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Amelia Meyer

Research Scientist, Human and Planetary Health
Amelia is a Research Scientist for Disease Ecology in a Changing World in the Human and Planetary Health Initiative. Her research is focused on applied solutions to prevent the spread of infectious diseases and support nature, frontline communities, planetary health, and climate change mitigation. She is a creative and committed Environmental Scientist who most recently worked on nature metrics for WWF. She will bring systems thinking to formulate innovative and tactical ecological solutions, connect dots across global and local scales, and build interdisciplinary relationships for planetary health. She is based in the Woods Institute for the Environment, Mordecai Lab, and De Leo Lab.

Education

MSc, University of Copenhagen, Environmental Science
MSc, University of Hohenheim, Environmental Science
BA, Virginia Tech, Geography
BS, Virginia Tech, Environmental Science