#CanWomenSTEM150 Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou is a Civil Engineering #Professor and Tier 2 Canada #Research Chair at the University of Toronto in the #Transportation Engineering research group, having completed her post-doctoral studies at MIT, and a prior professorship at McGill University. She is a leading #researcher in the study of transportation and air pollution. She collaborates across disciplines such as engineering, planning, #epidemiology, and #physiology to better understand the relationships between the urban form, transportation systems, and human health. Her work on modelling #travel behavior, transportation #emissions, pollution exposure to urban populations, and associated health implications is internationally recognized in such academic journals as #Atmospheric #Environment, Transportation, and Environmental #Science. In particular, she focuses on the health effects of air #pollution on #cyclists across various routes and built environments. She works closely with and has had research funded by Health Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (#NSERC) and the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Her professional accomplishments are impressive by any measure, and even more so considering the early stage of her career. "All models are wrong, but some are useful." -George Box 
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  • canwomenstem_150#CanWomenSTEM150 Professor Marianne Hatzopoulou is a Civil Engineering #Professor and Tier 2 Canada #Research Chair at the University of Toronto in the #Transportation Engineering research group, having completed her post-doctoral studies at MIT, and a prior professorship at McGill University. She is a leading #researcher in the study of transportation and air pollution. She collaborates across disciplines such as engineering, planning, #epidemiology, and #physiology to better understand the relationships between the urban form, transportation systems, and human health. Her work on modelling #travel behavior, transportation #emissions, pollution exposure to urban populations, and associated health implications is internationally recognized in such academic journals as #Atmospheric #Environment, Transportation, and Environmental #Science. In particular, she focuses on the health effects of air #pollution on #cyclists across various routes and built environments. She works closely with and has had research funded by Health Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (#NSERC) and the Canadian Institute of Health Research (CIHR) Her professional accomplishments are impressive by any measure, and even more so considering the early stage of her career. "All models are wrong, but some are useful." -George Box
    To learn more please visit http://ow.ly/yJdG30aBXQF

    #WomenWhoLead #WomeninSTEM #Engineering #Engineer #STEM #Leader #Canada150
  • geargirlsfilmKeep up the awesome work Marianne
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