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Graham McKeen

Environmental Health & Safety

Expert Bio

Graham McKeen is assistant university director of public and environmental health at Indiana University. He is an experienced public and environmental health professional skilled in management, policy analysis, and public and environmental health. His expertise is in food safety, water quality, vector control, with a particular interest in zoonotic, vector-borne and other communicable diseases.

He also has experience in disease surveillance and control, including with COVID-19 response. He has an MPA focused in sustainability and environmental policy from IU Bloomington.

Areas of Expertise

Public health, environmental health, food safety, communicable disease, COVID-19, water quality, pest management.

Other Information

College students head back to campus across Indiana for adjusted spring semester :

Amid spread of new virus variation, officials advise doubling down on pandemic protocols:

Growing COVID concerns: ‘We should have listened to the science people’:

Many states keep patchy data or don’t release results from antigen COVID tests, review shows:

‘A little bit shocked. a little dismayed’ Holcomb draws ire from health officials for re-opening:

What do statewide COVID-19 increases mean for Monroe County?

COVID takes challenge of tracking infectious college students to new level:

How one of the nation’s largest universities kept its doors open through spiking cases and daily uncertainty:

Stunned by coronavirus, a college town slowly awakens to a surreal new normal:

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