Timothy Bouley is a global health and environmental specialist working within the World Bank to develop collaborative strategies for investment. Technical interests include climate change, ocean and fisheries science, infectious disease, satellite remote sensing and earth observation, data science, and new financial mechanisms. Trained as a medical doctor and environmental scientist, he has in recent years worked to develop the Global Partnership for Oceans, with the Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board of the US National Academy of Sciences, with the World Health Organization’s climate change and health cluster, and in health systems in India and Rwanda. He holds degrees in biology, bioethics, geography, and medicine from Tufts, Harvard, Oxford, and Duke.
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