Dr Michael R. Templeton is a chartered civil engineer and Reader in Public Health Engineering in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. His research focuses on the occurrence and control of chemical and biological contaminants in water, innovative water treatment and sanitation technologies, and effective water supply and sanitation interventions in low-income countries. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers and has served on several technical advisory panels, including the Water Quality and Health Technical Advisory Group of the World Health Organization, the Water Supply and Quality Panel of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, and the Sanitation and Water Management in Developing Countries Specialist Group of the International Water Association. He is an Associate Editor of the Royal Society of Chemistry journal Environmental Science: Water Research and Technology. He is also the Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. He holds a bachelor's degree with honours in engineering science and a PhD in civil-environmental engineering, both from the University of Toronto.
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