Imperial College London

Dheeya Rizmie

Business School

Research Postgraduate







455BACE ExtensionSouth Kensington Campus





Dheeya Rizmie is a PhD candidate in Health Economics supervised by Dr. Marisa Miraldo and Dr. Laure de Preux of the Imperial College Business School.

Some of her PhD research explores the heterogeneous impacts of temperature across age, socioeconomic deprivation and disease on emergency hospital admissions. Ongoing research includes assessing the health impacts of ambient air pollution using a multi-pollutant framework and the impacts of ambient air pollution on quality of sleep and physical activity performance.

Dheeya is currently a Teaching Assistant for Business Economics (MSc 2018-19, 2020-21), Social Research Methods (iBSc 2018-21), Analytics for Applied Economics and Business (MSc 2018-21), and Quantitative Methods (MSc 2018-21)

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