Nur Sabrina Idrose


Dr Nur Sabrina Idrose is an early career Research Fellow specialising in Environmental Epidemiology, at the Allergy and Lung Health Unit, University of Melbourne. She is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the Centre for Safe Air. Idrose’s research focuses on the impact of aeroallergen exposures on allergic disease and cardio-respiratory health. Although she just completed her PhD in July 2023, Idrose already has >15 publications and is in the top 0.55% (from 32,571) of pollen experts globally. Since mid-2019, Idrose has been awarded >AUD410,000 in scholarships, grants, awards and fellowships. She is also a Steering Committee member of the Students and New Researchers’ Network and a Council Member of the Asia-Western Pacific Chapter of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology.





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