Session Recordings 2018-07-20T19:12:14+00:00

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  • Addressing species diversity in biotransformation: Variability in expressed transcripts of Phase I and II hepatic enzymes among fishes
    Speaker: Kellie Fay, University of Minnesota – Duluth
  • Adaptation to cadmium reveals mechanism and susceptibility to mitochondrial genotoxicity
    Speaker: Tess Leuthner, Duke University
  • Differences in Sensitivity to Aromatase Inhibition Among Fish Species
    Speaker: Jonathon Doering, University of Saskatchewan
  • Comparative behavioral toxicology of two common larval fish models
    Speaker: Baylor Steele, Baylor University
  • Physiological basis of life-stage and species-specific differences in the acute sensitivity of rainbow trout and white sturgeon to waterborne cadmium
    Speaker: Kamran Shekh, University of Saskatchewan
  • Sensitivity of aquatic invertebrates towards the pyrethroid insecticide cypermethrin
    Speaker: Kristoffer Dalhoff, University of Copenhagen
  • Developing population models for pesticide risk assessment: a systematic approach using the example of herbaceous plants
    Speaker: Amelie Schmolke, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.

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  • The Genesis and Early History of the USEPA Research Laboratory in Dulut
    Speaker: Donald Mount, Retired
  • Understanding and Predicting Metal Bioavailability
    Speaker: William Adams, Red Cap Consulting
  • How Our Understanding of Bioaccumulation was Catalyzed by the USEPA Duluth Laboratory
    Speaker: Deborah Swackhamer, University of Minnesota
  • Development of physiologically based toxicokinetic (PBTK) models for fish: Confessions of a former fish physiologist
    Speaker: John Nichols, U.S. EPA
  • Predicting Toxicity from Chemical Structure: The Narcosis Story
    Speaker: Dominic Di Toro, University of Delaware
  • Ecotoxicology in the 21st Century–AOPs, HTT and other Acronyms
    Speaker: Daniel Villeneuve, U.S. EPA

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  • Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Framework – An International Horizon Scanning Approach
    Speaker: Carlie LaLone, U.S. EPA
  • Adverse Outcome Pathways: Moving from a scientific concept to a globally accepted framework
    Speaker: Markus Hecker, University of Saskatchewan
  • Adverse Outcome Pathway Networks: Development, Analytics, and Applications
    Speaker: Daniel Villeneuve, U.S. EPA
  • Adverse Outcome Pathway Network Analyses: Techniques and Benchmarking the AOPwiki
    Speaker: Nathan Pollesch, U.S. EPA
  • How to Build and Apply Quantitative Models from Adverse Outcome Pathways
    Speaker: Edward Perkins, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
  • Using Adverse Outcome Pathways to Guide Chemical Decision Makers
    Speaker: Katherine Coady, The Dow Chemical Company
  • Realizing the Promise of AOPs: A Stakeholder-Driven Roadmap to the Future
    Speaker: Gerald Ankley, U.S. EPA

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  • A brief history of nearly everything alternative
    Speaker: Adam Lillicrap, NIVA
  • Age Matters: Developmental Stage of Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Influences Bioconcentration, and Survival and Behavioral Photomotor Response Thresholds
    Speaker: Lauren Kristofco, Baylor University
  • Field validation of ultrasound as a non-lethal tool to measure sentinel fish liver size for environmental effects monitoring
    Speaker: Aditya Manek, University of Saskatchewan
  • Assessing chemical exposure and ecological impacts of environmental surface waters using cell culture-based metabolomics
    Speaker: Quincy Teng, U.S. EPA / EMMD
  • Validation of a Glucocorticoid Receptor Effects-Based Environmental Sample Screening Tool
    Speaker: Elizabeth Medlock Kakaley, EPA-UNC Toxicology Program
  • Ecological Threshold for Toxicological Concern (eco-TTC) – Applications for Environmental Risk Assessment in Various Contexts
    Speaker: Michelle Embry, ILSI Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI)

