Christopher Troeger, MPH, is a doctoral student at the University of Washington and a pre-doctoral research assistant at the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME). His research interests are diarrheal diseases, lower respiratory infections, and childhood growth and development. Troeger grew up in a ski resort in Colorado and earned his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Colorado. Prior to starting his doctoral program, Chris was a researcher on the Global Burden of Disease study at IHME.
Wildfires, Air Quality, and the Risk of Lung Diseases
Respiratory diseases caused by invisible "PM2.5" particles released by wildfires are a significant health risk to people
The Attainable Promise of Oral Rehydration Solution
If every kid in the world with diarrhea had access to this simple blend, 300,000 children’s lives a year could be saved