Anna Fee

Post-doctoral fellow at Plant Conservation Unit

Post-doctoral fellow, Plant Conservation Unit
PhD Candidate, Centre for Atmospheric Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge
NERC funded CSaP Policy Intern (January 2017 - April 2017)

Anna joined CSaP in January 2017 for a three month policy internship funded by NERC.

Anna is in the final year of her PhD, studying Atmospheric Chemistry at the Centre for Atmospheric Science (CAS) in the Department of Chemistry, at the University of Cambridge. Her research focuses on using high resolution mass spectrometry to analyse the molecular composition of secondary organic aerosol. Aerosols have both direct and indirect effects on climate as well as human health and the extent of these impacts is still largely unknown.

Prior to commencing her PhD, Anna completed a MSc in Atmospheric Science at the University of East Anglia and a BSc (Hons) at Lancaster University.

To read about Anna's experience as a Policy Intern click here.

Twitter: @AnnaVFee

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