Annelise is a current PhD candidate at Harvard’s Department of Environmental Health. She is experienced in environmental exposure assessments, epidemiology, and the application of data science tools to academic research. Her current research is focused on understanding the properties of particulate air pollutants that are responsible for health effects and researching the potential health effects of low-level environmental radiation, with the ultimate goal of developing the knowledge we need to effectively protect human health. Prior to beginning at Harvard, she worked as a consultant at Abt Associates, developing environmental policy and communications for both the EPA and state-level programs. She has extensive teaching experience and a strong interest in statistics and data science.