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  • Translating Risk Assessment Science into Risk Management Actions on a Prairie Landscape Scale
    Speaker: Dave Warburton, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
  • The effects of ingested aqueous aluminum on floral manipulation and foraging pace in two subspecies of honey bee (Apis mellifera spp.)
    Speaker: Ana Chicas-Mosier, Oklahoma State University
  • The role of pesticides drift in prairie remnants in the disappearance of Threatened and Endangered butterflies
    Speaker: Erik Runquist, Minnesota Zoo
  • Minnesota Department of Agriculture, Pesticide Spray Drift Complaint Reporting Procedures and Actions
    Speaker: Rajinder Mann, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
  • Method for estimating pesticide exposure for honey bees and considerations for estimating exposures to other species of bees and insects
    Speaker: Justin Housenger, U.S. EPA
  • Landscape Scale Estimates of Monarch Butterfly (Danaus plexippus) Population Responses to Insecticide Exposure in an Iowa Agroecosystem
    Speaker: Steven Bradbury, Iowa State University
  • Prospective Methods for Characterizing Likelihood of Pollinator Protection Resulting from Programmatic Conservation Initiatives
    Speaker: Daniel Perkins, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.
  • Discussion – Moving forward in protecting prairie complex pollinators
    Speaker: Nancy Golden, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

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  • Carolina Wren Exposure to Mercury: Integrating Stressors and Habitat Conditions
    Speaker: Sagar Thakali, AECOM
  • Explaining variation in songbird blood mercury using diet, foraging behavior, migratory behavior, and phylogeny
    Speaker: Claire Ramos, Colorado State University, Pueblo
  • Environmental correlates and effects of organochlorine pollutants on the physiological condition and carotenoid-based coloration of an avian predator
    Speaker: Marie-Sophie Garcia-Heras, FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology
  • A spatially explicit model for estimating risks of pesticide exposure to bird populations
    Speaker: Matthew Etterson, U.S EPA
  • Current-use pesticides and adult aquatic insect prey flux to terrestrial food webs in Prairie Potholes Wetlands
    Speaker: Johanna Kraus, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Findings of a study examining kinetics and toxicity of neonicotinoid coated seeds to seed-eating birds
    Speaker: Thomas Bean, University of Maryland, College Park
  • Uptake and metabolism of imidacloprid in Japanese quail following ingestion of treated wheat seeds
    Speaker: Michael Gross, U.S. Geological Survey

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  • Trace element exposure in tree swallows across the Great Lakes
    Speaker: Christine Custer, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Chronic Toxicity of Perfluoroheptanoic acid (PFHpA) and Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) to Northern Bobwhite (Colinus virginianus)
    Speaker: William Thompson, Texas Tech University/TIEHH
  • Analysis of Emerging and Legacy Flame Retardants in Common Tern from the Niagara Migration Flyway using Gas Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectrometry
    Speaker: Steven Travis, University at Buffalo
  • Are damaged erythrocytes linked to reduced activity and self-maintenance behaviors in birds exposed to crude oil?
    Speaker: Christopher Goodchild, Oklahoma State University
  • Induction of Cytochrome P4501A isoforms in cultured liver slices cultured from navØve and pre-treated chicken embryos
    Speaker: Jessica Head, McGill University

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  • Normative Science: What is it, how pervasive is it in the environmental sciences, and should we be concerned?
    Speaker: Tim Canfield, U.S. EPA
  • Don’t copy Rachel; that is no way to give science advice for environmental policy
    Speaker: Peter Calow, University of Minnesota
  • Navigating Values in Environmental Science
    Speaker: Kevin Elliott, Michigan State University
  • Case Studies Indicate that Tools Currently Available to Assure Quality and Integrity of Federal Government Science Are Inadequate
    Speaker: Anne LeHuray, Chemical Management Associates LLC
  • Addressing White Hat Bias: Lessons from Environmental Litigation
    Speaker: Katherine Palmquist, Exponent
  • Science Integrity, Publication Bias and Normative Science in Ecotoxicology: A Role for SETAC
    Speaker: Patrick Guiney, University of Wisconsin
  • Peter Chapman Energized Our Science Like Few Have: Dr. Weight-of-Evidence
    Speaker: G. Allen Burton, University of Michigan
  • Scientific Integrity Issues in Environmental Toxicology
    Speaker: Chris Mebane, US Geological Survey

