Niloofar is an MRC Early Career Research Fellow at the Centre for Environment and Health, Imperial College London. She is also a Data Impact Fellow with the UK Data Service. Her research is at the intersection of environmental sciences and public health, with a particular focus on the application of Bayesian methods in this area. She is interested in understanding long-term health effects of neighbourhood-level environmental exposures.
She completed her PhD in Environmental Engineering at University of Quebec (Canada), where she worked on the quantitative analysis of soil contamination data and developed guidelines for engineers and policy-makers as to how to deal with the below detection limit concentrations. She was a visiting research scholar in the Department of Statistics at the University of Waterloo and Texas A&M University. She completed her MSc and BSc in Environmental Engineering at La Sapienza University of Rome (Italy).
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