By Virgil McDill
University of Minnesota School of Public Health

Jocelyn Leung, a researcher at the School of Public Health (SPH) Center for Public Health Systems, has been awarded a prestigious 10-month fellowship for the 2023-2024 academic year. The fellowship, awarded by Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate, is designed for health professionals from a variety of disciplines who are concerned about the public health impacts of climate change. Leung said she plans to use the fellowship to explore climate change’s impact on mental health, and to research the role of public health professionals in alleviating this growing public health challenge.


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