Pippa is a Research Fellow at the National heart and Lung Institute, funded via an MRC-PHE centre for Environment and Health fellowship. She is particularly interested in potential associations of respiratory disease with biological air pollution exposure in studies of people living near anthropogenic sources of biological air pollution.
Prior to her fellowship, Pippa worked in the Small Area Health Statistics Unit where she gained extensive experience in environmental epidemiology, exposure assessment, and handling large routine health data. She received her PhD in air pollution monitoring and modelling from Cranfield University in 2014, focussing on bioaerosol emissions from composting facilities.
et al., 2019, Bioaerosol exposure from composting facilities and health outcomes in workers and in the community: a systematic review update, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Vol:222, ISSN:1438-4639, Pages:364-386
et al., 2019, Estimating Aspergillus fumigatus exposure from outdoor composting activities in England between 2005-14, Waste Management, Vol:84, ISSN:1879-2456, Pages:235-244
et al., 2019, Fetal growth, stillbirth, infant mortality and other birth outcomes near UK municipal waste incinerators; retrospective population based cohort and case-control study, Environment International, Vol:122, ISSN:0160-4120, Pages:151-158
et al., 2017, A systematic review of the public health risks of bioaerosols from intensive farming, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, Vol:221, ISSN:1438-4639, Pages:134-173
et al., 2017, Use of dispersion modelling for Environmental Impact Assessment of biological air pollution from composting: Progress, problems and prospects., Waste Management, Vol:70, ISSN:1879-2456, Pages:22-29