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Dr Anne Sleeuwenhoek

Anne is a Research Scientist working in the Exposure Science Section of our Research Division. She has almost 15 years’ experience working in exposure assessment. Recent work at the IOM has involved exposure assessment relating to the tetrafluoroethylene industry. She is currently involved in exposure assessment in a study to investigate whether exposure to lead is associated with and increases risk of certain types of cancer mortality.

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Qualifications:

  • BSc (Hons) Mathematics and Biology
  • MPhil Mathematical Modelling
  • PhD Medicine
  • MSc Occupational Hygiene

 Research Interests:

  • Exposure Assessment

 

Selected Publications:

Galea KS, McGonagle C, Sleeuwenhoek A, Todd D, Sanchez Jimenez A. (2014). Validation and Comparison of Two Sampling Methods to Assess Dermal Exposure to Drilling Fluids and Crude Oil. Annals of Occupational Hygiene; 5th March 2014 (epub ahead of print).

McElvenny DM, Miller BG, MacCalman LA, Sleeuwenhoek A, van Tongeren M, Shepherd K, Darnton AJ, Cherrie JW. (2015). Mortality of a cohort of workers in Great Britain with blood lead measurements. Occupational and Environmental Medicine; 14th April. (Epub ahead of print)

Filon FL, Bello D, Cherrie JW, Sleeuwenhoek A, Spaan S, Brouwer DH. (2016). Occupational dermal exposure to nanoparticles and nano-enabled products: Part I. Factors affecting skin absorption, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 27th May (epub).

Brouwer DH, Spaan S, Roff M, Sleeuwenhoek A, Tuinman I, Goede G, van Duuren-StuurmanB, Filon FL, Bello D, Cherrie JW. (2016). Occupational dermal exposure to nanoparticles and nano-enabled products: Part 2. exploration of exposure processes and methods of assessment, International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. 22nd May (epub).

McElvenny DM, MacCalman LA, Sleeuwenhoek A, Davis A, Miller BG, Alexander C,Cowie H, Cherrie JW, Kennedy KJ, Esmen NA, Zimmerman SD, Buchanich JM, Marsh GM. (2017). Mortality Among Hardmetal Production Workers: UK Cohort and Nested Case-Control Studies. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 10th July (epub ahead of print)