5 years post-doctoral experience, with Marie Curie fellowship.
>2000 h of teaching at university level.
15 peer reviewed international publications and 20 first authored communications mostly in international conferences.
308 citations, H-index 9.
I am experienced in environmental contamination of air, soils and river sediments related to metal processing activities on several well-known case-study sites such as MetalEurop(Noyelles-Godault, France) and UMICORE (Viviez, France).
I currently undertake research projects linking human biomonitoring with mineralogy, geochemistry, exposure (i.e. intake of soils and vegetables) and health risk assessment for a case study targeting a population highly exposed to heavy metals from contaminated soils in Liège, Wallonia. I am also advising the walloon government with respect to health risks assessment to inorganic and organic trace contaminants and responsible for revising soil standards values for the new walloon soil decree.
Jérôme C.J. PETIT, Ph.D
Research & Development in environmental geochemistry
Research Associate for Health and Environment unit at ISSeP
Associate Editor for Chemie der Erde / Geochemistry