Dr. Caren Solomon is a deputy editor at the New England Journal of Medicine, an associate professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and a physician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, where she maintains a part-time clinical practice at the Fish Center for Women’s Health. At the Journal, Dr. Solomon handles a series of review articles targeted to practicing physicians (‘Clinical Practice’), clinical cases (‘Clinical Problem Solving’ and ‘Interactive Medical Case’ series) and original articles; she also oversees manuscripts related to climate change, including serving as editor for an ongoing series, ‘Fossil -Fuel Pollution and Climate Change.’ Dr. Solomon lectures widely on scientific publications and on climate change and health. She graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Medical School and earned an MPH at the Harvard School of Public Health.
The Salata Institute
The Salata Institute supports interdisciplinary research that leads to real-world action, including high-risk/high-reward projects by researchers already working in the climate area and new endeavors that make it easier for Harvard scholars, who have not worked on climate problems, to do so.