28th Annual Meeting of Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Europe

The overarching theme for SETAC this year was “Responsible and Innovative Research for Environmental Quality”.

Jorke Kamstra with his poster "Zebrafish as a model to assess transgenerational effects of environmental stress via epigenetic inheritance"

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Yevgeniya Tomkiv
Jorke Kamstra (NMBU) chaired the zebrafish session "Fish Model Species in Human and Environmental Toxicology". It was split in two parts with six presentations on the zebrafish models using different exposure scenarios and toxicants, using different ‘omics’ techniques. The second part was on other fish species, with either environmental exposure scenarios and environmental monitoring. He also presented a poster on zebrafish epigenetics and how to use such data in risk assessment analysis.

Knut Erik Tollefsen (NIVA) presented research on Adverse Outcome Pathways and multiple stressor effects.

Yevgeniya Tomkiv at SETAC2018

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Lisa Rossbach
Yevgeniya Tomkiv (NMBU) presented her PhD research on stakeholder involvement in the session "The Need for Resilience in Environmental Impact Assessment"

CERAD's new PhD student Emil Jarosz (NMBU) presented a poster and held a presentation about his MSc project.

Emil Jarosz giving presentation on SETAC2018

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Yevgeniya Tomkiv

Published 27. June 2018 - 9:29 - Updated 27. June 2018 - 9:45