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A select number of sessions were recorded at the annual meeting, and they are now available online, free of charge. Session recordings let you catch up on what you missed and make great training tools. Review best practices presented by leading experts in your field and stay current on the trends affecting your industry. For an overview of all annual meeting presentations, you can download the presentation grid from the meeting program.

Overview of Session Recordings

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  • SETAC Pellston WorkshopTM: Environmental hazard and risk assessment approaches for endocrine-active chemicals (EHRA)
    Speaker: Annegaaike Leopold, Independent Consultant/ Researcher
  • Challenges in Assigning Endocrine Specific Modes of Action: Recommendations for Researchers and Regulators
    Speaker: Ellen Mihaich, ER2
  • Improving environmental assessment of endocrine active substances
    Speaker: Katherine Coady, The Dow Chemical Company
  • Evaluating the Credibility of Histopathology Data in Environmental Endocrine Toxicity Studies
    Speaker: Jeffrey Wolf, Experimental Pathology Labs., Inc.

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  • Exploring environmental chemical space through HR/AM mass spectrometry and cheminformatics: The example of wastewater-derived organic micropollutants
    Speaker: Lee Ferguson, Duke University
  • Nontarget Analysis of Polar Organic Chemical Integrating Sampler Extracts–complementary tools for unknowns analysis
    Speaker: Edward Furlong, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Occurrence of suspect and non-target contaminants and their transformation products in a linked surface water system influenced by treated wastewater
    Speaker: Anna Katarina Huba, Florida International University
  • Evaluation of Emerging Contaminants in Great Lakes Fish using comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography high resolution mass spectrometry
    Speaker: Sujan Fernando, Clarkson University
  • Chemical characterization of indoor dust by comprehensive target and non-target screening using GC- and LC-QTOF-MS/MS
    Speaker: Thomas Young, University of California-Davis
  • Streamlining Non-Targeted GCxGC/TOFMS Data Analysis of Remediated Soil Samples using Python
    Speaker: Ivan Titaley, Oregon State University
  • Identification of Novel Brominated Disinfection By-Products of Concern by Use of DIPIC-Frag Untargeted Screening and Effect-Directed Analysis
    Speaker: Christena Watts, University of Saskatchewan – Toxicology Centre
  • Progress in the analysis of chlorinated paraffins – different methods and interlaboratory study results
    Speaker: Jacob de Boer, VU University

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  • How consistent are we? Inter-laboratory comparison for male fathead minnows exposed to 17Œ±-ethinylestradiol
    Speaker: Christopher Martyniuk, University of Florida
  • Transcriptional (RNA-seq) and metabolic (MS/MS) profiling reveals host-microbiome interactions during adaptation to chronic pesticide exposure
    Speaker: Susan Celniker, Berkeley Lab
  • Developmental neurotoxic effects of pesticides, MeHg, and PFHxS combining behavior and cognitive studies with metabolomics and proteomics
    Speaker: Pim Leonards, VU University, Institute for Environmental Studies
  • Metabolomics in the Assessment of the Health of Sentinel Species in the Great Lakes
    Speaker: Bharat Chandramouli, Axys Analytical Services, Ltd.
  • Transcriptomic response of Mytilus larvae to simultaneous copper and ocean acidification exposure
    Speaker: Megan Hall, University of Southern California
  • Characterization of gene regulatory networks that coordinate early adaptive response to environmental stress in Daphnia magna
    Speaker: James Brown, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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  • Brundtland, The Berlin Declaration, and Beyond
    Speaker: Ronald McCormick, Bureau of Land Management
  • Sustainability in the face of the Industrialization of Social-Ecological Systems
    Speaker: Wenonah Hauter, Food and Water Watch
  • Challenges of Sustainability in the Everglades Ecosystem
    Speaker: Lance Gunderson, Emory University
  • The Role of Environmental Education in Psychosocial Resilience
    Speaker: Cynthia Stahl, U.S. EPA Region III
  • Innovations in Resilience – Florida’s New Future Legacy
    Speaker: Stan Bronson, Florida Earth Foundation
  • A Required Paradigm Shift to Inform Sustainability
    Speaker: Lawrence Kapustka, LK Consultancy

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  • Assessing and Managing Aquatic Stressors In A Changing Global Environment
    Speaker: Peter Chapman, Chapema Environmental Strategies Ltd
  • Personal exposure to PAHs near natural gas extraction
    Speaker: L. Blair Paulik, Oregon State University
  • Evaluating Toxicity-Based Injury Thresholds for Contaminants at the Hanford Nuclear Site Using Multiple Empirical Approaches
    Speaker: Troy Baker, NOAA
  • The Differential Binding of New River Wastewater Effluent EDCs to the New TriFishER Assay for Measuring Estrogenicity
    Speaker: Shea Tuberty, Appalachian State University
  • Riparian Spiders: A valuable tool in ecotoxicological studies
    Speaker: Gale Beaubien, MTSU

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  • Integrated Management of Water Resources using Fractal Analysis
    Speaker: Sanjeeb Mohapatra, IIT Bombay
  • FAA’s Environmental Toxicology and Emissions Assessment of Alternative Piston Aviation Fuels
    Speaker: George Huddleston, SynTerra Corporation
  • Sediment homogenization and aging alters the toxicity of metal-amended sediments
    Speaker: David Costello, Kent State University
  • Extending a Toxic-Unit Model from Insect Prey to Bats: Pitfalls and Potential
    Speaker: Laura Heiker, Univ. of N. Colorado
  • Assessing and Managing Multiple Risks in a Changing World – the Roskilde Recommendations
    Speaker: Wayne Munns, U.S. EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Viability of Precision-cut Organotypic Cultures of Marine Mammal Skin: Applicability to in Vitro Toxicology
    Speaker: Mary Hayden, Texas Tech University/TIEHH
  • Using blubber to examine steroid hormone homeostasis in bottlenose dolphins exposed to dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT)
    Speaker: Thomas Galligan, Medical University of South Carolina

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  • What we know and don’t know about major ion pollution from 15 years of research in Australia
    Speaker: Ben Kefford, University of Canberra
  • Laboratory Evaluations on the Effects of Dissolved Solids on Benthic Macroinvertebrate Communities and Individual Taxa from West Virginia Streams
    Speaker: Mindy Armstead, Marshall University
  • What Physiological Research on Ion Transport Suggests about the Relationship between Anion Toxicity and Hardness
    Speaker: Michael Griffith, NCEA, ORD, USEPA
  • Salt and Mayflies- chronic exposure and time independence
    Speaker: Alexandra Henderson, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra
  • The confounding effects of extremely high salt concentrations in assessing impact of hydraulic fracturing mixtures on rainbow trout
    Speaker: Tamzin Blewett, University of Alberta
  • Relationship between fish species extirpation and specific conductivity
    Speaker: Susan Cormier, U.S. EPA

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  • The toxicity of diluted bitumen to four fish species
    Speaker: Sarah Wallace, Royal Military College of Canada
  • Review of methods for oil toxicity testing and implications for assessing dilbit toxicity
    Speaker: Julie Adams, Queens University
  • Potential sources of methylmercury in snowpacks and tailings ponds of the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, Alberta, Canada
    Speaker: Chelsea Willis, University of Alberta
  • Spatial and Temporal Variation of Trace Metals in the Athabasca Oil Sands Region Based on Dated Lake Sediment Cores
    Speaker: Colin Cooke, Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency
  • An omics platform for the advancing of the environmental monitoring program in the Alberta oil sands region
    Speaker: Alberto Pereira, Alberta Innovates Technology Futures
  • Fish Health in the Alberta Athabasca Oil Sands, Developing Baseline to Assess Future Change
    Speaker: Mark McMaster, Environment Canada
  • Where do we go from here? Lessons from 25 years of Environmental Effects Monitoring (EEM) in Canada
    Speaker: Tim Arciszewski, COSIA

