Yuming Guo is Professor of Global Environmental Health and Biostatistics & Head of the Monash Climate, Air Quality Research (CARE) Unit.
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Luke Knibbs is an Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health Data Science, at the School of Public Health and Director, Public Health Research Analytics and Methods for Evidence (PHRAME), at Sydney Local Health District (SLHD).
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Christine Cowie is an environmental epidemiologist and Senior Research Fellow with the UNSW South West Sydney Clinical School and the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research (WIMR).
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“As a new researcher in Australia, a challenge that I faced when I arrived was that I did not have a research track record making it hard for me to apply for grants. My fellowship funding enabled me to collaborate with many of the CRE’s investigators without them having to find salary for my time. This really jump-started my Australian research career.” by Amanda Wheeler Biography Amanda completed her PhD in Environmental Health at Middlesex University, London. She then moved to Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, USA to complete a Research Fellowship investigating the cardiovascular health effects of personal exposures to airborne particulate matter. Amanda then moved to Canada to work as a Research Scientist with Health Canada. She was tasked with creating a new Exposure Assessment section within the Water, Air and Climate Change Bureau. In 2013, Amanda moved to Australia where she has held positions with Edith Cowan University, University of Tasmania, Curtin University and Australian Catholic University. She was funded through a Research Fellowship from the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence - Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research (CAR). Her research activities have primarily focussed on understanding exposures from biomass emissions and interventions to protect vulnerable populations.

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