Professor of Biochemistry at Université de Paris Cité and Head of the INSERM unit T3S : “Toxicology, Therapeutic Targets, cellular Signaling and Biomarkers”. Head of heads the clinical metabolomics and proteomic biochemistry laboratory at the Necker Enfants Malades Hospital
Institution: Université Paris Cité, INSERM unit T3S, Necker Enfants Malades Hospital
Biography of Robert BAROUKI
Robert Barouki, MD, PhD, is Professor of Biochemistry at Université Paris Cité and head of the Inserm unit T3S: “Toxicology, Therapeutic Targets, cellular Signaling and Biomarkers”. He also heads the clinical metabolomics and proteomic biochemistry laboratory at the Necker Enfants malades hospital.
His research is focused on the impact of environmental contaminants on human health, in particular POPs and EDCs and more generally a-on the links between the exposome and health.
He is involved in several EU projects: HBM4EU and PARC (linking exposure to health), Heals and Neurosome (exposome), HERA (setting the research agenda in environment and health) and Oberon (EDC testing).
He has also been involved in the networking of French and European research in the field of environment and health as well as in communicating scientific data to citizens.