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  • Начал работать в НИУ ВШЭ в 2019 году.

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Education

 

University of Oslo, Department of Chemistry

Academic degree: Candidatus realium, (cand. real), Analytical Chemistry, 1973
Academic title: Candidatus realium: Measurements of rubidium and cesium in silicate rocks by solid sampling atomic absorption  spectrometry.

Professional Career

 

Yngvar Thomassen's academic training (cand. real) was obtained in the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Oslo from where he graduated in 1973. He spent one year at the Norwegian Defense Institute before taking a post research associate position at the Department of Analytical Chemistry at the University of Oslo, where he conducted research for 2 1/2 years. In 1978 he visited The University of Toronto, Department of Environmental Studies and Geology, for one year with a Royal Norwegian grant (visiting scientist).

He is currently Research Director Emeritus, Department of Chemical and Biological Work Environment, National Institute of Occupational Health in Oslo where he has spent 42 years of his professional life.

He is also appointed from 2004 as a professor in environmental chemistry, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences outside Oslo.

Thomassen is the author or co-author of 190 scientific publications, the majority focusing on atomic spectrometry and other spectrometric methods for the determination of essential and toxic elements with special emphasis on electrothermal atomic absorption spectrometry. In recent years more focus has been given to other spectrometric methods as inductively coupled plasma atomic emission and mass spectrometry. His main scientific activity during the last ten years has been in the field of environmental and occupational exposure characterisation and assessment in human health studies.

Thomassen has initiated and organised a large number of national, nordic and international conferences on topics dealing with analytical chemistry, atomic spectroscopy and environmental and biological issues;

Nordic Trace Elements in Human Health and Disease, 1985 (Norway), 1994 (Norway), 2013 (Norway)

Colloquium Spectroscopicum Internationale, 1991 (Norway), 2013(Norway)

Modern Principles of Air Monitoring, including Biomonitoring, 1993 (Norway), 1996 (Sweden), 1999 (Norway), 2002(Norway), 2005(Norway), 2008(Norway), 2011(Norway),

Nordic Environmental Chemistry Conference, 2013 (Norway)

Environmental, Health and Safety Aspects Related to Production of Aluminium, 1994(Norway), 2001(Russia), 2007(Norway), 2014 (Canada)

Speciation of Elements in Biological, Environmental and Toxicological Sciences, 1991 (Norway), 1994 (Norway), 1997 (Australia), 2000 (Canada), 2003(Turkey)

Environmental and Health Aspects of Mining, Refining and Related Industries, 2001 (South Africa), 2013 (South Africa)

European Winter Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry (2001) Norway

Nordic Conference on Plasma Spectrochemistry, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018 (all in Norway).

Professor Thomassen has given over 280 presentations on various aspects of his research, of which 110 were invited lectures at major conferences and symposia. In the period 1983-91 he was a member of the Commission on Toxicology, International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (titular) member from 1986, where he initiated the development of human body fluids as quality assurance materials for the measurement of minor, trace and ultra-trace elements and organic metabolites.From 2011-2014 he served as a titular member in the Analytical Chemistry Division.

 

Grants and awards

 

For the life-long major contribution to analytical sciences in 2013 professor Thomassen was awarded Analytical Chemistry Honorary Award by the Norwegian Chemical Society.

Membership in Scientific Societies

Norwegian Chemical Society

Публикации2

Total number of research works published in periodicals referenced in the “Web of Science” and Google Scholar databases: 195

2017

1. Berg, Vivian; Nøst, Therese Haugdahl; Skeie, Guri; Thomassen, Yngvar; Berlinger, Balazs; Veyhe, Anna Sofia; Jorde, Rolf; Odland, Jon Øyvind; Hansen, Solrunn.

Thyroid homeostasis in mother-child pairs in relation to maternal iodine status: The MISA study. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 2017 ;Volum 71.(8) s. 1002-1007

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2. Ervik, Torunn Kringlen; Benker, Nathalie; Weinbruch, Stephan; Thomassen, Yngvar, et al.

Phase identification of individual crystalline particles by combining EDX and EBSD: application to workplace aerosols,

ANALYTICAL AND BIOANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, Volum: 410   Issue: 11  Pp.: 2711-2721              

           

3. Kirkhus, Niels E.; Skare, Oivind; Ulvestad, Bente; Thomassen, Yngvar, et al.

Pulmonary function and high-resolution computed tomography examinations among offshore drill floor workers.

INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,

Volum: 91, Issue: 3, Pp.: 317-326  

           

4. Dartey, Emmanuel; Berlinger, Balazs; Weinbruch, Stephan; Thomassen, Yngvar; Odland, Jon Øyvind; Brox, Jan; Nartey, Vincent K.; Yeboah, Francis A.; Ellingsen, Dag.

Essential and non-essential trace elements among working populations in Ghana. Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology 2017; Volum 44. s. 279-287

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5. Jankowski, Mikolaj Jan; Olsen, Raymond; Nielsen, Claus Jorgen; Thomassen, Yngvar, et al.

The applicability of proton transfer reaction-mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) for determination of isocyanic acid (ICA) in work room atmospheres.

Environmental Science – Processes and Impacts, Volum 16, pp. 2014-2423.         

           

6. Jankowski, Mikolaj Jan; Olsen, Raymond; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

The stability and generation pattern of thermally formed isocyanic acid (ICA) in air potential and limitations of proton transfer reaction-mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) for real-time workroom atmosphere measurements.

Environmental Science – Processes and Impacts, Volum 18, p. 810.

           

7. Jankowski, Mikolaj Jan; Olsen, Raymond; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

Comparison of air samplers for determination of isocyanic acid and applicability for work environment exposure assessment.

Environmental Science – Processes and Impacts, Volum 19, p. 1075.         

           

8. Ellingsen, Dag G.; Seljeflot, Ingebjorg; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

Biomarkers of endothelial activation and thrombosis in tunnel construction workers exposed to airborne contaminants.

INTERNATIONAL ARCHIVES OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH,

Volum: 90, issue: 4, pp.: 309-317

           

9. Dartey, Emmanuel; Berlinger, Balazs; Weinbruch, Stephan; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

Essential and non-essential trace elements among working populations in Ghana.

JOURNAL OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY, Volum: 44, pp.: 279-287  

           

10. Ellingsen, Dag G.; Chashchin, Maxim; Berlinger, Balazs; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

Biological monitoring of welders' exposure to chromium, molybdenum, tungsten and vanadium.

JOURNAL OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN MEDICINE AND BIOLOGY. Volum: 41,  pp.: 99-106

 

2016

11. Nordby, Karl-Christian; Noto, Hilde; Eduard, Wijnand; Thomassen, Yngvar et al.

Thoracic dust exposure is associated with lung function decline in cement production workers.

EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL, Volum: 48, Issue: 2, pp..: 331-339  

 

12. Jankowski, Mikolaj Jan; Olsen, Raymond; Thomassen Yngvar et al.

The stability and generation pattern of thermally formed isocyanic acid (ICA) in air - potential and limitations of proton transfer reaction-mass spectrometry (PTR-MS) for real-time workroom atmosphere measurements. Environmental Science – Processes and Impacts, Volum 18, issue 7, pp. 810-818.

 

2015

13. Küpper, Miriam; Weinbruch, Stephan; Skaug, Vidar; Skogstad, Asbjørn; Thornér, Elin Einarsdóttir; Benker, Nathalie; Ebert, Martin; Chashchin, Valery; Thomassen, Yngvar.

Electron microscopy of particles deposited in the lungs of nickel refinery workers. Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 2015 ;Volum 407.(21) s. 6435-6445

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14. Dag Ellingsen, Maxim Chashchin, Rita Bast-Pedersen, Evgenij Zibarev, Yngvar Thomassen, Valerii Chashchin.

A follow-up study of neurobehavioral  functions in welders exposed to manganese. Neurotoxicology 47 p. 8-16. Indexing. ISSN • 0161-813X

 

15. Veyhe, Anna Sofia; Hofoss, Dag; Hansen, Solrunn; Thomassen, Yngvar; Sandanger, Torkjel M; Odland, Jon Øyvind; Nieboer, Evert.

The Northern Norway Mother-and-Child Contaminant Cohort (MISA) Study: PCA analyses of environmental contaminants in maternal sera and dietary intake in early pregnancy. International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health 2015 ;Volum 218.(2) s. 254-264

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16. Ellingsen, Dag G.; Chashchin, Maxim; Bast-Pettersen, Rita; Thomassen, Yngvar et al. A follow-up study of neurobehavioral functions in welders exposed to manganese.

