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Aktiv cristin-person Nina Louise Torcelino-Iszatt

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    ved Avdeling for miljøeksponering og -epidemiologi ved Folkehelseinstituttet


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Nina Louise Torcelino-Iszatt


I am an environmental epidemiologist with expertise in adverse effects of environmental chemicals on child health and gut microbiota. I am a long-standing member of the HUMIS-NoMIC research group, where I have data and coordination responsibilities, and currently supervise one PhD student, and two master students. My recent research focus on the role of persistent organic pollutants in breast milk such as PCB, DDE, and PFAS on child health, particularly growth/obesity, and on early-life gut microbiota and child health. I recently won three awards for my work on breastmilk environmental contaminants and gut microbiota. I use state-of-the art methods for the assessment and analysis of prenatal and postnatal exposures to mixtures of pollutants and gut microbiota. I work/have worked in multi-disciplinary teams and on EU-funded projects (HiWATE, OBELIX, DEMAMIC) in different roles (deputy WP leader, harmonising and pooling birth cohorts). I have had considerable experience organising networks and projects and managing staff in a development NGO in the Philippines, as well as coordinating a research team in Dakar, Senegal.


Nina Louise Torcelino-Iszatt

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Concentration of mercury, cadmium, and lead in breast milk from Norwegian mothers: Association with dietary habits, amalgam and other factors.

Vollset, Marie; Iszatt, Nina; Enger, Øyvind; Gjengedal, Elin Lovise Folven; Eggesbø, Merete Åse. 2019, Science of the Total Environment. FHI, NMBUVitenskapelig artikkel

Reply to Moossavi and Azad, "Quantifying and Interpreting the Association between Early-Life Gut Microbiota Composition and Childhood Obesity".

Stanislawski, Maggie A.; Dabelea, Dana; Wagner, Brandie D.; Iszatt, Nina; Dahl, Cecilie; Sontag, Marci K.; Knight, Rob; Lozupone, Catherine A.; Eggesbø, Merete Åse. 2019, mBio. FHI, UCSD, UIO, UoCaDBrev til redaktøren

Environmental toxicants in breast milk of Norwegian mothers and gut bacteria composition and metabolites in their infants at 1 month.

Iszatt, Nina; Janssen, Stefan; Lenters, Virissa Claire; Dahl, Cecilie; Stigum, Hein; Knight, Rob; Mandal, Siddhartha; Peddada, Shyamal; González, Antonio; Midtvedt, Tore mfl.. 2019, Microbiome. HHU, FHI, UCSD, NIEHS, UIO, KI, PHFIVitenskapelig artikkel

Maternal body mass index, gestational weight gain, and the risk of overweight and obesity across childhood: An individual participant data meta-analysis.

Voerman, Ellis; Santos, Susana; Golab, Bernadeta Patro; Amiano, Pilar; Ballester, Ferran; Barros, Henrique; Bergström, Anna; Charles, Marie-Aline; Chatzi, Leda; Chevrier, Cécile mfl.. 2019, PLoS Medicine. UdP, LM, FHI, UdV, HP, UoB, UOSC, CIBERESP, DESCARTES, UoS, UM, THL, EMC, KI, UWA, Ty, UOA, UOC, UFZ, IMP, UJwK, WUM, UIB, UoIaC, INSERM, UoCD, UCC, RG, UCD, ITALIA, UdSdBVitenskapelig artikkel

Early-life exposure to persistent organic pollutants (OCPs, PBDEs, PCBs,PFASs) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder: A multi-pollutant analysis of a Norwegian birth cohort.

Lenters, Virissa Claire; Iszatt, Nina; Guzman, Joan Forns; Cechova, Eliska; Kočan, Anton; Legler, Juliette; Leonards, Pim; Stigum, Hein; Eggesbø, Merete Åse. 2019, Environment International. MUVB, VUA, FHIVitenskapelig artikkel
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