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EPA Research

Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North America 38th Annual Meeting

Date and Time

Sunday 11/12/2017 7:00AM CST to Thursday 11/16/2017 6:30PM CST
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Location

Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55403

Details

EPA Research at SETAC | 2017

Exhibit Booth Location: 525/624

Overview

EPA scientists will participate in the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry on November 12-16.

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Presentations

Name Chairperson/Presenter Session Title Presentation Title Date Time Session Room
Lawrence Burkhard Presenter, Session Chair Food Web Models – Lowering Uncertainties in Predictions at Contaminated Sediment Sites   Monday 8:00 AM 101DG
Kevin Flynn Presenter Aquatic Toxicology and Ecology – Endocrine Disruptors Evolution of the Medaka Extended One Generation Reproduction Test (MEOGRT) Monday 8:00 AM 101EF
Carlie LaLone Presenter, Session Chair 21st Century Approaches for Capturing Diversity in Species Sensitivity to Chemicals    Monday 8:00 AM Auditorium 1
Marc Mills Session Chair Recent Advances and Future Direction of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Research    Monday 8:00 AM Auditorium 3
Jennifer Olker Presenter, Session Chair Aquatic Toxicology and Ecology – Endocrine Disruptors    Monday 8:00 AM 101EF
MJ See Presenter Aquatic Toxicology and Ecology – Endocrine Disruptors  Characterization of vitellogenin expression in male fathead minnow using current com­mercially available assays  Monday 8:20 AM 101EF
Dale Hoff Presenter New Approaches to Long-Standing Challenges With Metals – TRV Development and Evaluating Effects in the Field New Applications in USEPA’s ECOTOX Knowledgebase: Relative Potencies of Metals Across Chemical and Biological Species  Monday 8:40 AM 200BC
Lawrence Burkhard Presenter, Session Chair Food Web Models – Lowering Uncertainties in Predictions at Contaminated Sediment Sites    Monday 10:00 AM 101DG
Carlie LaLone Presenter, Session Chair 21st Century Approaches for Capturing Diversity in Species Sensitivity to Chemicals   Monday 10:00 AM Auditorium 1
Mark Strynar Presenter Recent Advances and Future Direction of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances Research  Contemporary and temporal investigation of per- and polyfluorinated compounds in Cape Fear river, North Carolina surface water samples  Monday 10:20 AM Auditorium 3
Katie Paul Friedman Presenter Implementation of TSCA as Amended by the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act – Science Issues  Incorporating High-Throughput in Vitro Bio-activity and Toxicokinetics with Predicted Expo-sure to Advance Screening-Level Human Health Risk Assessment  Monday 11:00 AM Auditorium 2
Tim Canfield Session Chair Conflicts of Interest and Normative Science – Is It a Problem in Environmental Science?    Monday 1:00 PM Auditorium 3
Tim Canfield Session Chair/Presenter Conflicts of Interest and Normative Science – Is It a Problem in Environmental Science?  Normative Science: What is it, how per­vasive is it in the environmental sciences, and should we be concerned?  Monday 1:00 PM Auditorium 3
Drew Ekman Session Chair Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Occurrence and Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern – Part 1   Monday 1:00 PM Auditorium 1
David Lehmann Session Chair Expanding Beyond the Honey Bee – Novel Approaches for Advancing Risk Assessment for Non-Apis Bees    Monday 1:00 PM 101AJ
Carlie LaLone Presenter Expanding Beyond the Honey Bee – Novel Approaches for Advancing Risk Assessment for Non-Apis Bees Taxonomic relevance of an adverse outcome pathway network considering Apis and non-Apis bees  Monday 1:20 PM 101AJ
Brett Blackwell Presenter Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Occurrence and Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern  USEPA bioeffects monitoring under the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Overview of efforts to assess the biological impacts of CECs Monday 1:40 PM Auditorium 1
Dan Villeneuve Presenter, Session Chair Immunotoxicology – Impacts of Contaminants on Immune Function and Susceptibility to Disease   Monday 3:00 PM Auditorium 1
David Lehmann Presenter Expanding Beyond the Honey Bee – Novel Approaches for Advancing Risk Assessment for Non-Apis Bees  Evaluating the Potential for Bumble Bee Micro-colonies to Inform Risk Assessment  Monday 4:00 PM 101AJ
