Kari Nadeau

Dr. Kari Nadeau is the Chair of the Department of Environmental Health at Harvard School of Public Health and John Rock Professor of Climate and Population Studies. She practices Allergy, Asthma, Immunology in children and adults. She is a world-renowned environmental health expert, especially on air pollution and how it affects the immune system in all ages – and she and her team are now focused on global climate change and wildfire exposures, particularly in underserved areas. She is a member of the NAM, a member of the Federal Wildfire Commission for the U.S., a member of the U.S. EPA Children Protection Committee, and works with the WHO on air pollution and climate change policy and education.