Ulla Hass

Ulla Hass

Emerita, Professor

NATIONAL FOOD INSTITUTE
National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark

Research Group for Molecular and Reproductive Toxicology

Technical University of Denmark

Kemitorvet

Building 202, room 5213

2800 Kgs. Lyngby

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2019
26 FEB

Do risk assessments of endocrine disruptors provide sufficient protection?

Risk assessments of endocrine disruptors should take better account of uncertainties relating to harmful effects to ensure the risk is not underestimated.  

Food safety Health and diseases
2018
31 OCT

Nine ”new” endocrine disrupting chemicals identified

Researchers from the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Southern Denmark have established that there is solid scientific evidence that nine ”new” chemical substances are endocrine disruptors.

Food safety Health and diseases
2016
05 JUL

Special topic portal on chemicals’ harmful effects

Research carried out by the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, into the many thousands of chemical substances that people may be exposed, is contributing to a paradigm shift in risk assessment: Instead of evaluating the substances’ potential harmful effects individually, the research shows the need to look at the...

Food, fish and agriculture Food safety Health and diseases
18 APR

Bisphenol A in low doses can affect the reproductive system and behaviour

If rats are exposed to bisphenol A in low doses during early development it can lead to reduced sperm count, obesity and changes to breast development and behaviour. These are some of the findings of a new study from the National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark. The results support previous animal studies, which have shown...

Food safety Health and diseases
2015
15 SEP

Endocrine disrupters can affect breast development

Studies in rats indicate that endocrine disrupters can affect breast development in humans. Their effect on breast development can however be overlooked by current methods for safety testing for endocrine disrupting effects of chemicals. These are some of the findings from a PhD project from the National Food Institute, Technical University...

Food safety Health and diseases