Building on an academic interdisciplinary background in Natural Sciences and Social Sciences, I have developed expertise in the translation and application of both fundamental and observational research into policy, which I share through my teaching and research with the aim to tackle the Global Challenges related to mismanaged chemical emissions from the technosphere to the geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere and ultimately biosphere.
2009 PhD in Environmental Science - Imperial College London
2004 MSc in Environmental Technology – Imperial College London
2000 Postgraduate Diploma in Environmental Decision Making – Open University
1997 BSc (Honours) in Chemistry – Kingston University
2010 to date Research Fellow – Centre for Toxicology, University of London School of Pharmacy, then Institute for the Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University
2008-2009 Natural Sciences Options Support Manager – Centre for Environmental Policy, Imperial College London
Researchers Senate representative