Postgraduate Research Students
Rebecca Parrish, PhD (Doctor of Philosophy, Research) candidate, 2017-2021. "Climate change induced population displacement". In collaboration with University College London (Dr T Colbourn); National Council for Research, Italy (Dr P Lauriola), LSHTM (Dr S Hajat); Public Health England (Dr G Leonardi).
Stefania Oliverio, PhD, 2020. "Evaluation of Population Burden of CO poisoning". In collaboration with Medical University Lausanne, Switzerland (Dr V Varlet); Public Health England (Dr G Leonardi).
Stephen Browne, MPhil (Master of Philosophy, Research), 2015. "Effects of cold weather on mortality in Ireland."
Adil al-Wahaibi, PhD, 2015. "An assessment of environmental and health indicators, and public policy implications of rapid industrial development in Oman".
Sericea Stallings-Smith, DrPH (Doctor of Public Health, Research), 2014. "Public health impacts of smoking ban policy implementation in Ireland".
Yulia Anopa, MPhil, 2011. "An integrated assessment of indoor and outdoor air in schools, residential exposures, socioeconomics and respiratory health in children".
Anna Koulkova, Exchange MPhil Thesis Project Student (6 Months) 2009-2010 with Karolinska Institute, Sweden. 2010. "Exposure assessment of indoor and outdoor air quality in UK primary schools".
Susan Henschel, PhD: Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland. Mentoring in second supervisor role (2013).
Mathilde Pascale, PhD: Dublin Institute of Technology, Dublin, Ireland. Mentoring in second supervisor role (2012).
Dr Lina Cao, Visiting Research Fellow, 2018-2019 (one year). "Public health impacts of climate change in China". In collaboration with the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China CDC, Public Health England, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Dr Angeliki Balayannis, Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellow, 2018-2019 (7 months). "Industrially contaminated sites and community wellbeing."
Dr Anne Cleary, Rutherford Postdoctoral Fellow, 2018-2019 (6 months). "Green space, environment and wellbeing".