Dr Christiaan van Netten is a Professor in toxicology at the Faculty of Medicine, School of Population and Public Health at the University of British Columbia. Dr van Netten’s research area is environmental toxicology with projects examining the use of electro-diagnostics to monitor worker exposure to agents that affect the peripheral nervous system. Professor van Netten has frequently found traces of the neurotoxin tri-cresyl-phosphate (TCP) in air samples taken on board various aircraft. He invented the only FAA approved air sampler, which was used in the air sampling for this production. he lives near Vancouver in Canada.
Testimony of toxicologist Prof. Dr. Christiaan van Netten of UBC in front of the Australian Senate 14/03/2000 by courtesy of Australian Senate Media Services