Senior Research Associate
Public Health Modelling
Current work and interests
Haneen is a cross-disciplinary researcher broadly studying the health impacts of transport planning and policy with a special interest in cities. She is trained in transport planning and engineering, vehicle emissions modelling, air quality monitoring and modelling, systematic reviews, health impact and burden of disease assessment. She also has expertise in policy options generation, and the science-policy link. Haneen Khreis has worked extensively with air pollution and asthma, doing epidemiological, burden of disease assessment and monetization studies.
She has published over 70 peer-reviewed papers, book chapters and technical reports, with a large media impact, and edited three books on integrating human health into planning, transport and health, and traffic-related air pollution and health. Haneen recently developed a cross-disciplinary course titled “Traffic-Related Air Pollution: Emissions, Human Exposures, and Health.”. She is dedicated to improving human health and equity through supporting relevant education, workforce development, and evidence-based healthy and just planning.