Associate Research ScientistAir Quality And Energy
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
1111 RELLIS Parkway, Room 3412
Bryan, TX 77807
(979) 317-2799 x42799
Dr. Haneen Khreis is a cross-disciplinary professional in the health impacts of transport planning and policy. She has training in transport planning and engineering, vehicle emissions monitoring and modeling, air quality monitoring and modeling, exposure assessment, systematic reviews and meta-analyses, health impact and burden of disease assessment, policy options generation, cross-disciplinary collaboration, curriculum development, and the science-policy link in transport and health. She also has experience and worked in the fields of epidemiology, childhood asthma, climate action and co-benefits and knowledge translation.
Dr. Khreis completed her doctoral studies working between the Leeds Institute for Transport Studies (ITS) and the Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine (LICAMM), in close collaboration with the Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL) at the Barcelona’s Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal). She has published extensively on the above topics, edited a book on “Integrating Human Health into Urban and Transport Planning” and is now editing one on “Traffic-Related Air Pollution, Human Exposures and Health” and co-editing another on “Transport and Health.” Dr. Khreis is currently an assistant research scientist at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and the Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy, and Health (CARTEEH) and remains an associated researcher at the Barcelona’s Institute for Global Health - Campus MAR (ISGlobal). At CARTEEH, she leads the development of a cross-disciplinary curriculum on Transportation Emissions, Air Pollution, Exposures, and Health and leads a European and a USA-wide disease assessment on traffic-related air pollution and childhood asthma. A complete list of her published articles can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Haneen_Khreis.