Richard Remigio is a Ph.D. candidate in Environmental Health Sciences. Richard earned graduate degrees from the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University and Stanford University in environmental health sciences and environmental engineering and science, respectively. And he received dual degrees in Applied Ecology and Earth & Environmental Sciences from the University of California-Irvine. His dissertation research is focused on acute environmental exposure impacts on end-stage renal disease patients using electronic health records. He is interested in understanding health and healthcare risks associated with climate-related, including extreme heat, inclement weather, and air pollution, exposures. As part of his research, he is also interested in traditional and novel method applications for environmental epidemiology, urban health, and health inequities. Richard is the recipient of the R36 Dissertation Award (1R36HS027716-01) from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) and a 2019 UMD Global STEWARDS Fellow.