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Tania Busch Isaksen


Tania Busch Isaksen is a lecturer in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences (DEOHS) and a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Health Services. In addition to her lecturer responsibilities, she maintains an active, practice-based research portfolio focused on measuring public health outcomes associated with extreme heat; climate change risk communication methods; and climate change-related public health adaptation planning and response.

Tania has over 24 years of environmental public health experience working in local public, private and academic settings. She earned her PhD from the UW in Environmental and Occupational Hygiene, her MPH from the University of Washington’s eMPH Program, her BS in Environmental Health from Colorado State University, and is a long-time Registered Environmental Health Specialist.

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School of Public Health
Population Health Focus Keywords
Built Environment Impacts, Environmental Health, Climate Change
Field of Study
Climate Sciences, Public Health
Key Populations
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