Laurel DiSera

Laurel DiSera

Research Interest


Laurel DiSera is a PhD student working at the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) and Columbia University's Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences. DiSera is interested in understanding the atmospheric dynamics of cross-timescale interference, specifically impacts on ENSO teleconnections. She is also passionate about increasing availability and understanding of climate services in Latin America. Her prior research has focused on the utility of climate forecasts to predict outbreaks of vector-borne diseases in the Americas on both seasonal and sub-seasonal timescales.

Research Advisor: Ángel Muñoz (International Research Institute for Climate and Society)


BA Concordia College '16, MA Columbia University '19