Jane Staveley Named a SETAC Fellow

November 16, 2016

Ms. Jane Staveley was named a Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Fellow on November 6, 2016, at the 7th SETAC-World Congress and SETAC-North America 37th Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.

The SETAC Fellows Award was created to recognize members demonstrating significant long-term scientific or science policy contributions as well as service and leadership within SETAC. The identification and appointment of Fellow status is intended to provide additional recognition of excellence and contributions of SETAC members to ecotoxicology, environmental chemistry, risk assessment and life cycle assessment. The hallmark of a SETAC Fellow is leadership within the professional and scientific arenas as well as SETAC.  With the recent naming of this year's Fellow's, SETAC currently has 50 Fellows which represents less than 1% of the current membership.  Ms. Staveley represents the third Exponent staff member in receiving this honor.

Ms. Staveley is in Exponent's Ecological and Biological Science Practice. Her experience includes environmental toxicology, ecological risk assessment, and product stewardship.  She has extensive experience in ecotoxicology testing and risk assessment for pesticides, industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and effluents and risk assessment approaches developed under a variety of worldwide regulatory programs.  Ms. Staveley is a past President of SETAC-North America as well as the past President of SETAC World Council.