Miss Emma Kuhn

Associate Lecturer

College of Science and Engineering

place Bedford Park

Emma Kuhn is an Associate Lecturer in Environmental Health, she has experience in microbiology, and is an accredited environmental health officer. She is passionate about addressing ‘healthy housing’ which includes residential methamphetamine contamination. Her current research is looking at a public health perspective of methamphetamine contamination which analyses industry practices and stakeholder engagement. Her research has informed International Parliament, and she has consulted for Australian State Government policy and legislation to improve public health outcomes.


Graduate Diploma in Environmental Health Practice, Flinders University, South Australia

Bachelor of Science (Honours) (First Class), Flinders University, South Australia, Australia
Thesis title: Methamphetamine contamination in residential properties: A public health concern

Bachelor of Science (Microbiology), Flinders University, South Australia

Honours, awards and grants
  • Recipient of an Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship (2020-2023)
  • Chancellor's Letter of Commendation (2020)
Topic coordinator
ENVH9704 Risk Assessment and Management
ENVS2712 Environmental Change and Human Health
Topic lecturer
ENVS2741 Zombie Apocalypse: Microbes and Toxins
ENVH7711 Environmental Health Concepts