POLLUTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL

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Delgerzul Lodoisamba

Biography:

Dr. Delgerzul is a lecturer of Public Health at the School of Public Health, Mongolian National University of Mongolia in Mongolia. Her medical degree is from the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine (2008) and her MSPH in Environmental Health from the Health Sciences University of Mongolia(2013). She was one of the team members of the very first projects in health impact assessment of ambient air pollution in Ulaanbaatar, which was funded by World Bank in 2008. In 2012-2013, I worked as the project manager for the "EEP, Household Behavior Monitoring and Data Collection Project," implemented by the Millennium Challenge Account, Mongolia. While working there, She became more informed about actions taken against air pollution and learned about the effect of these actions on public health. She also involved in PEER projects, funded by the National Academy of Sciences, USA. Air pollution is the biggest issue in Ulaanbaatar and the field that I have the most interest in, which is why she is pursuing a PhD focused on the health effects of air pollution. She has strong language skills, native in Mongolian; fluent in English, Chinese and Turkish; intermediate in French and Japanese; and basic Russian. With the different research studies that she has been involved in, She has experience in conducting quantitative and qualitative surveys among populations (especially in the rural area), collecting and analyzing data, writing reports, and translating questionnaire reports.

Research Interests:

  • Indoor air quality
  • Personal exposure
  • Low cost sensor
  • Asthma related to air pollution
  • Children and pregnancy air pollution, health impact

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