GEI to Present at SETAC

Event Date: November 4-8

GEI will be attending and presenting at the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) North America 39th Annual Meeting, November 4-8, 2018, at the  Sacramento Convention Center in Sacramento, CA. SETAC is dedicated to the management and regulation of natural resources, research and development and environmental education.

Visit us at Booth #313.

The following GEI professionals will be presenting and exhibiting:


Derivation and Application of Thresholds for Metals Using Bioavailability-Based Approaches
Monday November 5, 10:00 a.m.
Bob Gensemer

Moving Forward: Implementation of Tissue-Based Selenium Criteria in Absence of Guidance
Wednesday November 7, 1:40 p.m.
Sarah Skigen-Caird, Suzanne Pargee, and Steve Canton


Data derived from heterogeneous Stock Cultures Linger in Criteria Database
Dan Guth, Suzanne Pargee, and Steve Canton

Reassessment of Molybdenum Criteria Based on New Toxicity Data on Tubifex tubifex
Bolor Bertelmann, Suzanne Pargee, and Steve Canton

USEPA’s Current Ceriodaphnia dubia WET Method and Other Applications to Better Understand Toxicity to Aquatic Life at Complex Sites
Natalie Love and Sarah Skigen-Caird

Improving Communication Between the WET Laboratory and Regulatory Authority
Natalie Love and Sarah Skigen-Caird

An Evaluation of Perfluoralkyl substances-based Fish Consumption Advisories in North America
Ryan Holem

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