Dr Ai Milojevic BA MMG PhD

Lecturer in Epidemiology


I am an environmental epidemiologist with background of GIS and spatial analysis. I completed PhD in GISciences applied to environmental health risk and received training of epidemiology in Keio University School of Medicine in Tokyo as a JSPS (Japanese Society for the Promotion of Science) Post-Doc research fellow which initially brought me here in LSHTM. Since I joined LSHTM as a staff in 2009, I have continued my research interests of geo-spatial approaches in environmental epidemiology from local to global scale.





I am a module organiser of Environmental Epidemiology for Distant Learning course. I also lecture on GIS in Environmental Epidemiology for in-house module and am a tutor for the MSc in Public Health.



My main research interests are geo-spatial approaches to model helath impact of environmental change, currently focusing on the effect of air pollution, weather, flooding  and urban environment (housing).

I am currently involved in AWESOME project (Air pollution and weather-related health impacts: methodological study based on spatio-temporally disaggregated multi-pollutant models, funded by NERC, led by P Wilkinson) and ADRC-E (Administrative Data Research Centre for England, funded by ESRC) in geographical methods theme.


Research areas

  • Climate change
  • Environment
  • Environmental Health
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Health inequalities
  • Housing
  • Inequalities
  • Maternal health
  • Natural disasters
  • Physical activity
  • Public health
  • Risk
  • Spatial analysis


  • Epidemiology
  • GIS/Spatial analysis

Disease and Health Conditions

  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Mental health
  • Non-communicable diseases
  • Respiratory disease


  • East Asia & Pacific (all income levels)
  • European Union
  • World


  • Japan
  • United Kingdom
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