SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting

November 3-7, 2019
Toronto, ON, Canada
The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) will host their North America 40th Annual Meeting on November 3-7, in Toronto, Canada. The meeting will emphasize the need for environmental scientists and managers from all sectors to work together at a global scale to address shared environmental challenges.

For Exponent’s full session co-chairs and presentation schedule, click here.

Event Posters (start time of 8:00 AM) and Platform Presentations:

Monday, November 14

Susan B. Kane Driscoll, Ph.D., senior managing scientist at Exponent, will present, “A Review of Potential Impacts of Runoff from Refined Coal-Tar-Based Sealant Coating on Aquatic Organisms”, at 8:00 AM.

Anne Fairbrother, D.V.M., Ph.D., principal scientist at Exponent, will present, “The Evolution of Ecological Risk Assessment”, at 8:20 AM.

Tuesday, November 5

William L. Goodfellow, Jr., BCES, principal scientist & practice director at Exponent, will present, “Recommendations for Practical Considerations in Reviewing Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) Testing Results and Laboratory Operations”, at 8:20 AM.

Wednesday, November 6

Susan B. Kane Driscoll, Ph.D., senior managing scientist at Exponent, will present, “Development and Testing of a Novel Passive Sampler for Methylmercury in Sediment and Soil Porewaters”, at 8:00 AM.

Konrad J. Kulacki, Ph.D., managing scientist at Exponent, will present, "Macroplastics in the environment”, at 8:00 AM.

William L. Goodfellow, Jr., BCES, principal scientist & practice director at Exponent, will present, “Practical Examples to Effectively Presenting Science Information and Results Without Advocating Policy or Preference”, at 8:00 AM and “Habitat Remediation Strategies for Mitigating Salinity Inputs to Freshwater Systems”, at 11:00 AM.

Michael W. Kierski, Ph.D., managing scientist at Exponent, will present, “The Integration of Ecosystem Services Into Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment to Foster Better Risk Communication”, at 10:20 AM.

Thursday, November 7

Andrew M. Deines, Ph.D., managing scientist at Exponent, will present, “Non-Target Dung Fauna Population Model to Evaluate Environmental Impacts Following Use of an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) in Cattle”, at 8:00 AM.

Anne Fairbrother, D.V.M., Ph.D., principal scientist at Exponent, will present, “One Health Concept Is Not Applicable to Modern Chemicals Management”, at 1:00 PM.

Michael W. Kierski, Ph.D., managing scientist at Exponent, will present, “Ways That One Health Has Been Integrated Into Contaminant Risk Assessments and Other Ideas for Its Future Integration”, at 1:20 PM.

Exponent is a proud exhibitor of the SETAC North America 40th Annual Meeting. Meet our experts at booth # 415.

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