Principal advisor: Professor Luke Knibbs

Division: Planetary Health and Health Protection

Thesis title: Child Respiratory Health Risks of Air Pollutants (PM2.5 & NO2): A Comparative Assessment for India and Australia.

Neha Singh is a full time PhD student at the University of Queensland's School of Public Health.

Neha is a part of University of Queensland and Indian Institute of Technology Delhi integrated PhD Program (UQIDAR).

Neha obtained her Master's in Environment Science in 2018 in India (her country of origin).

Prior to joining PhD, Neha worked as project assistant under "Personal Exposure to Air Pollution Study" at the World Health Organization South-East Asia regional office, India with Ms Lesley Onyon (Regional Advisor).