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George E. Luber, PhD
Adjunct Professor

Since receiving his PhD in Medical Anthropology from the University of Georgia, and joining CDC in 2002, Dr. Luber has served as an Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) Officer and staff epidemiologist at the National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Most recently, his work has focused on the epidemiology and prevention of heat-related illness and death, the application of remote sensing techniques to modeling vulnerability to heat stress in urban environments, and Climate Change adaptation planning.

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Tessa Roseboom, PhD
Adjunct Professor

Tessa Roseboom is a professor of Early Development and Health at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Fascinated by the wonder of life, she studied biology with a particular focus on reproduction. Her work focuses on generating knowledge and awareness about how the early-life environment affects human growth, development and health throughout life.

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Christine Whelan, PhD
Adjunct Professor

Dr. Christine B. Whelan is an author, professor and speaker. She is the author of Living on Purpose, a bestselling Audible Original lecture series from The Great Courses, and four other books on purpose and meaning formation, changing dating and marriage patterns and the self-help industry. Dr. Whelan is a clinical professor in the School of Human Ecology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, and director of the Money, Relationships and Equality Initiative. She has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Times, among other national outlets.

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Philip Wilson, MBA
Adjunct Professor

Philip Wilson is the founder and CEO of Ecofiltro, a social enterprise dedicated to providing clean water to the rural poor of Mexico and Central America. He has over twenty-five years of experience as an entrepreneur in the United States and Guatemala, and firmly believes that the world’s most pressing problems can be solved by applying business practices to social challenges.

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