Meet the E²SHI Associates
E²SHI Associates is a network of experts across Johns Hopkins involved in research and teaching related to environment, energy, sustainability and/or health. The following list is organized by the Associate's last name. You can also search by area of expertise.
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Program Director and Senior Lecturer, Energy Policy and Climate Program
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Advanced Academic Programs
- Integrated assessment (IA) modeling – energy infrastructure and air quality models: building coupled (meta-models) and using them to better understand the built environment, including: projecting urban/regional energy infrastructure growth and subsequent air pollution and human impact to inform policy support measures.
- Smart grid applications in terms of long-term policy analysis.
- Statistical techniques to expand urban IA models to study regional and global energy systems with their subsequent pollution impact.
Assistant Professor, Dept of Earth and Planetary Sciences
Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Hydrology and climate science with focus on water resource sustainability, climate-based analysis of disease risk, and renewable energy analysis.
Zaitchik BF, K O’Meara, K Baja, MC McCormack, AA Scott and DW Waugh. (2016). "B’more Cool: Monitoring the Urban Heat Island at High Density for Health and Urban Design." Earthzine.
Zaitchik BF, B Simane, S Habib, MC Anderson, M Ozdogan, and JD Foltz. (2012). "Building Climate Resilience in the Blue Nile/Abay Highlands - A role for Earth System Sciences." International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 9(2): 435-461.
Professor and Vice Provost for Research , Dept of Biostatistics
Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Air pollution epidemiology
- Quantifying the costs of smoking
- Stratospheric ozone depletion time series analysis and signal processing
Caffo, B., Peng, R., Dominici, F., Louis, T.A., Zeger, S. (2011). Parallel Bayesian MCMC Imputation for Multiple Distributed Lag Models: A Case Study in Environmental Epidemiology. In S. Brooks, A. Gelman, G.L. Jones, & X.L. Meng (Eds.), Handbook of Markov Chain Monte Carlo (pp. 493-511). Boca Raton: Chapman & Hall/CRC.
Associate Professor of Marketing
Carey Business School
- Behavioral determinants of waste in consumption as well as contextual factors that trigger conservation behavior, such as incidental resource cues, marketing cues, and color cues.
- Impact of the abundance psychology on the consumption of physical and mental resources.
Mehta, R. and M. Zhu (2016), “Creating When You Have Less: The Impact of Resource Scarcity on Product Use Creativity,” Journal of Consumer Research, 42(5), 767-782.