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  • Thia-arenes and Aza-arenes in Samples from the Oil Sands Area of Alberta
    Speaker: Carlos Manzano, Environment Canada
  • Developmental and reproductive effects of adult & larval wood frogs exposed to naphthenic acids from commercial sources & oil sands process water
    Speaker: Michal Galus, University of Ottawa
  • Naphthenic acids derived from oil sands processed waters are respiratory uncouplers
    Speaker: Kate Rundle, University of Prince Edward Island
  • Effects of elevated salinity and dissolved organic matter in surface water from an oil sands end-pit lake on the toxicity of metals to zooplankton (Ceriodaphnia dubia)
    Speaker: Kevin White, University of Saskatchewan – Toxicology Centre
  • The impact of raw and ozonated oil sands process water exposure on prey capture and facial morphometrics in zebrafish larvae
    Speaker: Danielle Philibert, University of Alberta
  • Long-term effects of oil sands process-affected water (OSPW) on growth, reproduction, and energy reserve of Daphnia magna
    Speaker: Ebrahim Lari, University of Lethbridge
  • Identification of chemical classes contributing to the toxicity of oil sands process affected water
    Speaker: Garrett Morandi, University of Saskatchewan
  • Bioassay-directed fractionation of bitumen-influenced groundwaters from the Athabasca oil sands region
    Speaker: Richard Frank, Environment Canada

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  • Life in a Warmer More Acidic World: Physiological Implications of Climate Change on Aquatic Organisms
    Speaker: Kevin Brix, EcoTox
  • Assessing Climate Change Effects on Freshwater Fish Distribution Using a Habitat Suitability Model
    Speaker: Taeyong Shim, Korea University
  • Protecting Aquatic Life from Effects of Streamflow Alteration
    Speaker: Diana Eignor, US EPA
  • Ecotoxicological impact of re-mobilized sediments and flood events for look regulated rivers and wetlands
    Speaker: Henner Hollert, RWTH Aachen University
  • Indirect effects of climate change on Zinc cycling in sediments: the role of changing water levels
    Speaker: Sara Nedrich, University of Michigan
  • The deal with diel: Effects of temperature fluctuations, asymmetrical warming, and ubiquitous metals contaminants on three amphibian species
    Speaker: Marjorie Brooks, Biogeochemistry and Conservation Biology
  • Exploring the impacts of multiple anthropogenic and environmental stressors: data needs for predicting ecological effects
    Speaker: Laina Lockett, Towson University
  • Acute thermal challenge potentiates benzo-a-pyrene-induced cardiac and metabolic toxicity in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)
    Speaker: Lynn Weber, University of Saskatchewan

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  • Integrating chemical monitoring data with high-content and high-throughput effects data to prioritize contaminants and hazards in chemical mixtures
    Speaker: Anthony Schroeder, University of Minnesota-Crookston
  • Integrating multiple levels of information to support Danube risk assessment in SOLUTIONS
    Speaker: Philipp Antczak, University of Liverpool
  • Computational Predictive Toxicology From Molecular to Geospatial Scales: A Case Study of Inorganic Arsenic
    Speaker: Lyle Burgoon, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
  • Shifts in microbial community composition and function due to acid mine drainage pollution of Hengshi River (Southeast China)
    Speaker: Song Tang, University of Saskatchewan
  • Investigating relationships between contaminant and metabolomics profiles in polar bears (Ursus maritimus) from the Hudson Bay Region of Canada
    Speaker: Adam Morris, Carleton University
  • Gradient of evolved resistance to contaminants in Gulf killifish (Fundulus grandis) populations from Galveston Bay, Texas, USA
    Speaker: Elias Oziolor, Baylor University