Glenn Suter Session Chair Using Mesocosm and Field Study Results to Set Regulatory Thresholds for Pesticides – Challenges and Opportunities (poster session)   Tuesday    
Joel Allen Session Chair Chemical, Biological and Instrumental Methods for Detecting Harmful Algae Blooms and Their Natural Toxins    Tuesday 8:00 AM 200GF
James Lazorchak Session Chair Chemical, Biological and Instrumental Methods for Detecting Harmful Algae Blooms and Their Natural Toxins    Tuesday 8:00 AM 200GF
Dave Mount Presenter, Session Chair The Ecotoxicology of Elevated Major Ion Mixtures in Fresh Waters    Tuesday 8:00 AM 101BI
Christopher Nietch Session Chair The Ecotoxicology of Elevated Major Ion Mixtures in Fresh Waters    Tuesday 8:00 AM 101BI
Susan Glassmeyer Presenter Integrated Tools for Improving Environmental Fate and Risk Assessment for Unregulated Contaminants and Their Mixtures – Part 1  Contaminants of Emerging Concern During De Facto Water Reuse  Tuesday 10:00 AM Auditorium 3
Dave Mount Presenter The Ecotoxicology of Elevated Major Ion Mixtures in Fresh Waters Similarities and differences in acute response to major ions among several aquatic species: Implications for guideline develop­ment Tuesday 10:00 AM 101BI
Toby Sanan Presenter Aquatic Toxicology and Ecology – Part 1  Measuring Total Microcystins in Fish Tissue using the 2-methyl-3-methoxy-4-phenyl­butyric acid (MMPB) procedure  Tuesday 10:00 AM 200GF
Robert Zucker Presenter Chemical, Biological and Instrumental Methods for Detecting Harmful Algae Blooms and Their Natural Toxins  The Detection of Cyanobacteria, Algae, and Picoplankton using Flow Cytometry, Morphology and Hyperspectral Imaging  Tuesday 11:00 AM 200GF
Christina Baghdikian Session Chair One Health – Opportunities for SETAC Leadership in Integrating Environmental, Human and Animal Health    Tuesday 1:00 PM 101DG
Randall Briuns Session Chair Ecosystem Services as a Basis for Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals – New Approaches and Research Needs    Tuesday 1:00 PM Auditorium 1
Carlie LaLone Presenter, Session Chair Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach   Tuesday 1:00 PM Auditorium 2
Carlie LaLone Presenter Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach  Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Framework – An International Horizon Scanning Approach  Tuesday 1:00 PM Auditorium 2
Tim Canfield Presenter Ecosystem Services as a Basis for Ecological Risk Assessment of Chemicals – New Approaches and Research Needs  Aligning ecological models and ecosys­tem service endpoints  Tuesday 1:20 PM Auditorium 1
Paul Ringold Presenter One Health – Opportunities for SETAC Leadership in Integrating Environmental, Human and Animal Health  Linking Indicators are a Key to Integrative Science  Tuesday 1:20 PM 101DG
Dan Villeneuve Presenter Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach Adverse Outcome Pathway Networks: Development, Analytics, and Applications  Tuesday 1:40 PM Auditorium 2
Nathan Pollesch Presenter Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach  Adverse Outcome Pathway Network Analyses: Techniques and Benchmarking the AOPwiki  Tuesday 2:00 PM Auditorium 2
Carlie LaLone Presenter, Session Chair Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach   Tuesday 3:00 PM Auditorium 2
Gerald Ankley Presenter Advancing the Adverse Outcome Pathway Concept – An International Horizon Scanning Approach Realizing the Promise of AOPs: A Stakeholder-Driven Roadmap to the Future Tuesday 3:40 PM Auditorium 2
Wayne Munns Presenter Fate, Toxicology or Risk Assessment of Materials of Interest to the Military Ecological Production Functions Linking Multiple Stressors to Ecosystem Services – A Case Study Tuesday 3:40 PM Auditorium 1
Bill Fisher Presenter One Health – Opportunities for SETAC Leadership in Integrating Environmental, Human, and Animal Health Integrating Human Health and Ecological Integrity into a Systems Framework Tuesday 4:00 PM 101DG
Elin Ulrich Session Chair Environmental -omics Measurements – Applications to Human and Ecological Exposure and Health    Wednesday 8:00 AM 200GF
Matthew Etterson Presenter Birds Under Stress – Integrative Studies for Understanding Effects of Environmental Pollution in the Wild – Part 1  A spatially explicit model for estimating risks of pesticide exposure to bird populations  Wednesday 9:00 AM 101AJ
