Mark J. Nieuwenhuijsen, PhD
Center for Research in Environmental Epidemiology
Mark is an expert in environmental exposure assessment, epidemiology, and health risk/impact assessment.
has experience and expertise in areas of respiratory disease, cancer and reproductive health, and exposure measurement and modelling of indoor and outdoor air pollution, pesticides, green space, UV exposure, occupational allergens, chlorination by-products in drinking water and heavy metals, using new technology such as GIS, smartphones and remote sensing.
leads the international TAPAS study, examining the health impacts of active transport in six European cities and the EC funded PHENOTYPE (www.phenotype.eu) study, examining the relations between green space and health.
is a co-investigator in ICEPURE
(www.icepure.eu), that examines exposure to and health effects of solar UV exposure, ESCAPE (www.escapeproject.eu) (and related (VE3SPA), that examines the long term health effects of air pollution, NIH funded CAVA which aims to validate smartphone based data collection methods, EC funded CITISENSE that aims to empower citizens using smartphone technology, HELIX, that's examines the early life exposome and childhood diseases, and EC funded EXPOsOMICs that examines the air pollution and water exposome and health.