Eunice Lo is a climate scientist at the University of Bristol, where she has been working since 2017. Her research focuses on contemporary climate change and extreme weather events. Specifically, her work involves taking an interdisciplinary approach to examine the impacts of extreme weather on human health. In addition to research, she has a strong interest in science communication.
Eunice obtained her PhD in Atmosphere, Oceans and Climate from the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading in 2018. Her PhD thesis explored the detectability of the temperature signals of stratospheric sulphate aerosol injection amid natural variability.