Quincy Teng Presenter Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing for Ecotoxicity Assessments  Assessing chemical exposure and ecological impacts of environmental surface waters using cell culture-based metabolomics  Wednesday 9:00 AM Auditorium 1
Roger Yeardley Presenter Remediation/Restoration – Innovative Design and Monitoring Techniques  Assessing remediation of contaminated sediments on the Ottawa River using chemical and biological endpoints  Wednesday 9:00 AM 101DG
Jeff Denny Presenter Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing for Ecotoxicity Assessments  Screening the ToxCast Phase I, II, and e1K Chemical Libraries for Inhibition of Deiodinase Type 1,2, and 3 Enzyme Activity  Wednesday 10:20 AM Auditorium 1
Lawrence Burkhard Presenter Remediation and Restoration – Assessing and Measuring Effectiveness for Contaminated Sediment Developing Sediment Remediation Goals at Superfund Sites Based on Pore Water for the Protection of Benthic Organisms from Direct Toxicity Wednesday 1:00 PM 101DG
Drew Ekman Session Chair Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Occurrence and Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern – Part 2   Wednesday 1:00 PM Auditorium 1
Russell Erickson Presenter Systems Biology for Ecotoxicology – From Gene to Ecosystem – Part 2  Developing an integral projection model to inform grass carp management Wednesday 1:00 PM Auditorium 2
Marc Mills Session Chair Remediation and Restoration – Assessing and Measuring Effectiveness for Contaminated Sediment    Wednesday 1:00 PM 101DG
Jonathan Mosley Presenter Great Lakes Restoration Initiative – Occurrence and Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern – Part 2  High-resolution Mass Spectrometry of Skin Mucus for Monitoring Physiological Impacts in Fish Exposed to Wastewater Effluent at a Great Lakes AOC  Wednesday 1:40 PM Auditorium 1
Dan Villeneuve Presenter, Session Chair Systems Biology for Ecotoxicology – From Gene to Ecosystem – Part 2   Wednesday 3:00 PM Auditorium 2
Rong-Lin Wang Presenter Systems Biology for Ecotoxicology – From Gene to Ecosystem – Part 2  Ontology-based Semantics Mapping and Its Applications in Toxicological Data Mining  Wednesday 3:00 PM Auditorium 2
Dave Mount  Presenter A 50-Year Retrospective of Scientific Contributions of the Duluth USEPA Water Lab to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  The Genesis and Early History of the USEPA Research Laboratory in Duluth  Thursday 8:00 AM Auditorium 2
Glenn Suter Presenter More Data Is Not Always Better – Using Weight-of-Evidence Approaches in Environmental Risk Characterization  A Framework for Inference by Weight-of- Evidence in Ecological Assessments  Thursday 8:00 AM 200DE
Russell Erickson Presenter A 50-Year Retrospective of Scientific Contributions of the Duluth USEPA Water Lab to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Aquatic Life Criteria: The 1985 Guidelines and Beyond Thursday 8:20 AM Auditorium 2
Dave Mount Presenter A 50-Year Retrospective of Scientific Contributions of the Duluth USEPA Water Lab to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  The incorporation of toxicity testing into the assessment and management of effluents and contaminated sediments Thursday 8:40 AM Auditorium 2
Wayne Munns Presenter Ecosystem Services, Stakeholder Values and Sustainability Ecosystem Services in the Great Lakes - Results of a Summit  Thursday 8:40 AM Auditorium 1
John Nichols Presenter A 50-Year Retrospective of Scientific Contributions of the Duluth USEPA Water Lab to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry  Development of physiologically based toxicokinetic (PBTK) models for fish: Confessions of a former fish physiologist  Thursday 10:20 AM Auditorium 2
Dan Villeneuve Presenter A 50-Year Retrospective of Scientific Contributions of the Duluth USEPA Water Lab to Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Ecotoxicology in the 21st Century – AOPs, HTT and Other Acronyms Thursday 11:00 AM Auditorium 2
Robert Burgess Presenter, Session Chair Microplastics in the Aquatic Environment – Fate and Effects   Thursday 1:00 PM Auditorium 2
Kay Ho Presenter, Session Chair Microplastics in the Aquatic Environment – Fate and Effects    Thursday 1:00 PM Auditorium 2
Robert Burgess Presenter, Session Chair Microplastics in the Aquatic Environment – Fate and Effects   Thursday 3:00 PM Auditorium 2
Kay Ho Presenter, Session Chair Microplastics in the Aquatic Environment – Fate and Effects    Thursday 3:00 PM Auditorium 2

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