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  • Chemicals: Assessment of Risks to Ecosystem Services (CARES). Where are we and where are we going?
    Speaker: Lorraine Maltby, The University of Sheffield
  • Aligning ecological models and ecosystem service endpoints
    Speaker: Tim Canfield, U.S. EPA
  • Predicting impacts of an endocrine disruptor on ecosystem services provided by fish populations
    Speaker: Valery Forbes, University of Minnesota
  • Linking organism-level effects of chemical stressors to effects on ecosystem services: A case study of a chemically impacted reservoir
    Speaker: Christopher Salice, Towson University
  • Using Influence Diagrams to Map Adverse Outcome Pathways from Molecular Initiating Events to Ecosystem Services
    Speaker: Katherine von Stackelberg, NEK Associates LTD
  • Food webs as collections of traits and agents: Model development and application to multiple stressors
    Speaker: Nika Galic, University of Minnesota
  • Ecological Production Functions Linking Multiple Stressors to Ecosystem Services – A Case Study
    Speaker: Wayne Munns, U.S. EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Ecosystem Services Evaluations for Superfund Cleanups
    Speaker: Jewel Lipps, Georgetown University

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  • Global Ecosystem Service Assessment
    Speaker: Kate Brauman, University of Minnesota
  • Assessment and management of risks to ecosystem services: European status
    Speaker: Sabine Apitz, SEA Environmental Decisions Ltd
  • Ecosystem Services in the Great Lakes – Results of a Summit
    Speaker: Wayne Munns, U.S. EPA Atlantic Ecology Division
  • Why care about air? Deposition of air pollutants are linked to a broad range ecosystem services and their users
    Speaker: Michael Bell, National Park Service
  • Determining preferences for ecosystem benefits in Great Lakes Areas of Concern from photographs posted to social media
    Speaker: Theodore Angradi, U.S. EPA
  • Contaminant Removal by Native Mussels in the Mississippi River: An Ecosystem Service?
    Speaker: Jennifer Archambault, North Carolina State University
  • Creating Ecosystem Services and River Island Habitat Using Strategic Placement of Dredged Material
    Speaker: Burton Suedel, US Army Corps of Engineers
  • Landscape-Level Sagebrush Ecosystem Conservation Agreement: Process and Early Stage Implementation
    Speaker: Elaine Dorward-King, Newmont Mining Corporation

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  • Ecological Risk Assessment of Aquatic PFAS Exposure at an Air Force Base: Site characterization and preliminary risk assessment
    Speaker: Christopher Salice, Towson University
  • A spatially-explicit perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS) uptake and depuration model for fish using data from the laboratory and field
    Speaker: Adric Olson, Intrinsik Environmental Sciences (US), Inc.
  • Strategies to prioritize PFASs mixture identification for ecotoxicity testing and risk assessment
    Speaker: Andrew East, Towson University
  • Selection of Aquatic Toxicity Data for Species Sensitivity Distributions for PFOS and the Effect on Aquatic Life Protection Criteria
    Speaker: Jennifer Arblaster, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Acute Toxicity of Perfluorinated Chemicals in Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica)
    Speaker: Steven Bursian, Michigan State University
  • Prioritizing Data Needs For Assessing the Ecological Risks of PFASs in Habitats Impacted by Aqueous Film Forming Foam Releases
    Speaker: Jason Conder, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Examination of the Sub-lethal Effects of Four Per/polyfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAAs) on Two Species of US-native Amphibians
    Speaker: Gary Hoover, Purdue University
  • Toxicological Response of Chironomus tentans to Six Perfluoroalkyl Compounds
    Speaker: Christopher McCarthy, CH2M

