Ayaz Hyder

Division of Environmental Health Sciences and Translational Data Analytics, Ohio State University

Dr. Hyder is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, College of Public Health and Affiliated Faculty in Translational Data Analytics at The Ohio State University. Dr. Hyder received his Ph.D. in Biology at McGill University where he developed and validated agent-based models for the spatial spread of influenza. He went on to complete a two-year postdoctoral training in environmental epidemiology with cross-appointments in School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and School of Public Health, Yale University. He also completed a two-year research associate position in Health Services Research at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto.

Dr. Hyder’s research focuses on understanding the role of multiple determinants of human health (social, economic, demographic, environment) operating at multiple levels of organization (individual, neighborhood, regional). Dr. Hyder uses mathematical and computational approaches (e.g. predictive analytics and systems science methods) to bring together theory, data and methods from multiple disciplines. His currently funded projects are in the areas of birth outcomes and infant mortality, pediatric asthma healthcare utilization, food insecurity and the role of environmental exposures across multiple generations on birth outcomes

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