Dr James Milner
BSc MSc PhD
15-17 Tavistock Place
My research involves mathematical modelling of environmental interventions/policies and their impacts on human health, with a particular focus on climate change mitigation strategies in the built environment.
Before joining LSHTM, I worked as a Research Fellow at The Bartlett School, University College London. I also have a PhD in air pollution exposure modelling from Imperial College London.
I currently work on the project Complex Urban Systems for Sustainability and Health (CUSSH) funded by the Wellcome Trust under its Our Planet Our Health initiative. The project is aiming to develop evidence to bring about transformative change in cities to address imperatives for population and planetary health.
I also lead a health evaluation of the Irish Government's Warmth and Wellbeing scheme, which is providing home energy efficiency upgrades to people in parts of Dublin who are in energy poverty and are living with chronic respiratory conditions.
I have previously worked on the following projects:
- Development of the HIDEEM model
- Evidence review and modelling to support guidance on excess winter deaths and illnesses by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE)
- PUrE Intrawise
I am also part of the ongoing Lancet Countdown process, tracking global progress on climate change and health.