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Welcome to our spotlight series, where we look beyond the CV and discover more about our investigators. Meet Peter James, who joined the Department of Population Medicine in 2017. Trained in environmental health and epidemiology, Dr. James has focused his research on estimating the influence of geographic contextual factors, including exposure to nature, the built environment, the food environment, air pollution, light pollution, noise, and socioeconomic factors, on health behaviors and chronic disease.
Welcome to our spotlight series, where we look beyond the CV and learn more about our investigators. Hefei Wen joined our department in September 2019. Her research leverages rigorous quantitative methods to inform health and social policies surrounding the behavioral health issues in the U.S. Her recent projects study the implications of opioid regulation, marijuana liberalization, Medicaid expansion, and criminal justice reform, for the ongoing drug crisis. Join us as we learn more about Dr. Wen.