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  • Opportunities and Challenges of Environmental Data Mining
    Speaker: Lisa Rodenburg, Rutgers University
  • Source Apportionment of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in District of Columbia Wastewater
    Speaker: Staci Capozzi, University of Maryland at College Park
  • Atmospheric PAHs in Minnesota: Spatial Comparison with U.S. Long-Term Monitoring Sites, Source Characterization and Wind Influence
    Speaker: Kristie Ellickson, Minnesota Pollution Control
  • Predicting arsenic in drinking water wells in glacial aquifers in western and central Minnesota, USA
    Speaker: Steven Bartell, Cardno Entrix
  • An ecotoxicological module for BEEHAVE to link standard laboratory tests to honeybee colony dynamics
    Speaker: Melinda Erickson, US Geological Survey
  • Toward Integrative and Holistic Watershed-level Risk Assessment: Data Challenges and Insights
    Speaker: Mariana Cains, Indiana University
  • Introduction to ChemTHEATRE: Open data leads to a new era for the risk evaluation and communication
    Speaker: Kei Nakayama, Ehime University

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  • Linking behavioral effects of methylmercury to adverse population outcomes in yellow perch using an individual based model
    Speaker: Brandon Armstrong, State of Michigan
  • Environmentally relevant 2,4D exposure reduces baseline aggressive behavior crucial to social contest dynamics in a simultaneous hermaphroditic fish
    Speaker: Lauren Gillespie, Central Community College
  • Intraspecific genetic variation for lead-induced changes in reproductive strategies
    Speaker: Elizabeth Peterson, Colorado State University, Pueblo
  • Using larval zebrafish (Danio rerio) to screen emerging pharmaceutical pollutants for altered swimming behavior
    Speaker: Irvin Huang, Stony Brook University
  • Systematic evaluation of flame retardant neurodevelopmental toxicity in a multidimensional high throughput zebrafish system
    Speaker: Robert Tanguay, Oregon State University

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  • Genome-wide Analysis of Cadmium Induced Mutation in the Context of Nucleosome Composition
    Speaker: Nathan Keith, Indiana University
  • Repeated and widespread adaptive evolution of pyrethroid resistance among pyrethroid-exposed wild Hyalella azteca
    Speaker: Kaley Major, University Of Massachusetts Boston
  • Evolution in response to pollution in Gulf killifish (Fundulus grandis) from Galveston Bay, Texas, USA
    Speaker: Elias Oziolor, Baylor University
  • The effects of oil and hypoxia exposure on establishment of DNA methylation patterns in developing sheepshead minnows (Cyprinodon variegatus)
    Speaker: Elizabeth Jones, The University of Southern Mississippi
  • Regulation of microRNAs in mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus) exposed to Deepwater Horizon oil
    Speaker: Genbo Xu, UC Riverside

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  • Extrapolating acute toxicity across bee species – the influence of size
    Speaker: Helen Thompson, Syngenta Ltd
  • Taxonomic relevance of an adverse outcome pathway network considering Apis and non-Apis bees
    Speaker: Carlie LaLone, U.S. EPA
  • Exploring Routes of Pesticide Exposure Risks to Solitary Bees
    Speaker: Theresa Pitts-Singer, USDA ARS
  • Megachile rotundata: A potential model for non-Apis bee risk assessment
    Speaker: Andrew Frewin, University of Guelph
  • Development of a semi-field method for use in pesticide risk assessments with Bombus impatiens
    Speaker: Angela Gradish, University of Guelph
  • Evaluating the Potential for Bumble Bee Micro-colonies to Inform Risk Assessment
    Speaker: David Lehmann, U.S. EPA

