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SETAC North America Annual Meeting – November 14-18, 2021

2021 SETAC Annual Meeting

Join us at the SETAC North America 42nd Annual Meeting (SETAC), virtually set in Portland, Oregon on November 14-18, 2021.

This year’s theme is “Solutions with Respect for Our Community and Environment”. Sessions cover topics such as Aquatic and Wildlife Toxicology, Ecology and Stress Response, and Environmental Risk Assessment. CSI will be sharing information from recent projects via on-demand presentation and poster formats. Find out about AMMPS as Leah Duzy demos the tool with a case study. Larry Brewer will describe progress being made for developing an RUD database based on compiled pollen and nectar pesticide residue data. David Campana will describe an example Weight of Evidence Analysis for the Cape Fear shiner. And Ashlea Frank will explore how conservation practices directly impact off-site movement of pesticides and reduce exposure to non-target species.

Presentations and posters will be available a week ahead of the conference, and three weeks after the conference. However, live group discussions will only be available during the week of the conference. Be sure to check out the program for more details.

Our staff will be available throughout this meeting to meet with you and answer any questions you have regarding our consultancy services.

Please complete the form below to reach one of our presenting and/or attending staff members directly. (* = required field)

Staff Presenting

SESSION: Advancing Endangered Species Risk Assessment and Mitigation from National-scale to Species-centric Assessments Using ‘Best Available’ Data

AUTHORS: Leah Duzy, Ashlea Frank (Compliance Services International); Tony Burd (Syngenta); Lula Ghebremichael (Syngenta Crop Protection, LLC); Ya-Wei Li (Environmental Policy Innovation Center); Dan Campbell (Independent Consultant)

SESSION: Trends in Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides

AUTHORS: Larry Brewer (Compliance Services International); Timothy Fredricks (Bayer CropScience); Silvia Hinarejos (Sumitomo Chemical Agro Europe); Max Feken (Syngenta); Timothy Joseph (Landis International, Inc.); Verissimo Sa (Dow AgroSciences); William Warren-Hicks (ECOSTAT)

SESSION: Trends in Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides

AUTHORS: David Campana, Leah Duzy, Ashlea Frank, Jeffrey Giddings (Compliance Services International)

SESSION: Advancing Endangered Species Risk Assessment and Mitigation from National-scale to Species-centric Assessments Using ‘Best Available’ Data

AUTHORS: Ashlea Frank, Leah Duzy (Compliance Services International); Timothy Fredricks (Bayer CropScience); John Marton (Corteva Agriscience); Tony Burd (Syngenta Crop Protection LLC)

SESSION: Trends in Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides

AUTHORS: Jennifer Stafford, Larry Brewer (Compliance Services International); Audrey Bone (Duke University); Steven Levine (Bayer AG – Crop Science Division); Daniel Edwards (BASF Corporation); Alan Jones (FMC Corporation); Spencer Mortensen (BASF Corporation); Richard Brain (Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.); Kevin Henry (NovaSource / Tessenderlo Kerley, Inc.); Mano Basu (CropLife America)

SESSION: Advances in Aquatic and Terrestrial Plant Ecotoxicology and Risk Assessment

AUTHORS: Clifford Habig (Compliance Services International)

Co-Authored Presentation

SESSION: When Standardized Regulatory Tests Are Not Enough

AUTHORS: Dwayne Moore (Instrinsik Ltd); Jeffrey Giddings (Compliance Services International); Jon Arnot (ARC Arnot Research & Consulting); James Armitage (AES Armitage Environmental Sciences, Inc.); Alan Samel (FMC Corporation); Rosa Trevisan (FMC Corporation); Theresa Geil (FMC Corporation)

Additional Staff Attending

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