Dr. Sut Soneja is currently an independent consultant for the United Nations Development Programme, where he is serving as a policy advisor towards the development of an early warning system for addressing dengue in Vietnam. In addition to dual Bachelor of Science degrees in Biomedical and Biological Engineering from NC State University, he possesses a Ph.D. in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is a former Science & Technology Policy Fellow via the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) that was served at the U.S. Agency for International Development. His dissertation work focused upon conducting interdisciplinary field research in South Asia in the field of exposure science studying short-lived climate pollutants generated from cooking with solid fuels, while his AAAS fellowship focused upon health system strengthening in West Africa as a part of the post Ebola recovery effort. He has also completed a postdoctoral fellowship in environmental epidemiology analyzing large datasets using advanced statistical techniques to assess the impact of climate change upon health in the U.S., served as a science diplomat at the U.S. Embassy in Italy, worked for a Fortune 500 company as an engineer, and performed additional consulting activities for organizations such as the World Health Organization and UN Refugee Agency. He has published numerous articles and presented to a wide-array of audiences that range from high-level ministry officials to the general public.
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