PFASology is a science podcast covering the different disciplines of PFAS research. It is created by the 15 early-stage researchers (ESRs) within PERFORCE3. Over the course of the series, the ESRs will discuss the challenges and solutions associated with the global occurrence of PFAS.
Episode 5: PFAS in our Blood
In the Arctic, during the dark season, a traditional Norwegian dish made of cod provides a good supplement of vitamin D but can also be a source of exposure to PFAS. PFAS contamination is not limited to
the areas where these chemicals are produced but is spread all over the world. In this episode we speak with Lara Cioni about her research on PFAS in the blood of people living in Arctic Norway.
Listen to the podcast below or on Spotify here.