Dylan Hogan is a fourth year PhD student in Sustainable Development. He is broadly interested in issues related to climate change and economic development, with particular interest in the role of adaptation mechanisms in reducing impacts to humans and ecosystems. He is also interested in using remotely sensed data to explore these issues in understudied regions of the world.
Prior to starting his PhD, Dylan worked for the Climate Impact Lab, an interdisciplinary team at University of Chicago estimating the social impacts of climate change, where he contributed to analyses of mortality, agricultural yield, and labor productivity. Dylan holds a B.A. in Applied Mathematics and Economics from Brown University.