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  • Sharing the science behind the spill: The partnership of the Gulf of Mexico Sea Grant programs & the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative (GoMRI)
    Speaker: Emily Maung-Douglass, Louisiana Sea Grant – LSU
  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in white shrimp following the Deepwater Horizon accident: community-based science from southeast Louisiana
    Speaker: Jeffrey Wickliffe, Tulane University
  • Mining the Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Gulf of Mexico Communities to Help Unravel the Legacy of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill
    Speaker: Dana Wetzel, Mote Marine Laboratory
  • Oiled Vision: Understanding Fishes’ Visual Response to Oil Spills through Research and Film
    Speaker: Emma Barnes, University of North Texas
  • How research in oil and surfactant toxicity helped create a community outreach program in southern Louisiana
    Speaker: Chris Green, Louisiana State University
  • Post-settlement conclusions of the Trustee toxicity testing program conducted in support of the Deepwater Horizon Natural Resource Damage Assessment
    Speaker: Jeffrey Morris, Abt Associates
  • Sublethal impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill on pelagic top predators from the Gulf of Mexico – communicating science to a broad audience
    Speaker: Martin Grosell, University of Miami

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  • How population models can help to assess the risks of pesticides to threatened and endangered species
    Speaker: Valery Forbes, University of Minnesota
  • Application of a population model for a threatened plant species in herbicide risk assessment
    Speaker: Amelie Schmolke, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.
  • Population-level risk assessment for an endangered butterfly species exposed to chlorpyrifos
    Speaker: Kristina Garber, US Environmental Protection Agency
  • An aquatic food web and ecosystem model for estimating direct and indirect effects of pesticides
    Speaker: Steven Bartell, Cardno Entrix
  • An ecotoxicological module for BEEHAVE to link standard laboratory tests to honeybee colony dynamics
    Speaker: Pernille Thorbek, Syngenta
  • Why Point Estimates of Mortality May Result in Inaccurate Population Modeling and Pesticide Risk Assessment
    Speaker: John Stark, Washington State University
  • Optimizing experimental designs for calibration of TK-TD models
    Speaker: Sandrine Charles, University Lyon

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  • Role of DNA methylation in AHR-mediated toxicity of PAHs in chicken embryo
    Speaker: Jessica Head, McGill University
  • Assessing benzo[a]pyrene-mediated effects on the zebrafish transcriptome and promoter methylation to explain developmental adverse outcomes
    Speaker: Kristie Willett, University of Mississippi
  • Epigenetic mechanisms mediating responses to Florida Red Tides in the Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica
    Speaker: Jose Eirin-Lopez, Florida International University
  • DNA methylation reprogramming during development in the self-fertilizing mangrove rivulus and its sensitivity to environmental pollutants
    Speaker: Frédéric Silvestre, Université de Namur ASBL
  • Multiple stressors over multiple generations: assessing the combined risk of endocrine disruptors and climate change in an estuarine fish
    Speaker: Bethany DeCourten, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
  • Rainbow trout exposed to benzo[a]pyrene yields conserved microRNA binding sites in DNA methyltransferases across 500 million years of evolution
    Speaker: Paul Craig, University of Waterloo

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  • Mercury contamination in sharks and the relationships between mercury concentrations in various shark tissues
    Speaker: Jason O’Bryhim, University of Georgia – Savannah River Ecology Laboratory
  • Assessment of total mercury burden in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge (MINWR), Florida
    Speaker: Jonathan Dorsey, Student
  • Effects of trophic position and wetland hydroperiod on mercury accumulation in amphibian larvae
    Speaker: Stacey Lance, University of Georgia
  • From egg to fledge: Partitioning effects of mercury exposure on reproduction in Great Egrets (Ardea alba)
    Speaker: Ignacio Rodriguez, University of Florida
  • Environmental Contaminants Continue to be a Threat to the Endangered Florida Panther
    Speaker: Mark Cunningham, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

