This project aims to estimate risks for a range of health conditions based on environmental factors, which can be useful for policy makers even in areas where local health data might be limited.
Andy Hong is a Lead Urban Health Scientist at The George Institute for Global Health (UK). He is also Co-founder of the Healthy Cities Network, a global nexus of innovators dedicated to sharing cutting-edge information on urban health. He completed his PhD at the University of Southern California and he previously held positions at the University of British Columbia, the Korea Transport Institute, and Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates.
His research interests lie at the nexus of data science, geography, and public health.