Karyn Morrissey | PH@UM Global Health Series

Karyn Morrissey

University of Exeter
Last Visits: 28 March 2019
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Biographical Info

Over the last 8 years, Karyn has developed a substantial research profile in marine economics and population health, publishing 40 publications in peer-reviewed international journals ranging from developing an appropriate method for analysing the ocean economy to small area estimations of population health.

Karyn has recently published a book entitled “The Economics of the Marine” with Rowan and Littlefield. Karyn has extensive experience in capacity building in Developing countries having been a Co-Investigation on a Newton-Omar British Council research project with colleagues in Malaysia to examine the impact of Big Weather Events on the Elderly Population in the Kuala Lumpur region and a Co-Investigator on the GCRF NERC-ESRC-AHRC funded research project examining socio-economical resilience in coastal communities.

Karyn is an editorial board member of the Journal of Ocean and Coastal Economics and Marine Policy


Dr Karyn Morrissey spoke at the PH@UM Global Health Series lecture in Faculty of Medicine, the University of Malaya on 28 March 2019 on “Linking Environment and Human Health: The Impact of Air Pollution on Health in Kuala Lumpur”.

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