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  • Infectious disease linked to climate and genetic variation in amphibian populations of the southeastern United States
    Speaker: Anna Savage, University of Central Florida
  • Genetic and epigenetic variation in Spartina alterniflora following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill
    Speaker: Marta Robertson, University of South Florida
  • Using an in vitro organ culture system to assess the estrogenic effects of CWAF exposure on sex determination in the American alligator
    Speaker: Cameron Williams, College of Charleston
  • Assessing Estrogenic Activity of the Dispersant Corexit 9500 in Two Aquatic Reptiles, the American Alligator and Diamondback Terrapin
    Speaker: Nicole McNabb, College of Charleston
  • Exploring the epigenetic and biochemical effects of mercury exposure in Diamondback Terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin)
    Speaker: Frances Nilsen, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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  • David Schindler’s legacy: Ecosystem-scale ecotoxicology
    Speaker: Diane Orihel, University of Ottawa
  • Whole-lake manipulations at the Experimental Lakes Area do not support the need for nitrogen control to reduce eutrophication in lakes
    Speaker: Michael Paterson, IISD-Experimental Lakes Area
  • Recovery from Acidification: A Forty Year Experiment in the Killarney Park Area, Canada
    Speaker: John Gunn, Laurentian University
  • Building on David Schindler’s legacy: Assessing impacts on lakes across spatial and temporal scales using lake sediments as archives
    Speaker: Jules Blais, University of Ottawa
  • Integration of Indigenous knowledge and western science in studies of northern ecotoxicology: lessons from David Schindler and other revolutionaries
    Speaker: Heidi Swanson, University of Waterloo
  • The influence of climatic trends and variability on fish growth and survival in freshwater lakes
    Speaker: Michael Rennie, Lakehead University
  • Climate futures for temperate lakes: winter biogeochemistry and the vulnerability of lakes to change
    Speaker: Helen Baulch, University of Saskatchewan Global Institute for Water Security

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  • Fire on the water and other stories: The genesis of the science of ecotoxicology
    Speaker: Bill Stubblefield, Oregon State University
  • SETAC’s role in promoting environmental chemistry
    Speaker: Donald Mackay, Trent University
  • SETAC’s role in promoting environmental chemistry through Quantitative Structure Activity/Property Relationships. A – Correlations
    Speaker: Philip Howard, SRC, Inc.
  • Water Quality Criteria: The history and development of a regulatory tool to protect aquatic systems
    Speaker: Bill Stubblefield, Oregon State University
  • A Retrospective on the Adoption and Application of Whole Effluent Testing in the US
    Speaker: Teresa Norberg-King, U.S. EPA
  • SETAC as Matchmaker Between Chemists and Toxicologists: Two Personal Examples
    Speaker: Donald Mackay, Trent University
  • SETAC’s role in promoting environ. chem. through Quantitative Structure Activity/Property Relationships. B – Computer assisted calculations
    Speaker: Philip Howard, SRC, Inc.
  • A Retrospective on the Development and Use of Toxicity Identification Evaluations for Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET) Applications
    Speaker: Teresa Norberg-King, U.S. EPA

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  • Lessons from history – how good are we at predicting the environmental risks of endocrine disrupters?
    Speaker: Peter Matthiessen, Independent Consultant
  • Examining the disconnect between laboratory studies of endocrine active compounds and perceived ecological consequences
    Speaker: Heiko Schoenfuss, St. Cloud State University
  • Social hierarchy modulates biomarker expression in fish exposed to contaminants of emerging concern
    Speaker: Jelena Ivanova, St. Cloud State University
  • Problem Formulation for Hazard Identification of EACs Requires Potency
    Speaker: Christopher Borgert, Applied Pharmacology & Toxicology, Inc.
  • Missing links in our understanding of estrogenic compounds; chemical quantitation vs. biological assessment – where do we go from here?
    Speaker: Nancy Shappell, USDA-ARS
  • Challenges in ecotoxicology – what does controlled and standardized results mean in a complex and dynamic environment?
    Speaker: Tomas Brodin, Umea University

