Professor Graeme Zosky is the Associate Dean Research Performance for the College of Health and Medicine at the University of Tasmania. Professor Zosky is an expert in the underlying mechanisms that drive the health effects of exposure to pollution, particularly inhaled particulates in community and occupational settings. Professor Zosky’s research program spans lab-based, epidemiological and clinical approaches to address public health challenges related to safe air.
Tim Chaston is a researcher with a strong publication track record and extensive publication industry experience in biomedical sciences. He has expertise in a wide range of molecular biological, biochemical and computational techniques and in statistical methods for clinical, epidemiological and meta-analytical studies.
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