Lyndsay K. Krisher, MPH
Senior Professional Research Assistant at the Center for Health, Work & Environment, Colorado School of Public Health, Project Manager for International Total Worker Health
Lyndsay is a researcher at the Center for Health, Work & Environment and serves as the project manager for international Total Worker Health, currently with a focus on the sugarcane, banana, and palm oil industries of Central America. She is currently managing a longitudinal field research study investigating chronic kidney disease among sugarcane workers in Guatemala. She also contributes to the center’s continuing education efforts to address the prescription painkiller epidemic. Lyndsay received her MPH from the Colorado School of Public Health, with a concentration in Environmental and Occupational Health. Prior to coming to the center, Lyndsay worked with the Center for Global Health, coordinating the center’s community health and clinical education projects in the Trifinio region of southwest Guatemala. She also previously managed a dengue fever surveillance and capacity-building project in southern coastal Ecuador in collaboration with the Ministry of Health.