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Anke Huss

Anke Huss is an associate professor at the Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS) at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. Her research focuses on environmental and occupational exposure assessment to environmental factors including electromagnetic fields and their health effects. She has experience including static, extremely-low-frequency and radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. In particular, she is involved in several case-control and cohort studies evaluating neurodevelopment and sleep in children in the ABCD cohort (Amsterdam Born Children and their Development) and GERoNiMO project, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s or ALS in the NOCCA (Nordic Occupational Cancer Study) and SNC (Swiss National Cohort) studies and on electromagnetic hypersensitivity. She is co-PI of the ongoing longitudinal study AMIGO. She is a member of the Dutch Health council, and the Scientific Council for Electromagnetic fields of the Swedish Radiation Safety Authority (SSM). Anke Huss joined the main Commission in May 2020.


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