To develop and apply novel analytical techniques that can be used to detect, identify and quantify a wide range of PFASs in human matrices and relevant exposure media, including total organofluorine approaches.
To clarify mechanistic events involved with metabolic outcomes that have been observed in experimental models following PFAS exposure and that are suspected to occur in human populations
Develop solutions to PFAS contamination, including (i) technologies to remove PFASs from contaminated waters and soils.
To provide a supra-disciplinary, well-structured research training programme focusing on human exposure to PFAS, its implications for public health and on solutions for PFAS contamination problems.
To promote and disseminate the results of PERFORCE3 as widely as possible to the scientific community, industry, global policy makers and regulatory agencies, and the general public.