Dr Ai Milojevic BA MMG PhD
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I am an environmental epidemiologist with background of GIS and spatial analysis. I completed PhD in GISciences applied to environmental health 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 as a visiting research fellow. Since I joined LSHTM as a staff in 2009, I have continued my research interests of spatial approaches in environmental epidemiology from local to global scale.
I am a module organiser of Environmental Health Policy for in-house MSc course. I also lecture on GIS in Environmental Epidemiology and am a tutor for the MSc in Public Health.
My main research interests are spatial aspects of the helath impact of environmental change, especially focusing on flood, air pollution, and temperature effects.
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.
- Climate change
- Environmental Health
- Public health
- Spatial analysis
- GIS/Spatial analysis
Disease and Health Conditions
- Cardiovascular disease
- Mental health
- Non-communicable diseases
- Respiratory disease
- East Asia & Pacific (all income levels)
- European Union
- United Kingdom
Short-term effects of air pollution on a range of cardiovascular events in England and Wales: case-crossover analysis of the MINAP database, hospital admissions and mortality.
Milojevic, A. ; Wilkinson, P. ; Armstrong, B. ; Bhaskaran, K. ; Smeeth, L. ; Hajat, S. ;
Heart, 2014; 100(14):1093-8
Population displacement after the 2007 floods in Kingston-upon-Hull, England
Milojevic, A.; Kovats, S.; Leonardi, G.; Murray, V.; Nye, M.; Wilkinson, P.
Journal of Flood Risk Management, 2014;
Health effects of flooding in rural bangladesh.
Milojevic, A. ; Armstrong, B. ; Hashizume, M. ; McAllister, K. ; Faruque, A. ; Yunus, M. ; Kim Streatfield, P. ; Moji, K. ; Wilkinson, P. ;
Epidemiology, 2012; 23(1):107-15
Association of mortality with high temperatures in a temperate climate: England and Wales
Armstrong, B.G.; Chalabi, Z.; Fenn, B.; Hajat, S.; Kovats, S.; Milojevic, A.; Wilkinson, P.;
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2011; 65(4):340-5
Long-term effects of flooding on mortality in England and Wales, 1994-2005: controlled interrupted time-series analysis.
Milojevic, A. ; Armstrong, B. ; Kovats, S. ; Butler, B. ; Hayes, E. ; Leonardi, G. ; Murray, V. ; Wilkinson, P. ;
Environ Health, 2011; 10(1):11
Impact of London's Urban Heat Island on Heat-related Mortality
Milojevic, A.; Wilkinson, P.; Armstrong, B.; Davis, M.; Mavrogianni, A.; Bohnenstengel, S.; Belcher, S.
Epidemiology, 2011; 22(1):S182-S183
An ecological time-series study of heat-related mortality in three European cities
Ishigami, A.; Hajat, S.; Kovats, R.S.; Bisanti, L.; Rognoni, M.; Russo, A.; Paldy, A.;
Environmental Health, 2008; 7:5
Volcanic sulfur dioxide and acute respiratory symptoms on Miyakejima island.
Ishigami, A.; Kikuchi, Y.; Iwasawa, S.; Nishiwaki, Y.; Takebayashi, T.; Tanaka, S.; Omae, K.;
Occup Environ Med, 2008; 65(10):701-7
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