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Marko Tainio

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Marko Tainio. @Kuva: Kai Widell.


Kestävän kaupungistumisen strateginen ohjelma

 
 

Sähköposti: etunimi.sukunimi@syke.fi
Puhelin: 029-525-2127
Twitter: @MarkoTainio

Ammatillinen some: LinkedIn, Google Scholar, ORCID ja ResearchGate.

Postiosoite:
Latokartanonkaari 11
00790 Helsinki

Tausta

Vedän SYKEssa Kestävän kaupungistumisen strategista ohjelmaa (KAO), joka tuottaa kaupunkikehitykseen liittyvää tietoa päätöksentekijöiden, kansalaisten ja muiden sidostyhmien käyttöön. Tämän lisäksi KAO edistää SYKEn kaupunkitutkimusta ja tukee kaupunkitiedon tuottamista, analysointia ja jakelua.

Tutkimuksisani olen tutkinut liikenteen vaikutusta ympäristöön ja terveyteen kaupunkiympäristössä. Erityisesti olen tutkinut pyöräilyn vaikutuksia kun otetaan huomioon muutokset ilmansaasteissa, liikkumisessa ja onnettomuuksissa. Keskeisin käyttämäni tutkimusmetodi on tietokonemallitus ja terveysvaikutusarviointi (health impact assessment). Väitöskirjan tein ilmansaasteiden (pienhiukkasten) terveysvaikutuksista Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitoksella (THL) Suomessa.

Ennen SYKEn tiimiin liittymistä olin vanhempana tutkijana (Senior Research Associate) Cambridgen Yliopistossa Englannissa (2013-2019), apulaisprofessorina Puolan Tiedeakatemiassa Puolassa (2009-2013) ja tutkijana Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitoksella Suomessa (2002-2011). Lisäksi olen ollut vaihto-opiskelijan Wageningenin yliopistossa Hollannissa (2002) ja osallistunut Young Scientist Summer Program (YSSP) ohjelmaan International Institute for Applied Systems Analysissa (IIASA) Itävallassa (2006).

Erityisosaaminen

Liikenne, ympäristö ja terveys; terveysvaikutusten arviointi; ilmansaasteet ja terveys (erityisesti kaupunki-ilman pienhiukkaset); riskinarviointi; tietokonemallitus ja Monte-Carlo simulointi; liikunta ja sen terveysvaikutukset, melu ja sen terveysvaikutukset; tautitaakka (disability-adjusted life-year, DALY).

Koulutus

  • Doctor of Science, informatiikka (doktor habilitowany, dr hab.), Systems Research Institute, Puolan tiedeakatemia, 2020.
  • Dosentti (ympäristön terveysvaikutusten arviointi), Itä-Suomen yliopisto, 2015;
  • FT (ympäristöterveys), Kuopion yliopisto, 2009;
  • FM (ympäristötiede), Kuopion yliopisto, 2003.

Keskeiset rahoitetut projektit

Alla mainituissa projekteissa minulla on ollut keskeinen rooli (projektin johtajana tai muuten) rahoitusta haettaessa ja projektin toteuttamisessa.

  • 2020-2023 (-2026): "Nudging for climate: Using behavioral sciences for steering communities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fortify carbon sinks (CLIMATE-NUDGE)" Funded by the Strategic Research Council, Finland (336517). Research grant. €400 021. Duration 36 months (72 months). PI Paula Salo, University of Turku.
  • 2017-2020: “The MEthods and Tools for Assessing the Health Impacts of Transport: modelling study (METAHIT)“. Funded by Medical Research Council (MRC), Methodology Research Programme, UK (MR/P02663X/1). Research grant. £419 519. Duration 36 months. PI James Woodcock.
  • 2017-2019: “Towards an Integrated Global Transport and Health Assessment Tool (TIGTHAT)“. Funded by Medical Research Council (MRC) Global Challenges Research Fund, UK (number: RG87632-SJ). Research Grant. £420 000. Duration: 24 months. PI James Woodcock.
  • 2015-2017: “Kaupunkirakenteen kokonaisvaltainen resurssitehokkuusmalli“. Funded by Prime Minister’s office (Finland). Government Analysis, Assessment and Research Activities project. 300 000 EUR. Duration 20 months. PI Panu Lehtovuori.
  • 2012-2014: “Environmental Health Effects of Local Transportation in Warsaw“. Duration: 24 months. Funded by: Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Poland.
  • 2009-2013: “Transportation, air pollution and physical activities; an integrated health risk assessment programme of climate change and urban policies (TAPAS) (Warsaw workpackage)“. Duration: 48 months. Funded by: Coca Cola Foundation. PI Mark J Nieuwenhuijsen.

