Population Health Branch (PHB)

Ashlinn Quinn, Ph.D., manages a portfolio of research that includes cardiopulmonary epidemiology, household air pollution, and climate-related diseases and health outcomes. She is engaged in the NIH-wide Climate Change and Health Initiative, including serving as the NIH Project Scientist for the Climate Change and Health Research Coordinating Center (CAFÉ-RCC).

Ashlinn’s background is in in environmental epidemiology, implementation science, and the health impacts of climate change. She completed her Ph.D. in Environmental Health Sciences at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University, with a specialization in Climate and Health. She also holds an MA in sociocultural anthropology from the University of Chicago and a BA from UC Berkeley. From 2016-2021, she managed NIH’s Clean Cooking Implementation Science Network, led by NIH’s Fogarty International Center.

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