IHE-LeaD Public Seminar: Katy Graham

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Contact

Gabi Steinbach
gsteinbach6@gatech.edu
PI, IHE-LeaD
Scientific Project Coordinator, Weitz Group

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Summary Sentence: Katy Graham, President’s postdoctoral researcher and incoming assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, will give her talk entitled “Wastewater-based Epidemiology for Public Health: The Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond.”

Full Summary: Join us for a public seminar hosted by the Interdisciplinary Health and Environment Leadership Development (IHE-LeaD) program, where Katy Graham, President’s postdoctoral researcher and incoming assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, will give her talk entitled “Wastewater-based Epidemiology for Public Health: The Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond.”

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Join us for a public seminar hosted by the Interdisciplinary Health and Environment Leadership Development (IHE-LeaD) program. Katy Graham, President’s postdoctoral researcher and incoming assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering, will give her talk entitled “Wastewater-based Epidemiology for Public Health: The Covid-19 Pandemic and Beyond.”

The event will start at 2:30 pm with coffee, snacks, and conversation. The seminar talk will begin at 3 pm.

Seminar Background: The Interdisciplinary Health and Environment Leadership Development (IHE-LeaD) program at GT facilitates impact-driven exchange and training at the intersection of human and environmental health. Seminar speakers present their work on impact-driven research at the intersection of IHE, and discuss opportunities for translate their work into actions with public impact and visibility. Sign up for the IHE seminars email list to receive regular updates (contact Gabi Steinbach: gsteinbach6@gatech.edu). 

About KatyKatherine (Katy) Graham is a President’s Postdoctoral Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech. Her research focuses on the fate, transport, and control of waterborne pathogens in natural and engineered environments. Current projects include the utilization of sewage for infectious disease surveillance and use of metagenomic tools for microbial source tracking in the environment. She received her PhD in Environmental Science and Engineering from Stanford University in 2021 and will start as an assistant professor in CEE at Georgia Tech in 2023.

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In Campus Calendar
Yes
Groups

Center for Microbial Dynamics and Infection (CMDI), College of Sciences, EAS, Ocean Science and Engineering (OSE), School of Biological Sciences, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Invited Audience
Faculty/Staff, Postdoc, Public, Graduate students, Undergraduate students
Categories
Seminar/Lecture/Colloquium
Keywords
health, environment, covid-19
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  • Created On: Sep 29, 2022 - 10:18am
  • Last Updated: Oct 3, 2022 - 1:02pm