Nathalie Delrue

Administrator of the Test Guidelines Programme (OECD)

Nathalie Delrue is an Administrator of the Test Guidelines Programme at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). She joined the OECD Secretariat in 2006 and is coordinating the development o new or updated Test Guidelines related to human health, in several fields such as skin sensitisation, genotoxicity and carcinogenicity. She is also in charge of the management of the Adverse Outcome Pathway development programme, initiated at OECD in 2012. Before joining the OECD she worked in the Toxicological Expertise Unit of the Chronic Risk Direction at INERIS
(French Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks).  She was in charge of
hazard identification / risk assessment for human health in various international chemical programmes (EU, OECD). She holds a Doctorate degree in pharmaceutical sciences from University René Descartes (Paris V) and two Master’s degrees, one in Biological and Medical Science (Paris V) and one in Water, Health and Environment (Bordeaux 2).