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The SETAC-CPRC Board of Directors announced the recipients of the 2011 Student Travel Awards: 

  • Natasha Andrade, University of Maryland.  Utilizing thin-film SPE methodology to assess DDT and dieldrin bioavailability to earthworms.  Advised by Dr. Alba Torrents.
  • Talia Chalew, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.  The fate and cellular toxicity of silver, zinc oxide, titanium dioxide engineered nanoparticles in water.  Advised by Dr. Kellogg Schwab.
  • Rebecca Lazarus, USGS-Patuxent Wildlife Research Center/ University of Maryland.  Apparent tolerance of common tern (Sterna hirundo) embryos to a pentabrominated diphenyl ether mixture (DE-71).  Advised by Dr. Barnett Rattner.

Each of these students will receive a $350 award in support of their attendance of the conference in Boston.  The awards will be given to in person to these students at at SETAC-Boston during the CPRC meeting (Wednesday, November 16th,  3-5p in Room 204)



November 11, 2011


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