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Athicha UTTAJUG Athicha Uttajug, PhD, is a specially appointed assistant professor in the Department of Hygiene, Graduate School of Medicine, Hokkaido University. She completed her PhD in 2021 at the Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Environmental Engineering, Kyoto University. Her specialization lies in environmental epidemiology with a focus on studying the health impacts of air pollution and climate change. Currently, she is engaged in research to investigate the effects of extreme weather events on various health outcomes and healthcare facilities, using statistical modeling. Wiwatanadate, P. and Liwsrisakun, C. (2011) Acute effects of air pollution on peak expiratory flow rates and symptoms among in Chiang Mai, Thailand. International asthmatic patients Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 214: 251–257. Yabueng, N., Wiriya, W. and Chantara, S. (2020) Influence of zero-burning policy and climate phenomena on ambient PM2.5 patterns and PAHs inhalation cancer risk during episodes of smoke haze in Northern Thailand. Atmospheric Environment, 232: 117485. Yin, S., Wang, X., Zhang, X., Guo, M., Miura, M. and Xiao, Y. (2019) Influence of biomass burning on local air pollution in mainland Southeast Asia from 2001 to 2016. Environmental Pollution, 254: 112949. respiratory illness in Chiangmai during the smoggy pollution. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 22: 437–440. Policy Impacts on Vegetation Fire, Air Quality, and Human Health in Thailand: A Review (Received 12 September 2023, Accepted 26 December 2023) 67

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