Dorota Jarosinska, Dr ., Programme Manager: Environmental Exposures and Risks, WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Germany
Dorota Jarosinska MD, PhD is a specialist in public health with 25 years of experience in environmental health. At the WHO European Centre for Environment and Health in Bonn, she leads a programme on Environmental Exposures and Risks covering health aspects of air pollution, chemical safety, and noise. She completed a postgraduate training on Advanced Environmental Sanitation in the Netherlands, and a training in environmental health for physicians in Poland. She was a Fulbright scholar at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, US. She led the first unit of environmental medicine in Poland for ten years. For nine years, she worked at the European Environment Agency on environment and health issues. Authored several scientific papers and contributed to the reports by EEA, WHO, and UNEP, including Synthesis of the European Environment State and Outlook, and the EEA/JRC Environment and Health report. She is a Fellow of the Collegium Ramazzini.
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