Dr. Temilayo Adeyeye is an Assistant Research Professor within the Environmental Health Sciences Department at the School of Public Health, University at Albany. She also serves as a Research Scientist at the Bureau of Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology within the New York State Department of Health. She is primarily involved in climate-health research and has worked on multiple projects assessing the impact on climate on health in New York State (NYS) including a NASA-funded project exploring the effects of extreme heat exposure on human health; assessing adverse climate-related health risks and vulnerabilities of New Yorkers. She has also contributed to the development of tools and infographics for counties in NYS to aid in climate health surveillance and mitigation efforts such as the NYS Heat and Health Infographic and the County Heat and Health Profile Reports. Dr. Adeyeye’s current research activities include but are not limited to the assessment of rural/urban differences in heat-health risks, air pollution particularly those from road traffic and risk of recurrent asthma emergency department visits in the NYS Medicaid population, and spatial variation in COVID-19 mortality in New York City and its relation to communities of color and immigrants.