Dr. Andreas Sjödin will be giving a presentation titled “Serum Concentrations of Brominated Flame Retardants in in the United States General Population.”
After receiving his PhD in Environmental Chemistry in May of 2000 from Stockholm University in Sweden, Dr. Andreas Sjödin worked as the Coordinator for the Analytical Toxicology Branch of the Division of Laboratory Sciences for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since October of 2010, Dr. Sjödin has been working as the Chief of the Combustion Products and Persistent Pollutants Biomonitoring Laboratory (CPPBL) and Acting Chief of the Dioxin and Persistent Pollutants laboratory (DOXPOP), for the Division of Laboratory Sciences at the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health in Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2007, Dr. Sjödin received both the National Center for Environmental Health’s Leadership in Science award, and the Superior Mission Response team award, for work conducted during the ethylene glycol poisoning event in Panama.
The webinar will be held October 29, 2012 at 1pm EST and recorded via WebEx.