NEUROTOXICOLOGY, Volum: 47 , pp.: 8-16 

 

2014

17. Ellingsen D.,  Chashchin M., Bast-Pettersen R,   Zibarev E., , Chashchin V., Thomassen Y.

The interaction between manganese exposure and alcohol on neurobehavioral outcomes in welders.

Neurotoxicology and Teratology, Volume 41, P. 8–15 ISSN • 0892-0362

 

18. Ellingsen D.,  Chashchin M., Berlinger B.,     Konz T.,  Zibarev E., Aaseth J., Chashchin V., Thomassen Y.

Biomarkers of iron status and trace elements in welders.

Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology, Volume 28, Issue 3, P. 271–277 ISSN: 0946-672X

 

19. Dartey, Emmanuel; Berlinger, Balazs; Thomassen, Yngvar; Ellingsen, Dag; Odland, Jon Øyvind; Nartey, Vincent K.; Yeboah, Francis A.; Weinbruch, Stephan.

Bioaccessibility of lead in airborne particulates from car battery repair work. Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts 2014 ;Volum 16.(12) s. 2782-2788

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2013

20. Dag Ellingsen, Evgenij Zibarev, Zarina Kusraeva, Balazs Berlinger, Maxim Chashchin, Rita Bast-Pedersen,Valery Chashchin, Yngvar Thomassen.

The bioavailabilty of manganese in welders in relation to its solubility in welding fumes.

Journal of Environmental Science Processes and Impacts  15, 357-365, ISSN: 2050-7887

 

21. Birgisdottir BE, Knutsen HK, Haugen M, Gjelstad IM, Jenssen MT, Ellingsen DG, Thomassen Y., Alexander J, Meltzer HM, Brantsæter AL.

Essential and toxic element concentrations in blood and urine and their associations with diet: results from a Norwegian population study including high-consumers of seafood and game.

Sciences of Total Environment, 1;463- 64: 836-44

 

22. Dag Ellingsen, Evgenij Zibarev, Zarina Kusraeva, Balazs Berlinger, Maxim Chashchin, Rita Bast-Pedersen,Valery Chashchin, Yngvar Thomassen.

The bioavailabilty of manganese in welders in relation to its solubility in welding fumes.

Journal of Environmental Science Processes and Impacts  15, 357-365, ISSN: 2050-7887

 

2012

23. Jenssen MT, Brantsæter AL, Haugen M, Meltzer HM, Larssen T, Kvalem HE, Birgisdottir BE, Thomassen Y, Ellingsen D, Alexander J, Knutsen HK.

Dietary mercury exposure in a population with a wide range of fish consumption--self-capture of fish and regional differences are important determinants of mercury in blood.

Sciences of Total Environment, 15;439:220-9

 

2011

24. Hansen, Solrunn; Nieboer, Evert; Sandanger, Torkjel Manning; Wilsgaard, Tom; Thomassen, Yngvar; Veyhe, Anna Sofia; Odland, jon Øyvind.

Changes in maternal blood concentrations of selected essential and toxic elements during and after pregnancy. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2011 ;Volum 13.(8) s. 2143-2152

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2009

25. Rollin, HB; Rudge, Cibele Vicira Cunha; Thomassen, Y.; Mathee, A; Odland, Jon Øyvind.

Levels of toxic and essential metals in maternal and umbilical cord blood from selected areas of South Africa-results of a pilot study. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2009; Volum 11. (3) s. 618-627

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26. Rudge, Cibele Vicira Cunha; Rollin, HB; Nogueira, Claudina; Thomassen, Y.; Rudge, Marilza; Odland, jon Øyvind.

