ASAP-East Africa

Meet the Team

Meet the Team

ASAP brings together leading UK and East African researchers in air pollution, urban planning, economic geography, public health, social sciences and development studies to provide a framework for improved air quality management in East African cities. Central to the project’s aims are strengthening research capabilities and technological expertise in East Africa, with local stakeholders and experts involved in the conception, implementation, and uptake of the programme and its outcomes.

Want to collaborate?

The ASAP-East Africa is keen to collaborate with organisations and individuals with an interest in air pollution. If you are interested in exploring opportunities to engage with ASAP-East Africa research or to partner on similar research feel free to contact the ASAP-East Africa team: asap-eastafrica@contacts.bham.ac.uk

Click on the profiles below to learn more about the team:

Professor John Bryson (University of Birmingham)

 
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Prof. Bryson’s research is motivated by a desire to understand and explain the complex ways in which production is organized through space and in place and via a variety of forms of enterprise. He focuses on understanding the economic geographies of knowledge, specifically the production and consumption of expertise, exploring the ways in which individuals and enterprises shape and are shaped by their involvement in economic activity and historical and methodological perspectives on enterprise, entrepreneurship and business services.

Rhiannon Blake