Education & Training

    Postdoctoral Associate (2019-2020)
    Yale School of the Environment
    Ph.D Environmental Medicine (2019)
    New York University School of Medicine
    M.S Biostatistics (2012)
    Yale University
    B.S Environmental Engineering (2010)
    Columbia University

Grants & Fellowships

    Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Evidence for Action Grant (2021-2024)
    "Impact of Schoolyards to Playgrounds Renovations on Academic Performance and Health of New York City Students" [Info]
    The University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Award (2021-2023)
    "Application of Sensor Systems to Examine the Exposure-Response Relationship between Air Pollution and Asthma Symptoms in Tucson Schools"
    US Environmental Protection Agency STAR Fellowship (2016-2019)
    "Investigation of the exposure-response relationship between fine particulate matter and asthma symptoms using novel mobile sensor systems in NYC children"
    Air & Waste Management Association Research Grant (2014-2016)
    "Mobile Smartphone Technology for Air Pollution and Health Outcomes"
    National Science Foundation EAPSI Fellowship (Summer 2015)
    "Exploration of Mobile Smartphone Technology to Measure and Model Air Pollution in Seoul"
    American Lung Association Dissertation Grant (2014-2016)
    "Effects of Air Pollution and Temperature on Mortality in the NIH-AARP Cohort"
    National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Training Fellowship (2012-2014)

Recent Presentations

    13. Lim CC, Hayes RB, Shao Y, Bell ML, Thurston GD. “Long-term Temperature Exposure and Cause-specific Mortality in the U.S.” International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Utrecht, Netherlands, Aug 2019
    12. "Evaluating Associations between Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Outcomes Using Smartphone Particle Sensors and Wearable Technologies in Children." International Society for Environmental Epidemiology. Ottawa, Canada, 2018.
    11. "Mapping Air Quality in Seoul, South Korea using low-cost sensors and open data." US-Korea Conference. New York, NY, 2018.
    10. "Air Pollution, Mediterranean Diet, and Mortality in the NIH-AARP Cohort." American Thoracic Society, San Diego, CA. 2018