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  • Synthesis of Impacts of Chemicals of Emerging Concern on Fish and Wildlife Health: A cross agency collaboration
    Speaker: Elizabeth Murphy, U.S. EPA
  • USEPA bioeffects monitoring under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Overview of efforts to assess the biological impacts of CECs
    Speaker: Brett Blackwell, U.S. EPA
  • Novel approaches for integrating chemistry, transcriptomics and physiology of caged fish to examine the impacts of contaminants of emerging concern
    Speaker: Edward Perkins, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
  • Mussel Watch and Metabolomics: Connecting exposure and effect in Great Lake bivalves
    Speaker: Bharat Chandramouli, SGS AXYS
  • Ecological Hazard Assessment of Potential Impacts to Fish from Contaminant of Emerging Concern Exposures in the Great Lakes Basin
    Speaker: Dan Gefell, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  • Mixtures of Contaminants of Emerging Concern common in Great Lakes tributaries reduce reproductive potential in wild and laboratory exposed fishes
    Speaker: Heiko Schoenfuss, St. Cloud State University

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  • Environmentally Derived Urban Mixtures of Contaminants of Emerging Concern Alter Reproduction in Fathead Minnows Over Three Generations
    Speaker: Lina Wang, St. Cloud State University
  • Exposure to a Complex Agricultural Mixture Alters Reproduction in Fathead Minnows Over Multiple Generations
    Speaker: Nicholas Cipoletti, St. Cloud State University
  • High-resolution Mass Spectrometry of Skin Mucus for Monitoring Physiological Impacts in Fish Exposed to Wastewater Effluent at a Great Lakes AOC
    Speaker: Jonathan Mosley, U.S. EPA
  • Place-based screening of mixtures of dominant emerging contaminants measured in Lake Michigan using zebrafish embryo gene expression assay
    Speaker: Jordan Crago, Texas Tech University/TIEHH
  • Proteomics analysis of the lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush): A comprehensive approach
    Speaker: Bernard Crimmins, Clarkson University
  • Predicting CEC Occurrence for Great Lakes Tributary Watersheds Using Boosted Regression Tree Methods
    Speaker: Richard Kiesling, U.S. Geological Survey
  • Evolution of Lampricide Resistance to TFM Is Not Related to Temporal History of Exposure
    Speaker: Alexander Martinez, Purdue University
  • From simple to complex: Behavioral changes in fish exposed to contaminants of emerging concern singly and in mixture
    Speaker: Utku Hasbay, St. Cloud State University

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  • Interactions of lanthanum and cerium with a green alga: Uptake and toxicity
    Speaker: Claude Fortin, University of Quebec
  • A deeper ecotoxicological insight into REE exploitations’ impact on aquatic biota
    Speaker: Ana Romero-Freire, LIEC Universitv© de Lorraine CNRS
  • Rare earth effects on microorganisms involved in anaerobic waste treatment
    Speaker: Yoshiko Fujita, Idaho National Laboratory
  • Biogeochemistry of seleniferous mine soils: Metal(loid) impacts on microbial community ecology
    Speaker: Carla Rosenfeld, University of Minnesota
  • Widespread atmospheric Tellurium contamination in industrial and remote regions of Canada
    Speaker: Johan Wiklund, Environment Climate Change Canada
  • The geochemistry and toxicology of rare earth elements
    Speaker: Jim McGeer, Wilfrid Laurier University

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  • Sulfate pollution enhances organic decomposition and releases N, P, and Hg
    Speaker: Edward Swain, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
  • Eutrophication effects of sulfate reduction in lakes and reservoirs – case studies and foundations
    Speaker: David Austin, CH2M
  • Assessing internal loading of methylmercury in a sulfate-impacted freshwater coastal estuary through extensive field study
    Speaker: Amber White, University of Minnesota Duluth
  • Statistical models predicting porewater sulfide from sulfate
    Speaker: Marta Dykhuizen Shore, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
  • Use of a Weight-of-Evidence Approach to Assess Sulfide Effects on Wild Rice in Minnesota
    Speaker: Michael Bock, Ramboll Environ
  • Sulfate release in the taconite mining region of northeastern Minnesota
    Speaker: Megan Kelly, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  • Microbial Ecology and Activities of a Sulfate-Reducing Bioelectrochemical Reactor in Northern Minnesota
    Speaker: Daniel Takaki, University of Minnesota

