Population Health

Disaster and humanitarian experts

The Population Health Initiative has completed an initial mapping of the expertise of the University of Washington’s faculty and staff relative to disasters and humanitarian-related activities. Our initial goals with this mapping are to:

  • Increase the level of internal and external awareness of the university’s collective expertise to address these challenges.
  • Help boost the range of interdisciplinary collaborations occurring within and beyond the university.

This resource can be searched and sorted, and we have also captured additional information about university centers and institutes.

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Built Environment

21 experts across 2 categories

 

Communication

24 experts across 4 categories

 

Community Planning

24 experts across 5 categories

 

Economic and Financial Impacts

2 experts across 2 categories

 

Environmental Sciences & Engineering

38 experts across 4 categories

 

Health

32 experts across 5 categories

 

Monitoring and Evaluation

1 experts across 0 categories

     

    Natural Hazard Type

    52 experts across 6 categories

     

    Policy, Politics, Ethics and Law

    22 experts across 5 categories