Professor Nicola Carslaw

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Nicola Carslaw has worked in the field of air pollution for 30 years and has more than 70 papers that cover her research in outdoor atmospheric radical measurements, detailed chemical modelling studies in support of ambient field campaigns and on indoor air chemistry modelling. Her research has driven experimental and field campaign design and predicted and provided insight regarding indoor air quality following: cleaning, emissions from materials, and breath and skin emissions from people. Her indoor air chemistry model (INCHEM-Py), has been developed over the last 15 years, and is considered world-leading.

She is recognised as an international leader in the field of indoor air chemistry and has been part of successful proposals that have attracted >£16M in funding from UKRI, the EC and other funders. She leads ~200 scientists in the INDAIRPOLLNET COST Action (https://indairpollnet.eu/), which will shape indoor air quality research in Europe over the coming years. She is a member of the UK Department of Health’s Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollution (COMEAP) and has advised the SAGE Environmental Modelling Group on impacts of air cleaners on indoor air chemistry.

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University of York

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Department of Environment and Geography

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