2020 SETAC Europe Poster Presentations

Smithers is exhibiting at the SETAC SciCon Meeting, 3-7 May, 2020. 
Our scientists will present several posters during the virtual conference.
You can view poster overviews by clicking the videos below, and reach out to our experts with your questions. 
Click here for a printable list of presenters, or download the individual poster PDFs below.

Poster Index

Poster Title: Historical Sensitivity of Common Species Used In Non-Target Terrestrial Plant Testing   


Presenter: Christian Picard, Senior Research Biologist 
SETAC Europe Poster ID: 2.01P.15

Poster Title: Challenges in the One-size Fits All Approach to the Environmental Risk Assessment of Pharmaceuticals


Presenter: Erick Nfon, Regulatory Affairs Scientist
SETAC Europe Poster ID: 4.09P.20

Poster Title: The Effect of Laboratory Lighting on Isomerisation of Pesticides


Presenter: Joanne Gilbert, Study Director
SETAC Europe Poster ID: 3.10P.4  

Poster Title: Challenges with Aquatic Ecotoxicology Testing and Analytical Confirmation of Poorly Water Soluble UVCBs 


Presenter: Melissa Staggs, Biologist
SETAC Europe Poster ID: 8.05P.7

Poster Title: Comparison of EPA and ECHA Guidance on Characterization of Non-extractable Residues (NER) in Degradation Assessment


Presenter: Aleksandra Dean, Study Director
SETAC Europe Poster ID: 3.25P.4

Download the full SETAC Europe poster:


Environmental Fate

The Application of 2D HPLC to Address the Need to Investigate the Chiral Profile of Active Ingredients and Their Metabolites in Environmental Fate and Metabolism Studies
The Effect of Laboratory Lighting on Isomerisation of Pesticides
Comparison of EPA and ECHA guidance on characterization of non-extractable residues (NER) in degradation assessment

Regulatory

Challenges in the One-size Fits All Approach to the Environmental Risk Assessment of Pharmaceuticals

Ecotoxicology

Historical Sensitivity of Common Species Used In Non-Target Terrestrial Plant Testing
Challenges with aquatic ecotoxicology testing and analytical confirmation of poorly water soluble UVCBs
MEOGRT Test: A Practical Experience
Vitellogenin Analysis and the use of Aprotinin