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Nicole Ngo, PhD
Nicole Ngo is an assistant professor at the School of Planning, Public Policy, and Management, and her research focuses on issues at the intersection of environmental health and urban sustainability. This includes evaluating the health effects of environmental regulations (e.g., vehicle emission standards), measuring air pollution generated from the transportation sector in sub-Saharan Africa, and investigating the effects of how various factors, including climate change, ride-hail services, and smart-parking policies affect urban mobility and our environment.
She uses an interdisciplinary approach in her research and has published in a range of outlets, including public policy, economics, transportation, and public health. More information and updates about her research can be found at her website.