Dr Emma Marczylo

Theme I Co-Lead

UK Health Security Agency

Dr Emma Marczylo is a Principal Toxicologist within the Toxicology Department at Centre for Radiation, Chemical and Environmental Hazards, UK Health Security Agency with over 17 years’ postdoctoral experience in toxicological research disciplines, including cellular and molecular biology, epigenetics, toxicogenomics, in vitro and in vivo model systems and the microbiome. Her current research focuses on the potential toxicities of e-cigarettes and on characterising fungal bioaerosol exposures and their associated public health outcomes. As part of her role at CRCE, Emma is also involved in academic teaching, expert workshops, regulatory and policy meetings, and providing advice to government departments and agencies. Emma co-leads Theme I: Assessment of Population Exposures within the Environmental Exposures and Health HPRU.

EEH Themes:

Theme I Project 5: Bioaerosol quantitation and effects

Theme II Project 4: Exposures in transport microenvironments and their impact on health

Theme IV Project 2: Microplastics and Health


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