Fellow, Climate and Security Program
Benjamin Huynh is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Health and Engineering at the
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. His work lies at the intersection of AI,
climate, and public health. He and his research group develop data science approaches to
address public health issues pertaining to natural disasters and environmental injustices, both
locally and internationally. He obtained his PhD in Biomedical Data Science from Stanford
University, and a BS in Statistics from the University of Chicago. He has previously worked in
data science roles at the World Health Organization and Médecins Sans Frontières.