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Martine Dennekamp received an MSc in Environmental Sciences, specialising in andlsquo;Environment, Labour and Health' from The University of Wageningen in the Netherlands. She worked for four years as a Research Assistant at the Department of Environmental and Occupational Medicine at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, where she completed her part-time PhD in Environmental Medicine andldquo;Personal exposure to particulate air pollution, assessed by number and mass.andrdquo; This included investigating the health effects of particulate air pollution on patients with chronic lung disease. Martine has also worked as a Research and Information Officer with the Mid Western Health Board in Ireland.

Martine joined MonCOEH in February 2005 as a Research Fellow and is currently involved in Healthwise, a large occupational cohort study on Australian aluminium industry workers, and a study investigating the relationship between air pollution and cardiac arrests in Melbourne.


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