Integral staff members Paul DeLeo, Ph.D., Robert Pastorok, Ph.D., and Brandon Sackmann, Ph.D., will present on a variety of risk-related topics at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe 29th annual meeting. Vice President Judi Durda will chair a session on antimicrobial resistance, and Dr. DeLeo will chair a session on methods for identifying chemicals of greatest concern. Held in Helsinki, Finland, on May 26–30, 2019, the meeting will provide opportunities to present, debate, and disseminate the most recent scientific knowledge, developments, and applications for reducing and regulating the use of chemicals in the environment; remediating soil, air, and water pollution; and proposing the use of more sustainable chemicals.
Schedule of Integral’s Activity
Monday, May 27
- MO179. Multi-Model Framework for Assessing Pesticide Risk across Ecological Hierarchies
Authors: D. Preziosi, B. Sackmann, Y. Atalay, and R. Pastorok (Integral); J. Davies (Syngenta, U.K.) and N. Galic (Syngenta Crop Protection LLC, U.S.)
Presenter: Rob Pastorok
- MO192. Do we need new chemical assessment criteria? Consideration of the recent proposal for application of persistent, mobile and toxic (PMT) criteria
Authors: P. DeLeo (Integral) and S. Hartigan (American Chemistry Council)
Presenter: Paul DeLeo
Technical Sessions 1:55–3:30 p.m.
Resistance in the Environment
Session Chairs: Alistair Boxall and Judi Durda (Integral)
and Methods for Identifying Chemicals of Greatest Concern
Session Chairs: Paul DeLeo (Integral), Mark Bonnell, and Todd Gouin
Tuesday, May 28
Platform Presentation 11:25–11:40 a.m.
- 286. A Multi-model Approach for Increasing Environmental Realism in Risk Assessment for Plants
Authors: B. Sackmann, D. Preziosi, R. Pastorok, and Y. Atalay (Integral); J. Davies (Syngenta, U.K.) and N. Galic (Syngenta Crop Protection LLC, U.S.)
Presenter: Brandon Sackmann