Emma Innis

SAFENANO Scientist

Emma Innes is a Scientist for SAFENANO at the Institute of Occupational Medicine. Emma joined IOM in April 2017 upon graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a MChem (Hons) in Medicinal and Biological Chemistry.

Emma is involved in on-site exposure measurement and characterisation of nanomaterials for research projects and commercial clients. She is Coordinator of the IOM’s international asbestos proficiency testing scheme (AFRICA) and involved in the preparation of risk communication documents (e.g. Safety Data Sheets) as part of the IOM's broader chemical risk services. In addition, Emma is an Associate Editor for the SAFENANO website.

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    We have published over 2,500 articles and major pieces of project work. Today we are one of Europe’s principal work… https://t.co/t5Gc07YYP5
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  • IOMworld Posted: 17 days ago
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  • IOMworld Posted: 20 days ago
    Use your expert knowledge and be a part of ground-breaking research on developing innovative methods for working-li… https://t.co/FGcuKD0qHF
  • IOMworld Posted: 22 days ago
    Find out how you can help to advance occupational health science in a unique way to reduce the burden of disease. C… https://t.co/70Vl3Qv1EL
  • IOMworld Posted: 25 days ago
    We have published over 2,500 articles and major pieces of project work. Today we are one of Europe’s principal work… https://t.co/C2daujZVK7
  • IOMworld Posted: 25 days ago
    #NanoTox2021 is taking place online from 20th – 22nd April 2021 ➡️Nanotechnology ➡️ Hazard and risk assessment of n… https://t.co/JC30t6iKhf
  • IOMworld Posted: 26 days ago
    Talking about the physical and emotional aspects of working from home & how it impacts both organisations & humans… https://t.co/OYw7dsIvHF