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Neda Sharifi Soltani

Academic Casual, School of Natural Sciences, Macquarie University

Sessional academic staff in the School of Natural Sciences at Macquarie University-Sydney. Her PhD research examined the identification and quantification of microplastics in household environments and their exposure and health risk assessment. Her research interests cut across the fields of pollutants and GIS/remote sensing and include using interdisciplinary approaches.
During her PhD, she was also involved in different projects all about contaminants in dust and soil including VegeSafe and DustSafe community science projects. Her current and previous teaching at Macquarie University revolves around the environmental application of GIS and remote sensing for risk analysis.