Christina Rudén

Room: X517
Phone: +46 8 674 7338

Regulatory ecotoxicology and toxicology

I am a professor in Regulatory ecotoxicology and toxicology at the Department of Applied Environmental Science (ITM), at Stockholm University in Stockholm, Sweden. My main research interest is in chemicals risk management in particular regulatory risk identification and risk assessment.
Regulatory aspects of toxicology encompass the chain of activities from the generation of (eco)toxicological data, via the interpretation and evaluation of data in risk assessment to risk management decision making.
The overall objectives of my research are to improve the scientific basis of risk assessment and management and to strengthen the protection of human health and the environment against harmful effects of chemical substances.

Latest scientific papers

Transparency of chemical risk assessment data under REACH

Ellen Ingre-Khans; Marlene Ågerstrand; Anna Beronius; Christina Rudén
2016 | Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts (12)

Assessing the relevance of ecotoxicological studies for regulatory decision making

Christina Rudén; Julie Adams; Marlene Ågerstrand; Theo CM Brock; Veronique Poulsen; Christian E Schlekat; James R Wheeler; Tala R Henry
2016 | Integr Environ Assess Manag

Combining web‐based tools for transparent evaluation of data for risk assessment: developmental effects of bisphenol A on the mammary gland as a case study

Linda Molander; Annika Hanberg; Christina Rudén; Marlene Ågerstrand; Anna Beronius
2016 | J Appl Toxicol

A proposed framework for the systematic review and integrated assessment (SYRINA) of endocrine disrupting chemicals

Laura N Vandenberg; Marlene Ågerstrand; Anna Beronius; Claire Beausoleil; Åke Bergman; Lisa A Bero; Carl-Gustaf Bornehag; C Scott Boyer; Glinda S Cooper; Ian Cotgreave; David Gee; Philippe Grandjean; Kathryn Z Guyton; Ulla Hass; Jerrold J Heindel; Susan Jobling; Karen A Kidd; Andreas Kortenkamp; Malcolm R Macleod; Olwenn V Martin; Ulf Norinder; Martin Scheringer; Kristina A Thayer; Jorma Toppari; Paul Whaley; Tracey J Woodruff; Christina Rudén
2016 | Environ Health | 15 (74) (1-19)

The dilemma in prioritizing chemicals for environmental analysis: known versus unknown hazards

2016 | Environ. Sci.: Processes Impacts

All publications

Exposure & Effects

Exposure and effects of chemical contaminants on living organisms.