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Jessica Schiff

Master of Science (SM) Environmental Health

Jessica Schiff is a DPhil candidate and Clarendon Scholar focusing on improving our understanding of the relationships between climate, health, and resource utilization. She received her Master of Science in Environmental Health from Harvard University and her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Boston University. 

She previously explored how various environmental exposures influence human health including climate exposures (such as air pollution), solar and geomagnetic activity parameters, and dietary fish consumption.