Kiley D.

Summary of Qualifications

PhD candidate in Environment and Public Health

  • Research Areas: rural and Indigenous health, drinking water and sanitation, risk assessment and management, social-ecological systems, community-based research, arctic regions

  • Specialized Skills: Quantitative microbial risk assessment (QMRA), ecosystems based approaches to health (Ecohealth), community-based research and consultation

  • Funding Awards: Independently applied for and obtained $132,100 in scholarships and grants to support Masters and PhD studies, in addition to $173,000 in research stipends

  • Scholarly Contributions: 6 refereed journal articles including one designated as a “Social Science & Medicine Most Impactful Article” in 2015, 1 invited book chapter, 14 conference presentations, 5 technical reports, and 5 policy briefs

For more information on this candidate, contact Nicole Lawrence, The University of Maine - 207.581.2978 or nicole.lawrence@maine.edu