Adelaide Exposure Science and Health has research interests spanning occupational and environmental exposure science relating to chemical, physical and biological hazards.
We have a strong track record for applied research that investigates the impacts of occupational and environmental hazards on human health. Our research group includes expertise in industry wide studies in health care, pest control, manufacturing, emergency services and mining industries. Much of our research looks at translational health outcomes. Through this applied research, Adelaide Exposure Science and Health aims to provide empirical evidence that can be translated into policy and practice to support the protection and promotion of human health through the control and prevention of exposure to hazards.
Our diverse and applied research interests reflect the broad range of experience and skills within the group. They include:
- indoor air pollution and vapour intrusion
- occupational and community exposure studies
- PPE testing
- skin and surface chemical exposure studies
Lead researchers: Professor Dino Pisaniello and Dr Sharyn Gaskin
Both Professor Dino Pisaniello and Dr Sharyn Gaskin are available for supervision of Higher Degree by Research students including honours, masters and PhD. Interested students should contact Professor Pisaniello or Dr Gaskin directly to discuss potential research projects at Adelaide Exposure Science and Health.
- Dr Linda Heath
- Dr Leigh Thredgold
We offer exciting opportunities for researchers at the honours, masters and PhD levels. Our research degrees are open to students from a broad range of backgrounds, and range from basic sciences to clinical research. If you are interested in human health, consider furthering your research career with us.