Erica Fuhrmeister (she/her), PhD
Assistant Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
School of Public Health, the University of Washington
Assistant Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
School of Engineering, the University of Washington
Ph.D. Civil and Environmental Engineering - University of California, Berkeley
M.S. Civil and Environmental Engineering - University of California, Berkeley
B.S. Environmental Engineering - Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Fuhrmeister enjoys eating her way through Seattle's excellent culinary offerings. She has an affinity for anything sweet, especially doughnuts.
Lizi is a 2nd year Master of Science candidate in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences at the University of Washington, studying environmental toxicology. She received her bachelor's degree in Biology, Health, and Society from the University of Michigan. Her research interests include the epigenome, antibiotic resistance genetics, and water quality. She is currently working with Dr. Fuhrmeister for her Master’s thesis on a project relating One Health and antimicrobial resistance, in order to address knowledge gaps and barriers.
In her free time, Lizi spends time playing ultimate frisbee, bouldering, and has recently taken up paddle boarding as well. She also likes exploring new restaurants, and is constantly searching for the best fried fish in Seattle.
Ruohan Hu (she/her)
Ruohan is a junior undergraduate majoring in public health-global health at University of Washington. She is interested in water quality, climate change, biostatistics, and is also open to exploring other fields!
In her free time, Ruohan likes hiking, cycling, or just walking around Seattle.
Anysiah Taylor (she/her)
Anysiah Taylor is a 3rd year at the University of Washington currently pursuing a bachelor's degree in Public Health-Global Health. Recently she conducted field research in the Peruvian Amazonia exploring the intersections between the built environment and public health. Anysiah is interested in infectious disease prevention and response, public health policy interventions, environmental justice, and One Health.
Anysiah likes to spend time with her family, friends and dog Rafiki.