Anne-Claire Binter did her PhD on Public health and Statistics at the Research Institute on Environmental and Occupational Health (Inserm-Irset) in Rennes (France). She worked on the effects of prenatal exposure to neurotoxicants (glycol ethers and organophosphate pesticides) on the child's brain function evaluated by cerebral imaging.
She has joined ISGlobal in 2020 as a postdoctoral researcher, investigating the effects of the early-life urban exposome on child's brain development within the HELIX cohorts.
Lines of Research
- Child health
- Urban exposome
- Cerebral imaging
- Binter A-C., Bannier E., Saint-Amour D., Simon G., Ferré J-C., Barillot C., Monfort C., Cordier S., Chevrier C., Pelé F., Prenatal exposure to glycol ethers and motor inhibition function evaluated by functional MRI at the age of 10 to 12 years in the PELAGIE mother-child cohort. Environ Int. sep 2019;133:105163.
- Beranger R., Hardy E., Binter A-C. et al., Multiple pesticides in mothers’ hair samples and children’s measurements at birth: results from the French national birth cohort (ELFE). International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health. nov 2019,223:22-23.
- Warembourg C.*, Binter A-C.* et al., Prenatal exposure to glycol ethers and sex steroid hormones at birth. Environ Int. apr 2018;113:66-73.