Susan Anenberg is an Associate Professor of Environmental and Occupational Health and of Global Health. She serves as the Director of the MPH concentration in Global Environmental Health. Dr. Anenberg studies the health implications of air pollution and climate change, from local to global scales.
Dr. Anenberg has been a Co-Founder and Partner at Environmental Health Analytics, LLC, the Deputy Managing Director for Recommendations at the U.S. Chemical Safety Board, an environmental scientist at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and a senior advisor for clean cookstove initiatives at the U.S. State Department. She has led or contributed to over 25 articles in top academic journals such as Science, Nature, and Nature Climate Change, 15 science-policy reports on air quality and climate change, and five U.S. EPA air quality regulatory support documents. She has worked as a consultant for a variety of non-governmental and intergovernmental organizations, such as the Gold Standard Foundation, United Nations Environment Programme, World Health Organization, International Council on Clean Transportation, and Health Effects Institute, among others.