Tomas Hansson

Researcher
Room: X527
Phone: +4686747368
Mobile: +46705647852
Tomas.Hansson@aces.su.se

About me

Adverse biological effects of environmental pollutants, primarily on animals. Current research is focused mainly on thiamine deficiency in wildlife, such as birds, fish, mammals, and invertebrates. Specific qualifications include histology, histopathology, histochemistry, cytochemistry, data management, statistical analysis, and scientific writing.

Latest scientific papers

Thiamine deficiency impairs common eider (Somateria mollissima) reproduction in the field

Mörner, T.; Hansson, T.; Carlsson, L.; Berg, A.-L.; Ruiz Muñoz, Y.; Gustavsson, H.; Mattsson, R.; Balk, L.
2017 | Sci Rep | 7 (14451) (1-7)

Supporting variables for biological effects measurements in fish and blue mussel

Hansson, T.; Thain, J.; Martínez-Gómez, C.; Hylland, K.; Gubbins, M.; Balk, L.
2017 | ICES Techniques in Marine Environmental Sciences | 60 (1-22) | ISBN: 978-87-7482-200-4 | Report No: 60

Widespread episodic thiamine deficiency in Northern Hemisphere wildlife

Balk, L.; Hägerroth, P.-Å.; Gustavsson, H.; Sigg, L.; Åkerman, G.; Ruiz Muñoz, Y.; Honeyfield, D.C.; Tjärnlund, U.; Oliveira, K.; Ström, K.; McCormick, S.D.; Karlsson, S.; Ström, M.; van Manen, M.; Berg, A.-L.; Halldórsson, H.; Strömquist, J.; Collier, T.K.; Börjeson, H.; Mörner, T.; Hansson, T.
2016 | Sci Rep | 6 (38821) (1-13)

Pollutant concentrations and toxic effects on the red alga Ceramium tenuicorne of sediments from natural harbors and small vessel harbors on the west coast of Sweden

2016 | Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. | 70 (3) (583-594)

Biomarker investigations in adult female perch (Perca fluviatilis) from industrialised areas in northern Sweden in 2003

Hansson, T.; Hansen, W.; Tjärnlund, U.; Balk, L.; Bengtsson, B.-E.
2014 | Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. | 66 (237-247)

All publications

Exposure & Effects

Exposure and effects of chemical contaminants on living organisms.