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Early-Career Research Fellow - Nicole Errett

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University of Washington


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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine – Gulf Research Program (NASEM - GRP)

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NASEM Gulf Research Program Fellowships


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Education and Outreach

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Human and/or Institutional Capacity

Project Description

Dr. Errett is a lecturer in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the University of Washington. Her research interests and expertise are in the use of public policy to enhance health outcomes during and after disaster. Dr. Errett co-founded and co-directs the University of Washington ColLABorative on Extreme Event Resilience (CEER), a network of public health researchers, practitioners, and community scientists who collaborate to address real world challenges that impact communities’ resilience to disasters and the acute impacts of climate change. Dr. Errett holds a Ph.D. in health and public policy, an M.S.P.H. in health policy, and a B.A. in public health studies from the Johns Hopkins University. She completed post-doctoral training in coastal community resilience at the University of British Columbia’s School of Community and Regional Planning. Dr. Errett is also a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation New Connections Scholar.


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