- Ph.D. Drexel University 2016
- M.H.S. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health 2009
- B.A. Johns Hopkins University 2008
Risk assessment, decision analysis, environmental microbiology, modeling & data analysis
Kerry Hamilton applies an interdisciplinary approach to quantify pathogenic microorganism in environmental media using multiple culture-based and molecular biology methods, and develops risk models for informing complex engineering, regulatory and policy decisions related to the intersection of environmental engineering and human health. She is an assistant professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University.