Master of Public Health Candidate, Yale School of Public Health
Natasha Wasim is a first-year master of public health candidate at the Yale School of Public Health with the Environmental Sciences Department. Her research interests are in occupational environmental health and the environmental effects of professional sectors, including health care. She hopes that by identifying climate change mitigation strategies in occupational settings, prevention measures can be taken early for health disparities in the work field as well as in surrounding communities. Natasha is a Yale Climate Change Health Initiative Fellow and the lead researcher in the Green Clinical Project at the Yale Office of Sustainability.