Reneé Wurth

Population Health

Harvard University

Reneé is a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard University. She received her PhD in population health from Northeastern University. She has been researching the health of Puerto Ricans for 6 years, ranging from their gut microbiome to their air pollution exposure. When not on her research game, she likes to watch and play basketball, which might include her other favorite pastime of reminding everyone of Ohio related facts.

Reneé has authored 1 article

How stubborn data changed the way we think about money and health

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The ‘Hispanic health paradox’ shows that scientists should follow the data, not their biases

Reneé Wurth