English title of thesis
"Neurodevelopmental toxicity of a human relevant mixture of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) and perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS)"
Norwegian title of thesis
"Skadelige effekter på nevroutvikling forårsaket av en humanrelevant blanding av persistente organiske miljøgifter (POPs) og perfluorooktansulfonsyre (PFOS)"
Prescribed subject of the trial lecture
“Perspectives on in vitro to in vivo extrapolations for human risk assessment of environmental pollutants”
Date: 5 November (Oslo time)
- 1000hrs: Trial lecture
- 1045hrs: Break
- 1115hrs: Public defense
- Auditorium Hippocampus
- Zoom: https://nmbu.zoom.us/j/62093389434?pwd=a2ZsMm5ReUNGbzBVMG5vb1U3TzRTZz09
Covid-19 related restrictions have been lifted and all are welcome to attend this event in Auditorium Hippocampus in person (no prior registration is required).
Alternatively, you may attend the trial lecture and public defense via Zoom. Here are the guidelines:
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First Opponent: Associate Professor Tara McMorrow, University College Dublin, Ireland
Second Opponent: Dr. Espen Mariusssen, Norwegian Institute of Public Health, Norway
Committee Coordinator: Professor Anette Krogenæs, NMBU, Norway
Main supervisor: Professor Erik Ropstad, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Dr. Steven Verhaegen, NMBU, Norway
Co-supervisor: Professor Ragnhild Elisabeth Paulsen, University of Oslo, Norway
Co-supervisor: Associate Professor Karin Elisabeth Zimmer, NMBU, Norway
The doctoral thesis is available for public review. For those who would like to have access to the thesis please send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
Name of PhD candidate: Ajay Yadav; Thesis number 2021:63; ISSN 1894-6402; ISBN 978-82-575-1837-0.