Xiaobo Xue Romeiko
Dr. Xiaobo Xue Romeiko is an assistant professor at the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the University at Albany, State University of New York (SUNY Albany). Before joining SUNY Albany's faculty, Dr. Romeiko was an Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) Research Fellow at the Environmental Protection Agency. Dr. Romeiko received her PhD from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Pittsburgh.
Addressing food, water and energy security while protecting environmental quality and improving public health is a grand challenge. Dr. Romeiko’s research interests center on sustainable solutions capable of simultaneously conserving natural resources and minimizing negative environmental health damages. Her team develops innovative life cycle and risk assessment models to evaluate resource consumption and climate resiliency of water & waste infrastructure, to analyze environmental health impacts of food and energy supply chains, and to advance quantitative environmental sustainability analyses approaches. Please visit Dr. Romeiko’s research projects for more information.
- Environmental Sustainability
- Life cycle assessment
- Resource recovery
- Risk Analysis
- Water-energy nexus
- Climate Adaptation and Resilience
Learn more about Dr. Romeiko's work