Martin Röösli is Professor for environmental epidemiology at the Swiss Tropical- and Public Health Institute in Basel and leads the Environmental Exposures and Health Unit. He has a background in atmospheric physics and a PhD in environmental epidemiology. His research focuses on various environmental topics. In the field of non-ionizing radiation he conducted several exposure assessment and epidemiological studies on the health effects of electromagnetic fields including population based studies dealing with cancer, neurodegenerative diseases and non-specific symptoms of ill health and an occupational study of railway workers. He is a member in various national and international commissions on environmental health research including BERENIS, advisory group of COSMOS and the Scientific Council of the IARC. He has published numerous scientific papers, reviews and book chapters. Dr Röösli started to serve the ICNIRP Commission in 2016.
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