Keskeiset julkaisut

  1. Tainio M, Andersen ZJ, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, Hu L, de Nazelle A, An R, Garcia LMT, Goenka S, Zapata-Diomedi B, Bull F, Sá TH. (2021). Air pollution, physical activity and health: A mapping review of the evidence. Environment International 147. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.105954
  2. Heydari S, Tainio M, Woodcock J, de Nazelle A. (2020). Estimating traffic contribution to particulate matter concentration in urban areas using a multilevel Bayesian meta-regression approach. Environment International 141: 105800. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.105800
  3. Strain T, Brage S, Sharp SJ, Richards J, Tainio M, Ding D, Benichou J, Kelly P. (2020). Use of the prevented fraction for the population to determine deaths averted by existing prevalence of physical activity: a descriptive study. The Lancet Global Health 8 (7): e920-e930. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2214-109X(20)30211-4
  4. Giallouros G, Kouis P, Papatheodorou SI, Woodcock J, Tainio M. (2020). The long-term impact of restricting cycling and walking during high air pollution days on all-cause mortality: Health impact Assessment study. Environment International 140. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2020.105679
  5. Ahmad S, Goodman A, Creutzig F, Woodcock J, Tainio M. (2019). A comparison of the health and environmental impacts of increasing urban density against increasing propensity to walk and cycle in Nashville, USA. Cities & Health. https://doi.org/10.1080/23748834.2019.1659667
  6. An R, Shen J, Ying B, Tainio M, Andersen ZJ, de Nazelle A (2019). Impact of ambient air pollution on physical activity and sedentary behavior in China: A systematic review. Environmental Research 176: 108545. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envres.2019.108545
  7. Fantke P, McKone TE, Tainio M, Jolliet O, Apte JS, Stylianou KS, Illner N, Marshall JD, Choma EF, Evans JS. (2019). Global Effect Factors for Exposure to Fine Particulate Matter. Environmental Science & Technololy 53 (12): 6855-6868. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b01800
  8. Woodcock J, Abbas A, Ullrich A, Tainio M, Lovelace R, Sá TH, Westgate K, Goodman A. (2018). Development of the Impacts of Cycling Tool (ICT): A modelling study and web tool for evaluating health and environmental impacts of cycling uptake. PLOS Medicine 15(7): e1002622. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002622
  9. de Sá TH, Tainio M, Goodman A, Edwards P, Haines A, Gouveia N, Monteiro CA, Woodcock J. (2017). The São Paulo we want? Health impact modelling of different travel patterns for São Paulo, Brazil. Environment International 108: 22–31. Doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2017.07.009
  10. Tainio M, Monsivais P, Jones NRV, Brand C, Woodcock J. (2017). Mortality, greenhouse gas emissions and consumer cost impacts of combined diet and physical activity scenarios: a health impact assessment study. BMJ Open 2017; 7:e014199. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2016-014199.
  11. Tainio M, de Nazelle AJ, Götschi T, Kahlmeier S, Rojas-Rueda D, Nieuwenhuijsen MJ, de Sá TH, Kelly P, Woodcock J. (2016). Can air pollution negate the health benefits of cycling and walking? Preventive Medicine 87: 233-236. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypmed.2016.02.002.
  12. Rojas-Rueda D., de Nazelle A., Andersen Z.J., Braun- Fahrländer C., Bruha J., Bruhova-Foltynova H., Desqueyroux H., Praznoczy C., Ragettli S.M., Tainio M., Nieuwenhuijsen M. (2016). Health impacts of active transportation in Europe. Plos one 11(3): 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0149990
  13. Tainio M. (2015). Burden of disease caused by local transport in Warsaw, Poland. Journal of Transport & Health. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jth.2015.06.005
  14. Woodcock J., Tainio M., Cheshire J., O’Brien O., Goodman A. (2014). Modelled health impacts of the London bicycle sharing system. British Medical Journal 348:g425. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.g425
  15. Tainio M., Juda-Rezler K., Reizer M., Warchałowski A., Trapp W., Skotak K. (2013). Future climate and adverse health effects caused by fine particulate matter air pollution: Case study for Poland. Regional Environmental Change 13 (3): 705-715. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-012-0366-6
  16. Taimisto P., Tainio M., Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Porvari P., Karppinen A., Kangas L., Kukkonen J., Tuomisto J.T. (2011). Evaluation of intake fractions for different subpopulations due to primary fine particulate matter (PM2.5) emitted from domestic wood combustion and traffic in Finland. Air Quality, Atmosphere & Health 4 (3-4): 199-209. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11869-011-0138-3
  17. Rojas-Rueda D., de Nazelle A., Tainio M., Nieuwenhuijsen M. (2011). The health risks and benefits of cycling in urban environments compared with car use: health impact assessment study. British Medical Journal 343: d4521. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.d4521
  18. Tainio M. Tuomisto J.T., Pekkanen J, Karvosenoja N., Kupiainen K., Porvari P., Sofiev M., Karppinen A., Kangas L., Kukkonen J. (2010). Uncertainty in health risks due to anthropogenic primary fine particulate matter from different source types in Finland. Atmospheric Environment 44 (17): 2125-2132. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.atmosenv.2010.02.036
  19. Tuomisto J.T., Wilson A., Evans J.S., Tainio M. (2008). Uncertainty in mortality response to airborne fine particulate matter: Combining European air pollution experts. Reliability Engineering and System Safety 93: 732–744. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ress.2007.03.002
  20. Tainio M., Tuomisto J.T., Hänninen O., Aarnio P., Jantunen M., Pekkanen J. (2005). Health effects caused by primary fine particulate matter (PM2.5) emitted from busses in Helsinki Metropolitan Area, Finland. Risk Analysis 25 (1): 151-160. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.0272-4332.2005.00574.x
  21. Tuomisto J.T., Tainio M. (2005). An economic way of reducing health, environmental, and other pressures of urban traffic: a decision analysis on trip aggregation. BMC Public Health 5:123. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/5/123. https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-5-123
Julkaistu 16.8.2019 klo 17.07, päivitetty 2.2.2021 klo 10.42

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