Dr.Kannnan Krishnan is Professor of Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of Montreal, Canada. He is internationally recognized for his expertise in areas of mixtures toxicology, health risk assessment methods and PBPK (physiologically-based pharmacokinetic) modeling. He has served on a number of expert advisory committees and as a peer reviewer for various agencies including IARC, WHO, FAO-UN, U.S.EPA, U.S.D.A., SOT (Risk assessment, mixtures and biological modeling sections), and U.S. NAS/NRC. He has also been on the editorial boards of the Journal of Toxicology, Journal of Applied Toxicology, Toxicological Sciences, Journal of Child Health, and International Journal of Toxicology; Kannan and his research trainees have received a number of awards for their contributions; notably, the Veylian Henderson Award for significant contributions to toxicology in Canada (2000) and the SOT Board of Publications Award (2003) for the best publication (focusing on PBPK modeling of worker exposure to solvent mixtures and development of an original risk assessment based on PBPK modeling results).
- Krishnan, K. et Andersen, M.E. (eds)., Quantitative Modeling in Toxicology. John Wiley Publishers, UK.
- Krishnan, K. et Boyd, J. (2009). Toxicology of Chemical Mixtures. Dans: General and Applied Toxicology, 3rd Edition (Ballentyne, B., Marrs, T.C. et Syversen, T. eds), Wiley & Sons. (sous presse).
- Krishnan, K. et Carrier, R. (2008). Exposure source and multiroute exposure considerations for the risk assessment of drinking water contaminants. Dans: Health risk assessment of drinking water contaminants. (R Howd et C Fan Eds.) John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, N.J. pages 67-90.
- Aylward, L.L., Hays, S.M., Gagné, M. et Krishnan, K. (2009). Derivation of Biomonitoring equivalents for di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (CAS No. 117-81-7). Regul Toxicol. Pharmacol. 55:249-58.
- Kamgang, E., Peyret, T., et Krishnan, K. (2008) An integrated QSPR-PBPK modelling approach for in vitro-in vivo extrapolation of pharmacokinetics in rats. SAR QSAR Environ Res. 19:669-80.