Dr Zaid Chalabi is a Senior Lecturer in Health Impact Analysis and Modelling in the Department of Social and Environmental Health Research, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. His main research interests are modelling the impact of the built environment, transport and climate on health. He is also very interested in mathematical modelling of complex systems, the evaluation of complex interventions using mathematical models and developing mathematical methods to support decision-making under uncertainty.
Chalabi Z, Roberts I, Edwards P, Dowie J (2008) Traffic and the risk of vehicle pedestrian injury: A decision analytic support tool. Injury Prevention 14, 196-201
Jarrett J, Woodcock J, Griffiths UK, Chalabi Z, Edwards P, Roberts I, Haines A (2012) Effect of increasing active travel in urban England and Wales on costs to the National Health Service. Lancet 379, 2198-2205.
Woodcock J, Edwards P, Tonne C, Armstrong BG, Ashiru O, Banister D, Beevers S, Chalabi Z, Chowdhury Z, Cohen A, Franco OH, Haines A, Hickman R, Lindsay G, Mittal I, Mohan D, Tiwari G, Woodward A, Roberts I (2009) Public health benefits of strategies to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions: urban land transport. Lancet 374, 1930-1943