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  • Environmental Hazard Assessment of Low Molecular Weight Oligomeric Components of Polymers
    Speaker: Freeborn Jewett, U.S. EPA
  • The role of non-animal safety assessment methods in implementation of the new TSCA
    Speaker: Catherine Willett, The Humane Society of the United States
  • Incorporating High-Throughput in Vitro Bioactivity and Toxicokinetics with Predicted Exposure to Advance Screening-Level Human Health Risk Assessment
    Speaker: Katie Paul Friedman, U.S. EPA

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  • Incorporating Stakeholder Values into Sustainable Remediation: It’s all Social
    Speaker: Sabine Apitz, SEA Environmental Decisions Ltd
  • Sustainable Remediation of Solid Waste: How to Nip it in the BUD
    Speaker: Stacey Ng, Integral Consulting Inc.
  • Climate Implications of Feedstock Agnostic Biorefineries
    Speaker: Corinne Scown, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Using linear alkylbenzenes to identify anthropogenic contributions to aquatic pollution in complex ecosystem: case study of PRD, China
    Speaker: Linlin Xia, Jinan University
  • Translating the -omics toolbox to sustainability solutions
    Speaker: Deborah Carr, Texas Tech University
  • Assessing the potential contributions of the microbial communities occurring within concrete to environmental processes in built landscapes
    Speaker: Jordan Brown, Texas Tech University
  • Modeling Indoor Occupational Air Emissions of Nanomaterials for Life Cycle Assessment
    Speaker: Dingsheng Li, University of Nevada, Reno

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  • Explorations in Environmental Toxicology: A Summer Institute for High School Students
    Speaker: Faith Lambert, University of Florida
  • Out of the classroom and into a Superfund Site? Using real problems and real people to teach elements of toxicology
    Speaker: Murray Borrello, Alma College
  • Quantifying mine soil toxicity by undergraduates in a research course
    Speaker: Ken Sweat, Arizona State University West Campus
  • Place-Based Education and Environmental Toxicology
    Speaker: David Kimberly, Westminster College
  • Incorporating envir political scientists to environmental issues
    Speaker: Sam Nutile, Penn State Univ., The Behrend College
  • Ecotox in Excel: A tool to improve quantitative literacy
    Speaker: William Wilson, Illinois Wesleyan University
  • Using Individual Development Plans (IDPs) to Guide Student Professional Development Training in an Environmental Toxicology Curriculum
    Speaker: Jaclyn Canas-Carrell, Texas Tech University

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  • In Silico Prediction of Bioremediation Potential
    Speaker: Lawrence Wackett, University of Minnesota
  • Rapid Spatially Explicit Life Cycle Risk Assessment of Chemicals in Consumer Products – Case Study of Methylene Chloride in Paint Strippers
    Speaker: Mengya Tao, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Characterization of Unknown N-nitrosamines and Their Precursors in Wastewater
    Speaker: Changcheng Pu, Syracuse University
  • Mass Spectrometry Based Detection of Vitellogenin Peptides Across Fish Species for Assessing Exposure to Estrogenic Compounds in Aquatic Environments
    Speaker: Ping He, University at Buffalo
  • Detection of physiological activities of antidepressant pharmaceuticals in wastewater by fluorescence-based in vitro assay
    Speaker: Masaru Ihara, Kyoto University

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  • Assessing sources and fate of organic pollutants in San Francisco Bay using non-targeted analysis coupled with discrete and passive sampling
    Speaker: Lee Ferguson, Duke University
  • Developing new organic chemical tracers for hydraulic fracturing wastewaters
    Speaker: Jenna Luek, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
  • Evaluating the o-DGT passive sampler as a screening tool for suspect pharmaceuticals in wastewaters using High Resolution Mass Spectrometry
    Speaker: Jonathan Challis, University of Manitoba
  • Unregulated disinfection by-products: integration of temporal trends in occurrence, in vitro toxicity, and natural organic matter precursors
    Speaker: Christena Watts, University of Saskatchewan – Toxicology Centre

