Partner 15: Stichting Wageningen Research
Wageningen Food Safety Research (WFSR, 300 staff, until 01.06.2019 operating under the name RIKILT) is one of the research institutes of Stichting Wageningen Research (WR). Stichting Wageningen Research is part of Wageningen University and Research (WUR).
WFSR is a world-class institute in agrofood research. WFSR conducts high-quality and independent research through analyses, developing new methods, forensic and scientific research and risk analyses and assessments, mostly for the Dutch government. WFSR has an extensive analytical infrastructure and experience in the development and application of ultra-trace target and non-target analytical methods. It is part of the EU network for reference laboratories for pesticide residues in food and feed. WFSR is also part of EU-NETVAL (European Union Network of Laboratories for the Validation of Alternative Methods).
Role in the project
WR (WFSR) is partner in the project and involved in WP2 (task 2.2 – PPPs distribution and accumulation in ecosystems, plants, animals and humans), WP3 (task 3.4 – validate exposure estimates, using biomonitoring at CSS) & WP4 (Tasks 4.1-4.5 (eco)toxicology assessment). WR will be responsible for PPP residue analysis in human, animal, plant and environmental samples. In addition, WR will perform in-vitro metabolic clearance measurements, PBPK modelling, and in-vitro testing of (mixtures of ) compounds for toxic effects.
|Dr. Mol Senior Scientist (analytical chemistry) with >23 years of experience in pesticide residue analysis in food, environment and (human) biomonitoring. Highly experienced in advanced mass spectrometry-based analysis and analytical quality control.|
|Dr. Jonathan Diaz in an expert in analytical chemistry with experience on pesticides and mycotoxins determination in food and feed employing chromatographic techniques coupled to mass spectrometry.|
|Dr. Beekmann is toxicologist at WFSR, where he works on the development and application of animal-free new approach methodologies (in vitro and in silico) for the risk and safety assessment of food-relevant substances.|
|Dr. Lautz is a scientific researcher in toxicology. Her work focusses on the development and application of harmonized methodologies applied to human health and animal health of chemicals, integration of cellular (in vitro) methods and computational models with a particular emphasis on kinetics and metabolism.|
Dr. Janssen is scientist in the Toxicology group at WFSR and works on the development of new approach methodologies, with a particular focus on (complex) cellular model systems, molecular biology, and immunotoxicity.
|Dr. Noorlander is a scientist in the Toxicology group at WFSR with a particular focus on in vitro toxicokinetics and in silico physiologically based kinetic modelling.|
|Jansen-Holleboom is research technician in the Toxicology group at WFSR experienced in, among others, in vitro cell culturing, toxicokinetics and molecular biology.|
Stoopen is a project leader and senior research technician in the Toxicology group at WFSR experienced in, among others, in vitro cell culturing, toxicokinetics, and molecular biology.