Shawn Lee


Environmental Research Group, School of Public Health, Imperial College London

I am a PhD student based in the Environmental Research Group. My research focuses on the impact of air pollution exposure during pregnancy on birth outcomes. The project is under the supervision of Dr Heather WaltonDr Rachel Smith and Dr Karen Exley.

I read my undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science at St. George’s, University of London. I joined Imperial College London in 2018 and completed the Master of Public Health (Global Health) programme. Afterwards, I worked as a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Participatory Approaches in Public Health specialisation of Imperial’s Global Master of Public Health Programme.

I am currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Health Impact Assessment and Environmental Epidemiology modules of Imperial’s Master of Public Health Programme.

I am a member of SSCP DTP Cohort 8, with my project being part of Imperial’s Transition to Zero Pollution Initiative.

EEH Themes:

Theme II