Micah Hahn is a joint degree Ph.D. candidate in Environment & Resources and Population health Sciences and an NSF IGERT Fellow at the Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Micah studies environmental change and disease ecology. She is currently working on a global disease risk map that integrates remote sensing information, health surveillance data and socioeconomic risk factors to identify environmental determinants of infectious disease. Micah completed her MPH in Global and Environmental Health at Emory University where her research focused on designing a method for quantifying climate change vulnerability at the district level in Mozambique. Micah also worked on the Water Team at CARE helping shape the Climate Change Strategy and integrate adaptation, ecosystem protection, and risk management into new water projects in East Africa. Micah received a B.A. in Biology from Brandeis University. As an undergraduate, Micah spent time working at an eye clinic in Orissa, India and studying abroad in Kenya. Outside of school, Micah enjoys backpacking, triathalon training, learning to windsurf and sail, scouring flea markets and thrifts stores, photography, traveling to far off places and enjoying all that Madison has to offer.