Cedeño Laurent, José Guillermo

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  • Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Justice, Rutgers School of Public Health
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Dr. Cedeño Laurent’s research focuses on the effects of climate change related environmental exposures (e.g. extreme heat, wildfires, flooding) on human health. He is primarily interested in providing climate adaptation and solutions in the built environment.


Cedeño Laurent, Jose Guillermo, et al. "Associations between acute exposures to PM2. 5 and carbon dioxide indoors and cognitive function in office workers: a multicountry longitudinal prospective observational study." Environmental Research Letters 16.9 (2021): 094047.

Cedeño Laurent, José Guillermo. "The Impact of Heat Waves on Cognitive Function Among Young Adults." World Scientific Encyclopedia of Climate Change: Case Studies of Climate Risk, Action, and Opportunity Volume 3. 2021. 165-170.

Williams, Augusta A., et al. "Building vulnerability in a changing climate: indoor temperature exposures and health outcomes in older adults living in public housing during an extreme heat event in Cambridge, MA." International journal of environmental research and public health 16.13 (2019): 2373.

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