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  • A Framework for Dynamic Estimation of Environmental Concentrations of Microplastics in WWTP Effluents and Receiving Waters at a National Scale
    Speaker: Nikki Maples-Reynolds, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.
  • THE EFFECTS OF TRIBUTARIES ON THE TRANSPORT OF MICROPLASTICS IN THE HUDSON RIVER WATERSHED
    Speaker: Ian Krout, Marist College
  • Uptake and Retention of Microplastic Particles by the Daggerblade Grass Shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio
    Speaker: Austin Gray, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Ingestion and rejection of microplastics by suspension-feeding bivalves: implications for exposure and environmental fate
    Speaker: J-Evan Ward, University of Connecticut
  • Cellular accumulation of polystyrene particles in the Eastern oyster: dependence on size
    Speaker: Tamara Gaspar, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
  • Microplastic particle exposure and life-history traits of Chironomus riparius
    Speaker: Warren Kunce, Uppsala University
  • Trophic transfer of microplastics and adsorbed contaminants
    Speaker: Sarah Au, Clemson University Institute of Environmental Toxicology

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  • Ingestion of microplastic associated with green algae by Daphnia magna and enhancement of PCBs bioaccumulation
    Speaker: Patrick Canniff, Loyola University Chicago
  • Can hydrophobic organic chemicals sorbed to microplastics affect aquatic organisms? A review of laboratory studies
    Speaker: Konrad Kulacki, Exponent, Inc.
  • Microplastic as a vector of PCB uptake in Daphnia magna
    Speaker: Zandra Gerdes, Stockholm University
  • Ingestion of microplastics by the freshwater invertebrate Chironomus sancticaroli: effects on PBDE bioaccumulation and the gut microbiome
    Speaker: Elma Lahive, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (NERC)
  • Microplastic Contamination at the Base of the Food Chain
    Speaker: Anna-Marie Cook, USEPA Region 9
  • Microplastic ingestion in commercial and shark species in the Western Mediterranean Sea
    Speaker: Carme Mascaró, Instituto Español de Oceanografia

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  • Thoughts on applying existing toxicological understanding to risk assessment for major ions in fresh waters
    Speaker: David Mount, U.S. EPA
  • Can major ion uptake kinetics and interactions inform mechanisms of multi-ion toxicity in aquatic insects?
    Speaker: Shane Scheibener, North Carolina State University
  • The Mechanistic Toxicity of Multi-Ion Exposures in Pimephales promelas (Fathead Minnow)
    Speaker: Katherine Johnson, Clemson University
  • Acute and Chronic Ceriodaphnia Toxicity As a Result of Ion Imbalance and Magnesium Based Hardness
    Speaker: Marcus Bowersox, Tetra Tech, Inc.
  • Comparing responses and dose metrics for mayflies and daphnids exposed to major ion salts
    Speaker: David Soucek, Illinois Natural History Survey
  • Progress in Predicting the Aquatic Toxicity of Mixtures of the Major Ions Using Mechanistically Based Models
    Speaker: Charles Delos, Great Lakes Environmental Center
  • Predicting the Aquatic Toxicity of Mixtures of the Major Ions: The Need for Speciation
    Speaker: Rasa Bubnyte, HDR inc.

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  • Estimating Graphene Oxide Exposure and Biomarker Response in Aquatic Systems
    Speaker: Dermont Bouchard, U.S. EPA / EMMD
  • Fish gastrointestinal tracts influence the sorption of organic contaminants to single-walled carbon nanotubes
    Speaker: Tara Sabo-Attwood, University of Florida
  • Characterization of the key mechanisms influencing bioavailability of PAHs adsorbed to carbon nanotubes in the aquatic environment
    Speaker: Erica Linard, Clemson University
  • Goldfish (Carassius auratus) immune responses to intravenously injected polymer-coated TiO2 nanoparticles
    Speaker: Van Ortega, University of Alberta
  • Release of polymer additives and plasticizers from polycarbonate- and epoxy-SWCNT nanocomposites
    Speaker: Manuel Montav±o, Duke University

