Exponent Principal Scientist Named SETAC Fellow

November 10, 2015

Bill Goodfellow, Exponent Principal Scientist, was recently named a Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Fellow. The SETAC Fellows Award was created as a means of recognizing the longer-term and significant scientific and science policy contributions of SETAC members. The identification and appointment of SETAC Fellows is intended to provide additional recognition of excellence and contributions of SETAC members to the sciences embraced by SETAC including ecotoxicology, environmental chemistry, risk assessment and life cycle assessment, while allowing more balance in representation. The hallmark of a SETAC Fellow is leadership within the professional and scientific arenas.

Only 45 Fellows have been named by SETAC.

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