Jamaji C. Nwanaji-Enwerem, PhD

Jamaji C. Nwanaji-Enwerem is an MD/PhD student at Harvard Medical School. Jamaji graduated from Morehouse College with a BS in Biology. He earned his PhD in the Harvard University Biological Sciences in Public Health program with a focus in Environmental Health. His dissertation examined the relationships of long-term air pollution exposure with biological aging in the elderly. He is the author of several peer-reviewed research articles. His broader research interests include the topics of aging-related diseases, biomarkers, exposure biology, and environmental health. In addition to his dedication to research and medicine, Jamaji has a strong passion for community enrichment through service and education. He hopes to use his education as a tool to alleviate health-related disparities that affect the world’s most vulnerable populations.


Laura Kwong

Laura is a PhD candidate in Civil & Environmental Engineering at Stanford University. Her research focuses on the exposure of young children in low-income countries to fecal contamination in the environment. She also researches the effect of interventions in the built environment on child health in low-income countries. Laura is also a founder and current secretary of the California Chapter of ISES.