Dr Luke Knibbs

Dr Luke Knibbs conducts research and teaching on the health effects of environmental risk factors, with a specific focus on air pollution and bioaerosols (airborne particles of biological origin).

Luke is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Health, and joined the School of Public Health at UQ in 2012. Prior to that, he did 3 years’ postdoctoral training at QUT’s International Laboratory for Air Quality and Health. He has a special interest in air pollution, bioaerosols, and novel approaches to improving exposure assessment in environmental epidemiology. He held an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship (2012-15) awarded for research into bioaerosols and their role in infection transmission. He is on the editorial board of Atmospheric Environment (2016-19).