Dr Mousumi Chatterjee
Mousumi Chatterjee is a Daphne Jackson Fellow at Brunel University London in the Institute of Environment, Health and Societies (IEHS).
Mousumi is a biogeochemist having studied toxic metals and persistent organic pollutants in estuarine sediments during her doctoral and post‐doctoral work in India. With experience as a researcher and lecturer, and with many publications, she is returning to research after a five year break.
Her project is titled: Assessment of the risks from combined exposures to heavy metals and other compounds leading to developmental neurotoxicity
Due to finish in 2023, her Fellowship is sponsored by Brunel University London.
Read Mousumi’s blog for the 2021 International Day of Women and Girls in Science: