance. Remarkably, she was invited by the U.S Office of Science and Technology Policy to present her work predicting (out-of-sample) the burden of cardiovascular death in NYC during the 2009-2010 influenza season. She has published six peer-reviewed studies and is an ad hoc reviewer for nine peer-reviewed journals.
She holds a Doctorate of Science in Environmental Health and Epidemiology from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, a Master of Public Health from Boston University School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology and Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to joining Delos, Jennifer completed her post-doctoral training at Harvard University and Columbia University.