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  • Removal of microplastic from three wastewater treatment plants in Charleston, SC
    Speaker: Barbara Beckingham, College of Charleston
  • Tire Wear Particles: Occurrence, Fate, and Effects in the Charleston Harbor Estuary, South Carolina
    Speaker: Rachel Leads, College of Charleston
  • Understanding impacts of microplastics on Eastern oysters
    Speaker: Caitlin Wessel, Dauphin Island Sea Lab
  • Assessing Microplastics in the Mississippi River Watershed and Their Discharge to the Gulf of Mexico
    Speaker: Katherine Martin, Texas A&M Corpus Christi

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  • Assessing the distribution of neonicotinoids across Minnesota’s Prairie Pothole Region and their potential effects to aquatic invertebrates
    Speaker: Nathan Williams, North Dakota State University
  • Neonicotinoids in tree foliage: A risk for aquatic organisms?
    Speaker: Mirco Bundschuh, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
  • Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatments on aquatic invertebrates in Missouri wetland ecosystems
    Speaker: Kyle Kuechle, University of Missouri- Columbia
  • Investigating the Cumulative Toxicity of Imidacloprid, Clothianidin, and Thiamethoxam to Aquatic Insects under Laboratory and Field Conditions
    Speaker: Erin Maloney, University of Saskatchewan
  • Impacts of neonicotinoid seed-treatment use on non-target native pollinator abundance and diversity in Missouri agroecosystems
    Speaker: Anson Main, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • Field Studies of Risk of Imidacloprid to Birds in North America
    Speaker: David Fischer, Bayer CropScience LP

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  • Challenges in incorporating sub-organismal processes represented by quantitative AOPs into dynamic energy budget models
    Speaker: Roger Nisbet, University of California Santa Barbara
  • Connecting suborganismal and organismal responses using Dynamic Energy Budget Modeling and the ecological model species Fundulus heteroclitus
    Speaker: Louise Stevenson, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • Hormone-driven energy allocation for egg loading added to a dynamic energy budget model to predict the effects of endocrine disruption
    Speaker: Cheryl Murphy, Michigan State University
  • Daphnia as a model to advance Adverse Outcome Pathways
    Speaker: Natalia Vinas, Mississippi State University
  • Modeling concurrent nutrient and toxicant stressors under dynamic energy budget theory
    Speaker: Angela Peace, Texas Tech University
  • Advancing TKTD modelling of developmental toxicity: Quantifying glutathione dynamics in the developing rat embryo
    Speaker: Karin Veltman, University of Michigan

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  • Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Minnesota – Investigating a Multi-Site Legacy Megaplume and Hunting for Other Sources
    Speaker: Virginia Yingling, Minnesota Department of Health
  • Incorporating Indirect Exposure Pathways – Derivation of Health-based Water Guidance for PFOA and PFOS Using an Excel-based Toxicokinetic (TK) Model
    Speaker: Helen Goeden, Minnesota Department of Health
  • Longitudinal Biomonitoring for PFAS in a Minnesota Community with Past Drinking Water Exposures
    Speaker: Jessica Nelson, Minnesota Department of Health
  • The Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in Homes and Gardens Study: Implications for Human Exposure
    Speaker: Deanna Scher, Minnesota Department of Health
  • PFOS in Minnesota Fish: Data and Risk Assessment Considerations for Fish Consumption Advice
    Speaker: Daniel Villeneuve, U.S. EPA
  • Potential Applications of Weight of Evidence Methods to Water Quality Criteria
    Speaker: Patricia McCann, Minnesota Department of Health
  • Source of PFOS impairment associated with novel route of environmental release
    Speaker: Summer Streets, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

