Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension
Environmental Health Sciences
Carly Hyland is an Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension in Environmental Health Sciences and UC ANR whose work focuses on mitigating the health effects of climate change among agricultural and food systems workers.
Carly Hyland is an Assistant Professor of Cooperative Extension in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences in UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health and UC ANR. Her work focuses on characterizing and mitigating the health impacts of interconnected climate-intensified exposures among agricultural and food systems workers (e.g., heat, wildfire smoke, pesticides). Dr. Hyland works with interdisciplinary teams using community-engaged and mixed-methods approaches, with the ultimate goal of informing evidence-based policies and programs to protect food systems workers from climate change.
- PhD – Environmental Health Sciences, University of California, Berkeley (2021)
- MS – Global Health and Environment, University of California, Berkeley (2017)
- BA – Environmental Science, Carthage College (2015)
- Impact of climate change on agricultural and food systems workers
- Community-engaged intervention research
- Exposure assessment
- Global occupational health
- Children’s health
- Research translation