Postdoctoral Associate at the Duke Global Health Institute and the Nicholas School of the Environment
Johns Hopkins University
Livestock associated MRSA; Spatial epidemiology; Health impact assessment; Zoning; Land use change; GIS
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Beth Feingold is the Pim Postdoctoral Fellow in Global Change in the Earth and Planetary Sciences Department at Johns Hopkins University and an Affiliate at the Duke Global Health Institute at Duke University. Beth’s research interests are in the use of geospatial methods to understand the link between landscapes and health, with particular interest in issues related to industrial food animal production, climate and health, land use change, environmental justice, and urban environmental health. She is currently working on two projects in the Peruvian Amazon on the impacts of climate and migration on population health, namely malaria. She earned her PhD in Environmental Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She earned a Master’s of Environmental Science and a Master’s of Public Health in Environmental Health from Yale University and a Bachelor’s in Geology from Vassar College.