Ravindra Khaiwal

Ravindra Khaiwal, DSc, MTech, MRSC, FHEA (UK)

Associate Professor of Environment Health,

School of Public Health,

Department of Community Medicine,

Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER),

Chandigarh, 160012, India

Tel: +91 (0) 9876346309

Fax: +91 (0) 172 2744993

Email: khaiwal@yahoo.com

http://www.pgimer.edu.in  

Special Academic Personnel (BAP),

Micro and Trace Analysis Centre (MiTAC),
Department of Chemistry, University of Antwerp,
Universiteitsplein 1, Antwerp, (Wilrijk), B-2610, Belgium.
Phone: 0032.3820.2384;  Fax:     0032.3820.2376

Email: khaiwal@yahoo.com

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Biographical notes: Ravindra Khaiwal is currently working as ‘Associate Professors of Environment Health’ at School of Public Health (SPH), PGIMER, Chandigarh after working around five years as ‘Scientist’ in ‘Centre for Atmospheric and Instrumentation Research (CAIR)’, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom. He also holds visiting professor positions at University of Antwerp, Belgium and University of Padova, Italy. Ravindra has an outstanding academic record and obtained a Doctor of Science (DSc) degree with a specialization in Analytical Chemistry / Environmental Sciences from University of Antwerp, Belgium. He has authored more than 80 articles including original research papers, reviews and book chapters. Some of his articles are listed as highly cited by ‘ISI Web of Science’. His articles are cited over 4500 times and he has a HIRSCH factor of ‘26’ based on Scopus, ISI and other sources. He wrote/edited 6 books in the field of ‘Environmental Sciences’. He has guided 4 PhD students and one DM and one MD. Currently he is supervising four PhD students. Ravindra has received several awards and scholarships in the field of ‘Environmental Science and Engineering’. He has won an ‘Environmentalist of the Year 2007: Around the Globe’ award by the National Environmental Science Academy (NESA), India and was the finalist of ‘Elsevier NASI-SCOPUS 2014’ Young Scientist Award. His research interests involve monitoring of pollutants, chemical composition and source characterization, health risks assessment and mitigation policies for persistent and emerging pollutants; including global climate change and environmental impact assessment. He has already worked on several international projects such as InterREG, EXPER/PF, ENVIRISK, CAIR4HEALTH, HENVINET, MEGAPOLI and TRANSPHORM. Currently he is working as associated partner on (EU) projects and jointly acquired funding of over $ 640 thousands to the School of Public Health. Ravindra is serving various international journal and grant commission as a referee and is also a member of editorial board of International Journal of Environment and Waste Management, Air, Soil and Water Research, Forum Geographic, Journal of Environmental Biology (IF:0.56), Aerosol and Air Quality Research (IF:2.0), and Environmental Monitoring and Assessment (IF:1.6).