Eunice Lo

My research focuses on extreme weather events and their impacts on human health. I use climate observations and future projections together with epidemiological models to investigate current and future health outcomes associated with climate variability and change. This often involves using large ensembles of weather and climate simulations to study the extremes, for example, very rare heatwaves. I also study the human lived experience of extreme weather to inform, evaluate and improve early warning systems.

The goal of my research is to provide vital evidence to increase population resilience in a changing climate. Before joining the Bristol Climate Dynamics Group in 2017, I did a PhD in Atmosphere, Oceans and Climate at the University of Reading.