Fanyu Wang is a pre-doctoral fellow at EPIC-China. Before joining EPIC, Fanyu received her bachelor’s degree in Public Management and Economics from Xiamen University, during which she developed research interests in environmental and energy economics, and then received her master’s degree in Environmental Policy from Duke University. Her research focuses on understanding the benefits and costs of China’s environmental and energy regulations. Currently, she is working on the environmental and health impacts of the ultra-high-voltage transmission network in China.