The Global Health Resilience group is a transdisciplinary team of researchers working at the interface of epidemiology, climate change, planetary health, biology, mathematical modelling, and data science. Our mission is to co-create policy-relevant digital tools, to enhance preparedness and response to emerging infectious disease threats in climate change hotspots. Our data, modelling and decision-support tools are co-developed alongside climate scientists, social scientists, science communication experts and software engineers at the BSC, as well as leading international researchers and public health, disaster risk management, environment and humanitarian agencies in Latin America & the Caribbean, Asia, and Africa. The Global Health Resilience team also hosts the Lancet Countdown in Europe, an international collaboration tracking the health impacts of climate change and the health co-benefits of climate action across Europe.
Group members and their biographies can be found on the BSC website: