Happy to say registration is now open. To register go here: details are below (and there are even more details on the registration page.) Hope to see you there!! (Any questions please contact Emily, email@example.com.)
The detailed meeting program will be posted in May. Instead of a keynote we will have a panel discussion: “Endocrine Disruption Then and Now” focusing on how the emergence of endocrine disruptors as a field has influenced human and wildlife toxicology and regulation; and how this may play out going forward.
Sessions will cover a wide range of informative and interesting topics that may include, but are not limited to:
- endocrine disruption
- metals: fate and effects
- environmental and analytical chemistry
- green chemistry
- sediments and soils
- perfluorinated compounds in groundwater
- pharmaceuticals in water
- climate change
- nanomaterials and toxicity
- communicating and translating risk and research to policy makers and the public
Short Course: The Causal Analysis Framework: Using Case Studies to Understand the Approach, Applications, and Challenges
With the growing challenge multiple stressors potentially causing environmental harm, the causal analysis framework offers a clear, scientifically defensible and robust path to successful risk management. This course will provide attendees with an understanding of the power of causal analysis and the skills to apply the framework to their own cases by laying a sound foundation in the methods of the framework, exploring the challenges, using examples to demonstrate concepts and working with participants through a hands-on case study.