Doctoral StudentDepartment of Biological & Environmental
About Lina Birgersson
My Research I will be conducting research on mechanisms of toxicity of endocrine disruptive chemicals (EDCs) in single and mixtures. The research is a part of the EDC-MixRisk project, a laerge interdisciplinary EU- Horizon2020 project about EDCs and mixture toxicity. EDCs will be tested in fish models and the transgenerational effects of these exposures will be studied using epigenetic tools in collaboration with Dr. Joëlle Rüegg at SWETOX (the Swedish Toxicology Sciences Research Center).
My main supervisor is Dr. Joachim Sturve, and my co-supervisors are Dr. Bethanie Carney Almroth and Dr. Elisabeth Jönsson Bergman. I am a member of the Fish Ecotoxicology group at the department of Biological and Environmental Sciences.
TEACHING PRACTICES IN SCIENCE EDUCATION RELATED TO CHEMICAL USAGE, THEIR HAZARDS AND
Assessing the effects of textile leachates in fish using multiple testing methods: From gene expression to
Bethanie Carney Almroth, Josefine Cartine, Christina Jönander, Max Karlsson, Julie Langlois, Matilda Lindström, Jakob Lundin, Nina Melander, Argus Pesqueda, Ida Rahmqvist, Juliette Renaux, Josefin Roos, Francis Spilsbury, Joel Svalin, Hanne Vestlund, Liqian Zhao, Noomi Asker, Giedrė Ašmonaitė, Lina Birgersson, Tahereh Boloori, Frida Book, Tobias Lammel, Joachim Sturve
Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety - 2020-01-01
Understanding the gastrointestinal physiology and responses to feeding in air-breathing Anabantiform
H. R. Goodrich, M. Bayley, Lina Birgersson, W. G. Davison, O. E. Johannsson, A. B. Kim, P. L. My, T. H. Tinh, P. N. Thanh, H. T. Thanh, C. M. Wood
Journal of Fish Biology - 2020-01-01
Sand goby - an ecologically relevant species for behavioural