Haider A. Khwaja


Haider A. Khwaja is an associate professor of environmental health sciences and a research scientist at the New York State Department of Health's Wadsworth Center. His research and teaching interests lie in the field of Environmental Health. Active research programs include the study of multidisciplinary environmental chemistry related to air and water quality and their impact on human health, sources and fate of chemical contaminants; cloud water chemistry; and acid rain.

Research Interests:

His research interest include:

  • Effects of particulate matter on daily morbidity and mortality due to cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases in urban centers
  • Chemical characteristics of fine particles responsible for the observed health effects
  • Exposure and health impacts related to indoor and outdoor air pollution including studies of indoor allergens, diesel vehicle emissions, volatile organic compounds, PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons), and other air toxins
  • Water and Human Health issues, such as drinking-water quality and human health risks associated with water contaminants
  • Bioaerosols

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