Madeleine Daepp

Senior Researcher

Microsoft Research

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  Madeleine Daepp is an urban planner and social epidemiologist who seeks to help cities foster climate adaption and promote health equity. Her research is characterized by multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral collaborations to promote health equity and climate adaptation in cities, with a focus on bridging the divide between the needs of community-based organizations and the promise of new technologies and big data. At Microsoft Research, she leads Project Eclipse, which focuses on making make hyperlocal air quality data available to Chicago residents.

  Daepp is holds a PhD in urban planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, an MSc in land and food systems from the University of British Columbia-Vancouver and her BA in economics and mathematics from Washington University in St. Louis.