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Heather A. Holmes

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Utah 

Heather Holmes’ research focuses on transdisciplinary investigations of processes that govern the transport of atmospheric pollutants. Specifically, her research group uses ground-based sensors, atmospheric models, and satellite remote sensing to investigate atmospheric physics, air pollution sources, and transport and dispersion, ultimately to provide data for human health and public policy assessments. She has numerous peer-review publications and received a National Science Foundation CAREER award and a Fulbright scholar award to Australia. She received a PhD in mechanical engineering from the University of Utah.