Renee Wurth

Renee is a PhD candidate at Northeastern University studying population health. She focuses on environmental health in vulnerable populations, analyzing topics ranging from air pollution to the gut microbiome. She is an Superfund Research Program (SRP) trainee and has done a fellowship in microbiome analysis at the Craig Venter Research Center in La Jolla, as well as been awarded the KC Donnelly Research Award to research health policy at University California Berkeley. Her previous research and experience is within the field of nutrition, having been a Registered Dietitian for 5 years, and having an MS in Applied Nutrition.