Sierra Clark – National Geographic Society Newsroom
Sierra Clark attended McGill University (Montreal, Canada) for her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Geography, McGill University for her Masters Degree in Epidemiology, and she was an international research fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (2017). Sierra is passionate about field-based research and has worked in Uganda and China to collect data, and explore the connections between, a changing climate, air pollution, and health. Sierra is passionate about conducting science to inform evidence-based policies, and she is currently evaluating whether an improved cookstove intervention in the Tibetan Plateau, China can reduce exposures to household pollution and improve cardiovascular health. Sierra is a proud National Geographic Explorer, and excited about science communication and outreach for impact. Twitter: @sierraclark2
National Geographic profile page: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/find-explorers/explorers/CF78DED4/sierra-n-clark
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