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  • Pharmaceuticals in Nigerian waters: An emerging pollutant
    Speaker: Nosakhare Erhunmwunse, University of Benin, Benin City, Nigeria
  • Understanding the fate of chemicals in land applied materials using multi-scale field studies
    Speaker: Les Carver, Waterborne Environmental, Inc.
  • Screening Level Values for Pharmaceuticals in Water: Providing Human Health Risk Context to Environmental Detections
    Speaker: Ashley Suchomel, Minnesota Department of Health
  • Transpiration strongly impacts plant uptake of pharmaceuticals: Experiments and modeling
    Speaker: Sara Nason, University of Wisconsin – Madison
  • Assessing Ecological Risk from the use of a Veterinary Medicinal Product in Cattle: Innovative Approaches for Wildlife Exposure Assessment
    Speaker: Josie Nusz, Exponent, Inc.
  • Environmental assessment of a veterinary drug (Revalor-XR) containing trenbolone acetate and 17Œ=-estradiol
    Speaker: Jane Staveley, Exponent

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  • Association of perfluoroalkyl acids (PFAAs) and maternal thyroid hormone status: a longitudinal assessment of gestation and postpartum relationships
    Speaker: Anthony Reardon, University of Alberta
  • PFOA and its Substitute GenX Found in the Environment around a Teflon Production Site in The Netherlands
    Speaker: Jacob de Boer, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Department Environment & Health
  • Identification of New Non-ionic, Cationic, Zwitterionic, and Anionic Polyfluorinated Substances
    Speaker: Feng Xiao, University of North Dakota
  • Contemporary and temporal investigation of per- and polyfluorinated compounds in Cape Fear river, North Carolina surface water samples
    Speaker: Mark Strynar, U.S. EPA
  • Development, Alternatives Assessment and Value-in-Use of Short-Chain Fluorotelomer-based Products for Textiles, AFFF, Carpets and Other End-Uses
    Speaker: Stephen Korzeniowski, BeachEdge Consulting
  • A systematic study of the binding of varying chain length perfluoroalkyl acids to human serum albumin
    Speaker: Laura MacManus-Spencer, Union College

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  • Genome resources and their use in identifying deleterious effects in ecotoxicological studies of true frogs
    Speaker: Caren Helbing, University of Victoria
  • Effects of polycylic aromatic hydrocarbons and hypoxia on Fundulus grandis transcriptomics
    Speaker: Marisol Sepulveda, Purdue University
  • The pesticide fipronil affects transcriptional networks related to mitochondrial dysfunction and methylation in zebrafish embryos (Danio rerio)
    Speaker: Christopher Martyniuk, University of Florida
  • Metabolomic Investigations of the Temporal Effects of Exposure to Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products and Their Mixture in the Eastern Oyster
    Speaker: David Brew, University of Georgia
  • Integration of chemical, organismal, and transcriptomic data reveals landscape-specific exposure effects to complex chemical mixtures
    Speaker: David Bertolatus, University of Colorado Denver
  • AOPXplorer: from networks to adverse outcomes
    Speaker: Natalia Vinas, Mississippi State University
  • Development of Metabolic Models Predictive of Intersex in Teleost Fish
    Speaker: Matthew Urich, University of Georgia
  • Disruption of the stress response in teleosts: The complexity and challenges of interrenal gland transcriptomics following fluoxetine exposure
    Speaker: Vance Trudeau, University of Ottawa

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  • Integrated transcriptional-regulatory and flux analysis models of piscine steroidogenesis
    Speaker: David Hala, Texas A&M University at Galveston
  • Impacts of crude oil on marine pelagic fish: from molecular and cellular responses to habitat utilization of wild mahi-mahi (Coryphaena hippurus)
    Speaker: Martin Grosell, University of Miami
  • Ontology-based Semantics Mapping and Its Applications in Toxicological Data Mining
    Speaker: Rong-Lin Wang, U.S. EPA
  • Forecasting Population-Level Impacts of Diverse Chemicals with a Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathway Model for Aromatase Inhibition in Small Fish
    Speaker: Michael Mayo, US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
  • The development of a biological response model using transcriptomic changes in Isidorella newcombi exposed to copper
    Speaker: Rodney Ubrihien, University of Canberra
  • Evaluating in vitro-in vivo extrapolation success for a series of model endocrine active toxicants
    Speaker: Irvin Schultz, NOAA NWFSC