Dr. José Guillermo (Memo) Cedeño Laurent is an environmental health researcher studying the effects of climate change on the indoor environments and their subsequent impacts on health, productivity, and well-being. Dr. Cedeño’s scientific and professional goal is to contribute to the creation of data-driven solutions in the built environment that helps us address climate change and social environmental injustice. He concentrates on two approaches: 1) continuous innovation of the exposure assessment methods that complement cutting-edge epidemiological questions and 2) pursuit of intervention-based studies that inform climate mitigation and adaptation strategies. Dr. Cedeño Laurent received his ScD in Environmental Health from the Harvard School of Public Health. Prior to that, he received a master’s degree in energy engineering by Aachen University in Germany, and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering by Monterrey Tech in Mexico. For the past 5 years, he has worked in the field of healthy buildings, focusing primarily on climate change and health in the built environment as associate director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard.