Sharia is broadly interested in waterborne diseases. At OSU she is exploring the relationship between gestational arsenic exposure and infectious disease symptoms in early childhood, using casual inference and longitudinal methods.
John Paul is interested in how an individual’s environment impacts their long-term health. John Pauls's current research focus is how environmental drivers (specifically, temperature/heat) of climate change affect mortality and cardiovascular disease from a global perspective.
Chenkai's research is broadly focused on applying cutting-edge statistical and epidemiological methods to understand the genetic, physiological, social, and environmental determinants of health outcomes in old age.