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!