UK Health Security Agency
Dr Sani Dimitroulopoulou is a Principal Environmental Public Health Scientist on Indoor Environments at the UK Health Security Agency. She is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the UCL Bartlett School. Her interests include exposure assessment to air pollution, based on modelling and monitoring of indoor and outdoor air pollution and ventilation as well as health impact assessments. She has led and participated in more than 40 research and consulting projects. She has published about 90 peer-reviewed papers in international scientific journals and conferences and more than 45 technical research and consulting reports on the above research areas. She works closely with colleagues from Government Departments (e.g. DfE, MHCLG, Defra, BEIS) and Organisations (e.g. WHO, NICE, CIBSE), and Royal Colleges (RCP/RCPCH) to provide expert advice on indoor air quality and health.