Professor of Environmental Health, King’s College London
Frank Kelly is Professor of Environmental Health at King’s College London,
where he is Director of the Environmental Research Group and Director of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit on Environmental Hazards.
Prof Kelly leads a substantial research activity which spans all aspects of air pollution research from toxicology to science policy which has led to over 330 peer-reviewed publications on the toxicology and health effects of ozone, nitrogen dioxide and particulate pollution. In addition to his academic work Prof Kelly provides policy support to the WHO on air pollution issues and he is Chairman of COMEAP the UK’s Department of Health’s Expert Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants