University of Wisconsin–Madison

Dr. Jeremy Hess

University of Washington
Faculty Profile

Jeremy Hess, of the University of Washington, is an associate professor in Emergency Medicine, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences, and Global Health. He is interested in developing a comprehensive description of associations between climate, weather, and pollen phenology. Specifically, he aims to 1) determine the climate factors that influence the timing and severity of the allergenic pollen season at a national scale 2) identify the weather patterns during the pollen season that are related to high pollen count days 3) determine links between pollen season parameters (e.g. onset, peak, duration) and health outcomes
and 4) integrate this information to forecast pollen concentrations and health burden under future climate scenarios.

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