Assistant Research Professor
School: Milken Institute School of Public Health
Department: Environmental and Occupational Health
Dr. Goldberg combines satellite data with model output and in situ data to quantify the emissions of and exposures to air pollution. His most recent work involves using the TROPOMI satellite instrument to identify near-real-time changes in air pollution emissions and concentrations. Results from his ongoing analyses have allowed the scientific and policy communities to gain better insight on the emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and greenhouse gases, and to better estimate pollutant exposures for health impact assessments. He holds a “Tiger Team” leadership position on the NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team, and has made impactful contributions to several additional NASA science teams, including DISCOVER-AQ and KORUS-AQ. He actively collaborates with scientists and policymakers at NASA, NOAA, EPA, IHME, multi-jurisdictional organizations, state agencies, non-profit organizations, and other academic institutions.