Line Småstuen Haug
I am a senior scientist, with profound experience in development of analytical methods for determination of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in biological samples. I have substantial expertise in biomonitoring and human exposure to environmental contaminants, and in particular poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs). I have participated in a number of studies on health effects of environmental contaminants. I have also been involved in risk assessments and hazard assessments for PFAS and other POPs, amongst other as member of working groups in EFSA and IARC.
I am principal investigator for the Norwegian Environmental Biobank where we follow-up mother-father-child triads participating in the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child Cohort Study to understand the population’s exposure to environmental contaminants.
I am also Head of the Centre for Sustainable Diets, the focus for research on the challenges of diet and food production in relation to health, climate, and the environment.ORCID