SETAC 2016

Scientists from Unilever SEAC will be presenting different aspects of our research at one of the annual Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) meeting in Nantes, France (22nd-26th May, 2016). Details of oral presentations and posters can be found below.
For full details of the event please visit the SETAC website.

UNILEVER ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Monday, May 23rd 
A large-scale probabilistic exposure model to contextualise monitoring data for use in screening. Authors J Kilgallon, A Franco, O Price, J Hodges.
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Monday, May 23rd 
Exposure hotspots and source apportionment analysis of home and personal care products chemicals in Asia. Authors C Wannaz, O Jolliet (University of Michigan), A Franco, J Hodges, J Kilgallon.
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Wednesday, May 25th
Building improved in-vitro exposure assessment capability: Towards the development and implementation of enhanced QIVIVE tools. Authors T Gouin, JA Arnot, MR Embry.
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Wednesday, May 25th
Evaluation of currently available methods for determining log KOW values of surfactants. Authors G Hodges, J Adnett, B Bossuyt, A Bouvy, CV Eadsforth, M Enrici, M Geurts, D Miller, G Oetter, P Sun, J Nenzmer.
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Wednesday, May 25th
Mapping risk assessment challenges for HPC ingredients: a chemical space analysis. Authors C Rendal, O Price, T Gouin.
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Wednesday, May 25th
Integrated presentation of ecological risk from multiple stressors. Authors B Goussen, C Rendal, A Franco, O Price, R Ashauer.
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Wednesday, May 25th
Molecular toxicology approaches to address the adverse outcome pathway for narcosis toxicity using Caenorhabditis elegans and the RTgill cell line as model systems. Authors EK Brockmeier (University of Liverpool), P Antczak, G Hodges, E Butler, C Rendal, S Gutsell, F Falciani.
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POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Monday, May 23rd 
Estimates of chemical emissions resulting from the use of personal care products. Authors M Douziech (Radbound University), A Franco, J Hendriks, M Huijbregts, H King, R Oldenkamp, R Van Zelm.
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Monday, May 23rd 
Applying the RAIDAR model for ecological risk assessment: A case study for 10 organic flame retardants. Authors JA Arnot (Arnot Research & Consulting), A Falls, JM Armitage, T Gouin, L Toose, MA Bonnell.
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Tuesday, May 24th
Investigating an ecosystem services framework to advance chemical risk assessment and risk management. Authors S Marshall, AR Brown, G Whale, M Jackson, M Hamer, A Solga, P Solga, P Kabouw, RW Woods, S Nadzialek, L Maltby, M Galay-Burgos.
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Tuesday, May 25th
Developing an enhanced experimental work-flow for maximising the use of omics data within the Adverse Outcome Pathway framework. Authors N Taylor (University of Birmingham), S Schade, E Butler, S Gutsell, J Zhou, N Shi, S He, KG Sappington, A Biales, GT Ankley, J Colbourne, MR Viant, G Hodges.
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Wednesday, May 25th
High Throughput Chronic Experiments and Mechanistic modelling for ERA. Authors B Goussen, C Rendal, E Butler, J Roberts, O Price, A Franco, T Gouin, G Hodges, T Jager.
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