Professor John Gulliver
Professor Anna Hansell
The Centre for Environmental Health and Sustainability (CEHS) is offering a 3 year fully funded PhD studentship to commence 23 September 2019.
The details of the projects are not specific at this stage. We aim to attract strong candidates to develop a project with CEHS, depending on the candidate’s interests and strengths, around one or more of the following themes:
Methodological advances using geographical information systems (GIS);
Statistical methods in outdoor air pollution modelling;
Beyond LAeq - new metrics for noise exposure assessment;
Models of novel air pollution metrics including ultra-fine particles;
Indoor air pollution (measurements and models);
Low-level chemical exposures;
Improving the granularity of data used in environmental models;
Earth observation data in exposure modelling and assessment.
Gulliver, J.; de Hoogh, K., Environmental exposure assessment: modelling air pollution concentrations. In: THE 6TH OXFORD BOOK OF PUBLIC HEALTH 2015, Oxford University Press.
Gulliver, J.; Briggs, D.J.; de Hoogh, K., Environmental measurement and modelling: geographical information systems. In Nieuwenhuijsen, M., ed., EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT IN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY 2015, Oxford University Press.
De Hoogh, K.; Briggs, D.J.; Gulliver, J., Environmental measurement and modelling: introduction and source dispersion modeling. In Nieuwenhuijsen, M., ed. EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT IN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGY 2015, Oxford University Press.
Hansell, A.; Cai, Y.; Gulliver, J. Cardiovascular health effects of road traffic noise. In Harrison, R.M. & Hester, R.E. eds. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF ROAD VEHICLES PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. Issues in Environmental Science 2017, RSC Publishing.