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  • Roles of Direct and Indirect Light-Induced Transformations of Carbon Nanomaterials in Exposures in Aquatic Systems
    Speaker: Richard Zepp, U.S. EPA / EMMD
  • Predicting Hydroxyl Radical Production from Irradiated Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles Under Varying Conditions
    Speaker: Jason Coral, Clemson University
  • Protein Corona Predicts Biologic Response and Toxicity Mechanisms of Silver Nanoparticles in Fish
    Speaker: Jiejun GAO, Purdue University
  • Investigating mitochondrial toxicity of the Metal oxide nanoparticle ZnO
    Speaker: Xiaoping Pan, East Carolina University
  • In vivo exposure to gold nanoparticles alters steroidogenesis gene regulation in the liver irrespective of exposure route in Danio rerio
    Speaker: Tarryn Botha, North-West University
  • The impact of graphene oxide and silver nanoparticles on immune pathways
    Speaker: Edmund Pool, University of The Western Cape
  • Development of a Non-Toxic Carbon Nanomaterial-Based Filter for Virus Sequestration in Aquaculture Systems
    Speaker: Candice Lavelle, University of Florida

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  • Elucidating the role of nonmaterial coating on uptake and translocation mechanisms at the sub-cellular level in plants using a hard X-ray nano probe
    Speaker: Jason Unrine, University of Kentucky
  • Development of Gold-labeled Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles for Examining Exposure and Biodistribution in Complex Matrices
    Speaker: Alyssa Deline, Oregon State University
  • Does nanoclay technology adversely affect aquatic biota relative to natural nanoclays?
    Speaker: Suelen Tullio, East Carolina University
  • Differential uptake and toxicity of CuO nanoparticle to Daphnia magna from chronic exposure using two delivery scenarios
    Speaker: Fan Wu, Oregon State University
  • Accumulation of Silver Nanoparticles in Aquatic Food Webs Following Pulsed vs. Repeated Exposure in Artificial Streams
    Speaker: Stefan Petersen, Georgia Southern University
  • Multigenerational Effects of Silver Nanomaterials in Caenorhabditis elegans
    Speaker: Olga Tsyusko, University of Kentucky

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  • History and Evolution of One Health: Integrating Human, Animal and Environmental Health
    Speaker: Alonso Aguirre, George Mason University
  • Continuint the One Health Dialogue in SETAC
    Speaker: Lawrence Kapustka, LK Consultancy
  • Multilateral Environmental Agreements on Chemicals and Waste: How can we improve the link between human and ecosystem health?
    Speaker: Ricardo Barra, Universidad de concepcion
  • Benefits of a Safer Chemical Ingredient List
    Speaker: Emma Lavoie, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
  • One Health: An Organizing Framework for Global Engagement on Coupled Human-Ecological Training and Research?
    Speaker: Bryan Brooks, Baylor University
  • Assessing Ecosystem and Human Health Effects from Natural and Man-Made Disasters
    Speaker: Geoffrey Scott, University of South Carolina
  • Plasma chemistry & persistent organic pollutants in loggerhead sea turtles with & without fibropapillomatosis from Florida Bay & Indian River Lagoon
    Speaker: Jennifer Lynch, National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • One Health Approach Towards Addressing Pollution at the Pole – Integrating Evidence Across Inuit, Wildlife, and Ecosystems
    Speaker: Nil Basu, McGill University

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  • Quantitative and qualitative analysis of microplastics in wastewaters, river and estuarine waters
    Speaker: Damia Barcelo, IIQAB-CSIC
  • Sources, Fate and Microbial Interactions of Microplastic Particles in Urban Rivers
    Speaker: John Kelly, Loyola University Chicago
  • Microplastic Ingestion By Shape in Several Species of Fish from Lake Ontario
    Speaker: Keenan Munno, University of Toronto
  • Manageable sources of microplastics to the sweetwater seas
    Speaker: Paul Helm, Ontario Ministry of the Environment & Climate Change
  • Plastics and other anthropogenic debris in freshwater birds from Canada
    Speaker: Erika Holland, Acadia University
  • Assessment of Plastic Ingestion and Persistent Organic Pollutant Concentrations in Sea Turtles from the Pelagic Realm of the Pacific Ocean
    Speaker: Jennifer Lynch, National Institute of Standards and Technology

