Peter Franklin is a researcher with interests in environmental impacts on human health. His research has been focussed on the impacts of air pollution, predominantly indoor air pollution, on the respiratory health of children and adults. He currently heads the indoor air pollution node of the Collaborative Research Centre for Asthma and Airways. He is also the Environmental Co-ordinator of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Research on Children's Environmental Health at the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research. His research interests also involve measures of infant and pre-school lung function and how these tests can be utilised in environmental health research.