"Climate medicine is still a new concept in clinical care, and at the CU School of Medicine we are defining it."
Our faculty are clinical experts on climate change and human health with a concentration unsurpassed among academic centers.
We are leaders in the field, deeply connected with climate and health organizations throughout the country, and we are innovators in our educational programs.
The CU School of Medicine Climate & Health Program utilizes education, research, service and partnerships to help build a sustainable community that's committed to climate health.
The mission of the Climate & Health Program is to further understanding of the impacts of climate change on human health and to be credible advocates of smart policy that addresses the climate crisis and advances human dignity in the same effort. We aspire to be the home of climate medicine.
The Climate & Health Program is committed to diversity of its faculty, students, fellows and partners. We embrace the collective and individual talents, skills and perspectives of each member of our team to help make a positive impact on climate health
and the world.
Rick Johnson, MD
Lee Newman, MD, MA
Balaji Rajagopalan, PhD
Emilie Calvello Hynes, MD, MPH