The placenta as a barrier for toxic and essential elements in paired maternal and cord blood samples of South African delivering women. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2009; Volum 11.(7) s. 1322-1330

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2007

27. Anda, Erik eik; Nieboer, Evert; Dudarev, A; Sandanger, Torkjel Manning; Odland, Jon Øyvind.

PTS assessment in different body tissues: Reliability and employment of sampling, laboratory, and statistical methods. Epidemiology 2007; Volum 18. s. S35-S35 UiT

 

28. Nieboer, Evert; Thomassen, Y.; Romanova, Natalya; Nikonov, A; Odland, jon Øyvind; Chaschin, V.

Multi-component assessment of worker exposures in a copper refinery. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2007; Volum 9. s. 695-700 UiT

 

2006

29. Vaktskjold, Arild; Talykova, L.; Chashchin, V; Nieboer, Evert; Thomassen, Y.; Odland, Jon Øyvind.

Genital malformations in newborns of female nickel-refinery workers. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health 2006; Volum 32. UiT

 

2005

30. Niebor, Evert; Thomassen, Yngvar; Chashschin, Valery; Odland, Jon Øyvind.

Occupational exposure assessment of metals. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 2005; Volum 7.(5) s. 412-415 UiT

 

2004

31. Odland, Jon Øyvind; Nieboer, Evert; Romanova, N.; Thomassen, Y,.

Elements in placenta and pregnancy outcome in arctic and subarctic areas. International Journal of Circumpolar Health 2004; Volum 63. s. 169-187

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Books:

1. Book Chapters:

I. Martinsen and Y. Thomassen: The application of atomic spectroscopy in the control of industrial exposure to toxic elements in : Chemical Toxicology and Clinical Chemistry of Metals, Eds: Stranley S. Brown and John Savory, AcademicPress 1983, ISBN 0-12-137520-X

 

2. Book Reviews in International Academic Journals:

Professor Thomassen has served on the Editorial Boards of The Analyst, Analytical Communication and Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health, Journal of Environmental Monitoring, Journal of Trace Elements in Medicine and Biology and  Environmental Science: Processes & Impacts and serves on ARTIC Ecology and Economy

 

9.         Other International Publications:

The Nordic Expert Group for Criteria Documentation of Health Risks from Chemicals and the Dutch Expert Committee on Occupational Standards:

Jan Aaseth and Yngvar Thomassen: No 73: Arsin, 1986

Bente Westrum and Yngvar Thomassen:  No 130: Tin and inorganic tin compounds, 2002

 

 

Experience in training doctors and candidates of sciences

1.         Gunnar Weibust         Matrix modification for measurement of Te by ETAAS      Cand. Scient  University of Oslo      1980

2.         Khalid Saeed  Determination of selenium in biological samples by ETAAS          Dr. science (PhD) University of Oslo      1982

3.         Oddvar Røyset           Sampling  and analysis of alkylated lead compounds in air Cand. Scient  University of Oslo      1983

4.         Siri Hetland    Sampling and measurements of metal carbonyls in air         Cand. Scient            University of Oslo      1990

5.         Nils Petter Skaugset   Mechanisms of permanent Ir modifier in ETAAS    Cand. Scient            University of Oslo      1996

6.         Berit Bakke    Sampling and measurements of

mercury compounds in natural gas    Cand. Scient   University of Oslo      1996

7.         Hien Pham      Development of a

Zeeman based Hg- spectrometer       Cand. Scient   University of Oslo      1998

8.         Lars Jordbekken         Sampling and analyses og inorganic gases in workroom air Cand. Scient  University of Oslo      2002

9.         Nils Petter Skaugset   Sampling, measurement and characterisation of workroom air contaminants in Al smelters   Dr. of science (PhD)  Norwegian University of Life Sciences            2015

10.       Eirik Aas         Chemical work environment when managing and recycling waste electrical and electronic equipment       Cand. Scient   Norwegian University of Life Sciences        2015

11.       Anders Myhre Brakestad       Characterization of workplace aerosols in the manganese alloy production industry by X-ray diffraction, inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry, and anion chromatography     Cand. Scient   Norwegian University of

LiLife Sciences          2015

12.       Camilla Risa Haugstad          Determination of elements and anions in drinking-water and urine among Saharawi refugees - An assessment of drinking-water quality and level of exposure in urine    Cand. scient.   Norwegian University of Life Sciences        2015

13.       Mikolaj Jankowski     Isocyanic acid – methodologies for generation, sampling and measurements in workroom air. Dr. of Science (PhD)         Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2018

 

Гранты

For the life-long major contribution to analytical sciences in 2013 professor Thomassen was awarded Analytical Chemistry Honorary Award by the Norwegian Chemical Society.


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