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  • James is a current medical student at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine where he has served on the Climate Health Curriculum Development Team since his first year. James has spearheaded, along with a fellow student, the implementation of climate health content into the school's Problem Based Learning curriculum for preclinical students and engaged with fellow committee members to map the overall climate health curriculum plan at the Lerner College of Medicine. James has also coordinated the rollout of other climate specific topics at Lerner, including a lunch series on local efforts to take climate/environmental action in the city of Cleveland. Before attending Lerner, James worked on clinical trials and conducted cost-effectiveness research on osteoarthritis at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, MA, and received a BA in chemistry and environmental studies from Bowdoin College in Maine.

  • Katherine Lowe is a 2nd year medical student at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine. She has served on the Climate Health Curriculum Development Team since her first year. Katherine has worked to integrate climate health content into the school's Problem Based Learning curriculum for preclinical students and engaged with fellow committee members to map the overall climate health curriculum plan at the Lerner College of Medicine.

    Before attending medical school, Katherine worked as a national research coordinator for the COPDGene study. She recieved her undergraduate degree in geological sciences from Tufts University and a MSc in Epidemiology from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her research interests include the impact of climate change on health, particularly pulmonary health. 

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