Associate Professors

We study health effects of environmental exposure in Arctic and non-Arctic populations using molecular epidemiology, genetics and cellular studies of endocrine disrupters and their actual serum mixture effects on receptors. By this, new data on cancer risk, reproductive health and child development.

Human exposure to many environmental contaminants simultaneously through different routes can affect health. Our research focus on human biomonitoring and the effects of the mixtures of environmental contaminants on human reproductive-, immune-, and neuro-endocrine systems and possible mechanisms.

Assistant Professors

We study chemical exposures and their health effects, eg. breast cancer risk and altered fetal/child development. Using genetic, molecular and epidemiological methods including advanced chemical extractions, we contribute to a better understanding of mechanisms and effects of chemicals and mixtures.