Dr Ariana Zeka is a Lecturer in Epidemiology and Public Health at the Institute. Her research interests are wide and cover several areas of population and environmental health field including: the health effects of environmental exposures; study of social and economic determinants of health; evaluation of public policy on population health outcomes; advancing epidemiologic methods; and exposure assessment and modelling for health studies.
2011 PGCert, Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
Brunel University London, United Kongdom
2003-2006 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Epidemiology
Exposure, Epidemiology and Risk Program, Environmental Health Department,
Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
2003 ScD, Doctor of Science, Epidemiology
University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
2002 Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Epidemiology
Environmental Epidemiology Unit,
International Agency for Research on Cancer, Lyon, France
1998 MSc, Master of Science in Environmental Sciences and Policy
University of Manchester, United Kingdom
1994 MD, Degree in Medicine (Medical Doctor)
Faculty of Medicine, University of Tirana, Albania
Newest selected publications
Al-Wahaibi, A. and Zeka, A. (2015) 'Health impacts from living near a major industrial park in Oman'. BMC Public Health, 15 (1).
Al Wahaibi, A. and Zeka, A. (2015) 'Respiratory and allergic health effects in a young population in proximity of a major industrial park in Oman'. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. (online first). ISSN: 1470-2738 Open Access Link
Henschel, S., Le Tertre, A., Atkinson, R., Querol, X., Pandofli, M., Zeka, A., (2015) 'Trends of nitrogen oxides in ambient air in nine European cities between 1999 and 2010'. Atmospheric Environment, 117. pp. 234 - 241.Open Access Linket al.
Al-Wahaibi, A. and Zeka, A. (2015) 'Health impacts from living near a major industrial park in Oman'. BMC Public Health, 15 (1).Open Access Link
Stallings-Smith, S., Goodman, P., Kabir, Z., Clancy, L. and Zeka, A. (2014) 'Socioeconomic differentials in the immediate mortality effects of the national Irish smoking ban'. PLoS One, 9 (6).Open Access Link