Alasdair Cohen
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Alasdair Cohen

Alasdair is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Sciences and the Public Health Program at Virginia Tech (VT); he also has an affiliate faculty appointment in the Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Program at VT, and serves as Research Director for the Berkeley/China/Virginia Tech Program for Water & Health. He earned his PhD in Environmental Science, Policy, & Management, and an MPH in Epidemiology, from the University of California, Berkeley, as well as an MSc in Water Science, Policy, & Management from the University of Oxford.  In addition to applied research, Alasdair has also worked for United Nations agencies to develop water and rural poverty focused indicators/metrics, and lived in Italy and China for ~7 years.

Alasdair Cohen

Alasdair is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Sciences and the Public Health Program at Virginia Tech (VT); he also has an affiliate faculty appointment in the Environmental & Water Resources Engineering Program at VT, and serves as Research Director for the Berkeley/China/Virginia Tech Program for Water & Health. He earned his PhD in Environmental Science, Policy, & Management, and an MPH in Epidemiology, from the University of California, Berkeley, as well as an MSc in Water Science, Policy, & Management from the University of Oxford.  In addition to applied research, Alasdair has also worked for United Nations agencies to develop water and rural poverty focused indicators/metrics, and lived in Italy and China for ~7 years.