Jonathan Chevrier, Ph.D.


Jonathan Chevrier, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
McGill University, Department of Epidemiology, Biostatistics and Occupational Health
Human studies; PBDE flame retardants; PCBs; Pesticides; DDT; Thyroid hormone; Neurodevelopment; Biostatistics; Endocrine disruption; Bisphenol A

jonathan.chevrier@mcgill.ca


Jonathan Chevrier, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology at McGill University in Montreal, Canada with expertise in biostatistics, toxicology and endocrinology. He uses both traditional and novel computer-based statistical techniques to study the effect of environmental exposures (such as PCBs, dioxins, flame retardants, bisphenol A and pesticides including DDT) and work-related chemical exposures (such as lubricants used during the manufacture of metal parts) on child development, thyroid function and mortality. See his research website for more details.