Audrey Dorélien

Audrey Dorélien headshot
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
Twin Cities

Award Year
2023
University Award
McKnight Presidential Fellow Award
Research Title
Population, Health, and Environment

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Audrey Dorélien is a population health researcher. She studies the impacts of climate change and infectious disease exposure on maternal and child health. She also studies how human behavior and population dynamics affect the spread and severity of infectious diseases. She describes demographic and health patterns and attempts to identify the causal factors responsible for these patterns. She uses secondary data from household surveys and vital records in novel ways, and often links these datasets with climate, contextual, and infectious disease data. Her work is global in scope and has been published in leading demography and population health journals.