Affiliated to Research
Visiting address: Nobels väg 13, 17177 Stockholm
Postal address: C6 Institutet för miljömedicin, C6 Systemtoxikologi Vincent, 171 77 Stockholm
- Dennis Lindqvist has a degree in chemical engineering (with focus on
analytical chemistry) from Uppsala University and a Ph.D. in environmental
chemistry from Stockholm University. He works as a researcher and divides his
time between his home university Stockholm University (Department of
environmental Science) and Karolinska Institute (Institute of environmental
medicine) where he is affiliated.
- My research is largely focused on the health of wildlife in the Baltic Sea,
particularly that of fish. I have a specific interest in phytochemicals of
environmental concern in the Baltic Sea, both the good, such as vitamins
(specifically thiamine), and the bad, such as algae toxins (particularly
hydroxylated polybrominated diphenyl ethers). I develop analytical methods,
study transport and transformation of chemicals in nature, conduct exposure
monitoring, and toxicity testing of chemicals.
My current research at KI is related to mixture toxicity (of both natural and
anthropogenic compounds) using zebrafish embryo models. The project is
focused on effects on the immune system with the goal to further our
understanding of how exposure to chemical mixtures can adversely affect the
immune system of fish in Baltic Sea.
- Affiliated to Research, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, 2024-2024
- Affiliated to Research, Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institutet, 2020-2023