Dr. Anindita Dutta has obtained her PhD in Science from India in 2011. Her research topic was: Pulmonary and cardiovascular changes associated with chronic air pollution exposures in rural and urban India. Currently, she is doing research on cookstove intervention and human health in the University of Chicago, Chicago, USA. She has worked extensively on the effects of air pollution on human health. She is continuing working on environmental health. She has publications in and is also the reviewer of many peer-reviewed international journals.
Household air pollution (HAP); cookstove intervention; human health with special focus on women’s and children’s health.