Dr Mireille Toledano

Imperial College London

Expertise in environmental epidemiology and public health.  I am PI of the SCAMP study, a longitudinal study of approximately 6500 secondary school pupils from across the socio-economic and ethnic spectrum in Greater London.  The SCAMP study is a live research project with a rich dataset on children’s cognitive function, behavioural development, general health and wellbeing, as well as their lifestyle, social and physical environments at home and school.  I am interested in collaborating with other researchers, and I can offer the SCAMP study as a case study/work package to quantify the value of green space in the urban environment through health risk assessment, using a range of green space exposure metrics.  The SCAMP study offers an established health research infrastructure with opportunities for further small or large scale data collection from study participants during 2016 and 2017.

Research provider
Arts & Humanities
Economic Research
Natural Sciences
Social Sciences
Research Area: 
Urban ecosystems
Health and wellbeing