Dr. Jill Baumgartner is an Associate Professor and William Dawson Scholar in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at McGill University in Canada. She studies exposure to environmental pollutants and its effects on human health in the context of urbanization and development. Her publications appear in top journals in environmental health and in interdisciplinary journals including PNAS and Nature Energy. Jill was recognized as “an extraordinary scientist under age 40” by World Economic Forum (2018) and received FRQS and CIHR Investigator Awards (2015, 2021), McGill’s Maude Abbott Award for research excellence in early career (2016), and a Trottier Institute for Science and Public Policy Fellowship (2019). She serves as an Associate Editor for Atmospheric Environment and as an advisor to the World Health Organization on air pollution and health. Dr. Baumgartner holds a joint PhD in Population Health Science and Environment & Resources from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a MS in Population and International Health from Harvard University.