PROTECT Trainees and Researchers Presented at the SETAC Annual Meeting in November, 2013

PROTECT Trainees and Researchers presented at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North America 34th Annual Meeting, on November 17th – 21st in Nashville, TN.

The SETAC Annual Meeting is a 5-day event with training and learning opportunities for over 2,000 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers to gain knowledge and skills in the latest cutting-edge environmental research and science.

PROTECT posters presented at the SETAC are linked below:

Ljiljana Rajic, Postdoc Trainee, Project 5“Electrochemical Removal of Trichloroethylene from Groundwater: Polarity Reversal for Sustainable Treatment.”

Norma Torres, MS Trainee, Project 4 – “Assessment of Changes in Potential Contamination Exposure in a Karst Aquifer Using GIS and Temporal Analysis.”

Harry Edenborn, Ph.D., DOE National Energy Technology Lab, PROTECT Project 4 collaborator – “Development of methods to quantify the transport of NAPL-analog hydrogel tracer beads in Karst Systems.”

PROTECT research presentations given at SETAC:

Dr. Jiaqi Lan and Prof. April Gu, Project 5 – “Quantitative toxicogenomics evaluation of DEHP, MEHP and the metabolites mixture using a yeast stress pathway ensemble library.”

Na Gou, Project 5 – “Toxicity Evolution Along Oxidative Degradation of Environmental Micropollutants,” and “Toxcicogenomic Approach for Investigating the Combined Effects of Mixtures.”

Dr. Liza Anzalota M.D., M.P.H. , Core C – “Puerto Rico Testsite for Exploring Contamination Threats (PROTECT): Recruitment Profile and its Impact on Community.”

Photos of PROTECT researchers and trainees at SETAC are below!