President-Elect - Corinne Mandin
Head of unit, Exposure assessment and IAQ
Scientific and technical center for building (CSTB), Paris-Est University
Paris, France Biography
Dr. Corinne Mandin earned her PhD in environmental chemistry from the University of Rennes, France. Previously she received a MSc from the ENSCM in organic chemistry and a MSc from Mines ParisTech in environmental engineering. She has been working on human exposure to chemicals in indoor environments, first at INERIS (French national institute for industrial environment and risks) for 8 years, and now at CSTB (French scientific and technical center for building) that she joined in 2009.
She leads the French Indoor Air Quality Observatory, created by the French government in 2001 to carry out nationwide surveys on indoor air quality (IAQ) in buildings. Her research interests include human exposure to volatile and semi-volatile organic compounds, particles and fibers, especially in dwellings, schools and office buildings.
She is a member of the “expert committee related to air” at the French Agency for environmental health and she previously chaired the “IAQ guidelines expert committee” from 2009 to 2013. She collaborates with the World Health Organization and the European Joint Research Center. She was involved in several EU research projects (SINPHONIE, OFFICAIR, ALDREN). After having been the Vice-President for Research, she is now the President-Elect of the International Society for Indoor Air Quality (ISIAQ).