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Jana Klanova

National Node Contact Point


National Node Members

RECETOX | MASARYK UNIVERSITY (national coordinator)
Global Exposomics & Biomonitoring

Benedikt Warth is a professor at the University of Vienna, where he founded the „Global Exposomics and Biomonitoring Working Group“ in 2017. Before returning to Austria, he was an Erwin-Schrödinger fellow at The Scripps Research Institute in San Diego, California, where he developed and applied novel metabolomics technology to research questions in the field of cancer research and systems toxicology. His research focus is in the area of omics-scale exposure assessment and analytical food chemistry to better understand the in vivo and in vitro effects of environmental and food contaminants.

Metabolomics, Lipidomics, & Metallomics

Gunda Koellensperger is an analytical chemist focusing on method development in mass spectrometry. Her expertise covers elemental/metal trace analysis, metabolomics and lipidomics and her research focuses on the development of quantification strategies and new streamlined high throughput workflows enabling both absolute quantification, i.e. targeted -omics as well as non-targeted -omics. More recently she got involved in single cell analysis by elemental imaging.

Scientific & Strategic Advisory Board

Exposome Austria established a Scientific & Strategic Advisory Board in May 2022 that meets annually and oversees the national RIs development and activities. It involves global research, industry, and opinion leaders who support EIRENE and particularly the Austrian National Node. Apart from the annual board meetings, all members agreed on being consulted on an ‘as needed basis’, especially in the framework of strategic long-term decisions, global harmonization efforts, and political/stakeholder engagement.

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