Greet Schoeters is program manager of environmental health at VITO (The Flemish Institute for Technological Research) and professor at the department of biomedical sciences of the University of Antwerp where she coordinates a master’s program on environment and health. She coordinates the Flemish human biomonitoring study (FLEHS) of the Flemish ministries of Environment and Health (2002-2015) and participates in the EU ESBIO and EU COPHES project to prepare a European human biomonitoring program. She is committed to initiatives for accelerating the transition to a toxicity pathway-based paradigm for chemical safety assessment and was president of the European Society for Toxicology in Vitro (2008-2012). She was member of the CONTAM panel of the European Food Safety Agency (2003-2006). She is author and co-author of more than 150 manuscripts in peer reviewed journals. She participates in several EU framework programs in the areas of FOOD: effects of prenatal exposure to food contaminants (EU-ATHON and EU-OBELIX) , ENVIRONMENT: use of biomonitoring for health impact assessment (EU-INTARESE) and CEFIC-LRI. She is member of the Scientific Committee of the European Environment Agency and of the European Scientific Committee of Health and Environmental Risks (SCHER).