Roel Vermeulen

Provisional Title: Exposome and Omics

Roel Vermeulen

Provisional Title: Exposome and Omics

Biography

Dr. Roel Vermeulen is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Risk Assessment Sciences at Utrecht University, The Netherlands and holds an adjunct Professor position at the Public Health department at the University Medical Center Utrecht, The Netherlands and a Visiting Professorship at Imperial College London, London, UK. Dr. Roel Vermeulen is trained in occupational hygiene/exposure assessment and molecular/occupational/environmental epidemiology. His scientific research focuses on environmental risk factors for cancer, asthma and neurological diseases with a strong emphasis on integrating epidemiology, high quality exposure assessment, and molecular biology into multidisciplinary investigations. He is the PI of several large case-control and prospective studies in occupational and the general population. One of his main research areas is the exploration of new methods for quantifying the external and internal exposome. He is furthermore actively involved in developing methods to analyze high dimensional exposure and biological data using statistical and bio-informatical techniques. Dr. Roel Vermeulen has served on many international committees including including the WHO and the National Toxicology Program in the US. He is a member of the Dutch Expert Committee for Occupational Standards of the Dutch Health council. He was elected chair of the International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH), Scientific Committee on Epidemiology in Occupational Health (EPICOH) in 2015. He has (co)-authored over 330 peer-reviewed papers

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