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  • Assessing impacts of crude oil exposure across multiple levels of biological organization in a pelagic marine teleost, the mahi-mahi
    Speaker: Martin Grosell, University of Miami
  • Eco-physiological implications of acute embryonic and juvenile oil exposure in marine fish
    Speaker: Andrew Esbaugh, University of Texas Marine Science Institute
  • Time- and oil-dependent genomic and physiological responses to Deepwater Horizon oil in mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) embryos
    Speaker: Genbo Xu, UC Riverside
  • The effects of photoproducts generated from irradiated crude oil exposures on pelagic and estuarine fish species
    Speaker: Lauren Sweet, University of North Texas
  • Phototoxic Target Lipid Model (PTLM) of Single PAHs and Mixtures
    Speaker: Dominic Di Toro, University of Delaware
  • DWH Oil Spill: Field evaluation of biological responses in Gulf sturgeon and laboratory exposure of shovelnose sturgeon to artificially-weathered oil
    Speaker: Donald Tillitt, U.S. Geological Survey

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  • An Overview of US EPA’s Approach to Revising the 1985 Guidelines for Deriving Aquatic Life Criteria
    Speaker: Michael Elias, US EPA
  • Chemical standard derivation for the protection of aquatic life: A guided world tour
    Speaker: Christian Schlekat, NiPERA
  • Deriving Water Quality Criteria Using Mode of Action Models: ppLFER Target Lipid Model of PAH and Narcotic Toxicity as an Example
    Speaker: Dominic Di Toro, University of Delaware
  • State-of-Science Approaches to Determine Sensitive Taxa for Water Quality Criteria Derivation
    Speaker: Morgan Willming, ORISE/USEPA
  • Application of adverse outcome pathway-based tools to ambient water quality criteria development
    Speaker: Daniel Villeneuve, U.S. EPA
  • Potential Applications of Weight of Evidence Methods to Water Quality Criteria
    Speaker: Glenn Suter, U.S. EPA
  • A Retrospective Evaluation of the U.S. EPA’s Guidelines for Ambient Water Quality Criteria Development Given What We Now Know
    Speaker: David DeForest, Windward Environmental LLC

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  • Bringing More “Eco” into Ecotoxicological Guidance for the Development of Water Quality Guidelines for metals/metalloids
    Speaker: Samuel Luoma, University of California, Davis
  • The disconnection between the laboratory and field in understanding the effects of metals on aquatic insects prompts the need to modernize WQC
    Speaker: David Buchwalter, NC State University
  • Mesocosms: Old techniques can provide new insight on aquatic life criterion development
    Speaker: Travis Schmidt, USGS
  • Field-based Methods for Developing Water Quality Benchmarks for Specific Conductivity
    Speaker: Susan Cormier, U.S. EPA
  • Integrating mesocosm experiments and field data to develop water quality criteria for contaminants in aquatic ecosystems
    Speaker: William Clements, Colorado State University
  • Beakers, buckets, and brooks: utility of mesocosm-type studies in aquatic life criteria derivation and validation
    Speaker: Glenn Suter, U.S. EPA
  • Censoring as a Tool for Optimizing Data Usage in Region-Specific Species Sensitivity Distributions for Hypoxia
    Speaker: Jacob Carrick, TIEHH
  • Development of Chemical Thresholds for Situations where Good Ecological Status is unlikely to be achieved
    Speaker: Adam Peters, WCA

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  • Exploring the intersection between ecosystem ecology and ecotoxicology: Developing the field of ecosystem toxicology
    Speaker: Emma Rosi-Marshall, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
  • Whole ecosystem experiments to assess effects of glyphosate and fertilizers on wetland communities
    Speaker: Karen Kidd, University of New Brunswick
  • Effects of antihistamine on invertebrates and carbon and nutrient recycling in streams
    Speaker: Tomas Brodin, Umea University
  • Aquatic insect emergence and pesticide flux from wetlands to terrestrial food webs in the Prairie Pothole Region
    Speaker: Johanna Kraus, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Selenium ecotoxicology in freshwater lakes receiving coal combustion residual effluents: A North Carolina example
    Speaker: Jessica Brandt, Duke University
  • Lessons learned in application of field data to addressing ecogoxicological issues
    Speaker: Samuel Luoma, University of California, Davis