NIVA at SETAC 2021

NIVA are represented with more than 20 presentations, and have contributed to even more, at SETAC Europe 2021. You'll find an overview over our contributions below. Visit our virtual booth during the event 3-6. May 2021 to connect with us.

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Poster presentations

ID 4.01.07: A Prototype Bayesian Network for the Environmental Risk Assessment of Pharmaceuticals in Norway. Presented by Samuel Welch. Other NIVA-contributors: Jannicke Moe, Knut Erik Tollefsen, Merete Grung.           
Session: Artificial Intelligence Approaches in Environmental Risk Assessment: Bayesian Networks, Machine Learning and Predictive Modelling

ID 4.14.23: Antifoulants, Veterinary Medicinal Products and Organic Material Can Affect Marine Sediment Organisms, but to What Extent? – ANTIVENOM. Presented by Simon Rodriguez. Other NIVA-contributors: Tânia Gomez, Adam Lillicrap, Karina Petersen, Anders Ruus, Ailbhe Macken. Session: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment - a Global Challenge

ID 1.08.09: Chitin Synthase 1 Inhibition Leading to Mortality: Strategies for Evolving a Qualitative to a Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathway. Presented by Simon Schmid. Other NIVA-contributors: You Song, Knut Erik Tollefsen.          
Session: Integrating New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) and Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways (qAOPs) from Development to Deployment into Risk Assessment and Decision-Making

ID 2.04.04: Combined Effects of Gamma Radiation and Depleted Uranium on Aquatic Macrophyte Lemna minor. Presented by Li Xie. Other NIVA-contributors: You Song, Knut Erik Tollefsen.
Session: Aquatic and Terrestrial Plant Ecology, Ecotoxicology and Risk Assessment

ID 1.02.04: Ecotoxicology Assessment of PMMA Nanoplastics Using Haemocytes From Mytilus edulis. Presented by Maria Elisabetta Michelangeli. Other NIVA-contributors: Tânia Gomes.
Session: Alternative Methods for Safety Assessment of Nanomaterials in the Aquatic Environment

ID 6.04.12: ENTRANS: Investigating the ENvironmental Impacts of TRANSformed Engineered Nanomaterials Released From Wastewater Treatment Plants. Presented by Anastasia Georgantzopoulou. Other NIVA-contributors: Ailbhe Macken, Kuria Ndungu, Sebastian Kuehr, Saer Samanipour, Karina Petersen, Tania Gomes, Maria Hultman, Adam Lillicrap.
Session: New Standardized Methods for Nanomaterial Testing: Knowledge Transfer from Research to Regulation and Vice Versa

ID 3.08.06: EUROqCHARM - Assuring Reproducible, Harmonised and Quality-Controlled Assessments of Plastic Pollution. Presented by Amy Lusher. Other NIVA-contributors: Bert Van Bavel.
Session: Harmonized Data Reporting and Analyses in Micro- and Nanoplastics Research

ID 6.01.07: Impacts of Salmon Lice Treatment (H2O2) on Coastal Shrimp Populations: A Probabilistic Risk Assessment Approach. Presented by Jannicke Moe. Other NIVA-contributors: Dag Hjermann, Magnus Norling.
Session: Creating a Sustainable Future for the Marine Environment

ID 3.08.12: Large-Scale Study of Microplastics in Five Bivalve Species From the Nordic Marine Environment. Presented by Inger Lise Nerland Bråte. Other NIVA-contributors: Amy Lusher, Rachel Hurley, Nina Buenaventura, Maria Hultman, Norman Green.
Session: Harmonized Data Reporting and Analyses in Micro- and Nanoplastics Research

ID 2.11.10: Mercury Risk Evaluation, Risk Management and Risk Reduction Measures in the Arctic (ARCRISK). Presented by Jannicke Moe. Other NIVA-contributors: Cathrine Gundersen.            
Session: Unravelling the Occurrence and Impact of Multiple Stressors of Natural and Antropogenic Origin Pollutants in Polar Regions

ID: 1.01.03: Performance of Three-Dimensional Rainbow Trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Hepatocyte Spheroids for Evaluating Biotransformation of Three Different Fragrance Chemicals. Presented by Maria T. Hultman. Other NIVA-contributors: Karina Petersen, Adam Lillicrap.   
Session: Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing for Ecotoxicity and Environmental Risk Assessments

ID 4.01.09: Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Pesticides for a Norwegian Case Study: A Bayesian Network Approach. Presented by Sophie Mentzel. Other NIVA-contributors: Merete Grung, Knut Erik Tollefsen, Karina Petersen, Jannicke Moe.
Session: Artificial Intelligence Approaches in Environmental Risk Assessment: Bayesian Networks, Machine Learning and Predictive Modelling

ID 1.08.11: Quantification of an AOP Network for Effects of UV Radiation by Statistical and Bayesian Network Modelling. Presented by Jannicke Moe. Other NIVA-contributors: Knut Erik Tollefsen, You Song.
Session: Integrating New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) and Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways (qAOPs) from Development to Deployment into Risk Assessment and Decision-Making

ID 2.08.09: Ultraviolet B Modulates Stress Responses of Lemna minor to Gamma Radiation at Multiple Levels of Biological Organization. Presented by Li Xie. Other NIVA-contributors: You Song, Karina Petersen, Knut Erik Tollefsen.
Session: Multiple Stressor Effects in Aquatic Organisms and Ecosystems under a Changing Climate

Platform presentations

ID 3.06.03: Extended Analysis of More PACs Than PAH16 Combined With Multivariate Methods Allowed Determination of Additional Sources to PACs in Sediment Near an Aluminium Smelter in Sweden. Presented by Merete Grung. Other NIVA-contributors: Sondre Meland, Ailbhe Macken. Session: Environmental Forensics - State of the Science and Global Applications

ID 3.08.24: In Search of the Quality of Micro and Nano Plastics Analysis and Reference Materials. Presented by Bert Van Bavel. Other NIVA-contributors: Amy Lusher, Elena Martinez-Frances.
Session: Harmonized Data Reporting and Analyses in Micro- and Nanoplastics Research

ID 1.08.10: Multiomics Dose-Response Modeling Identifies Low-Dose Hazards of Ionizing Radiation to Daphnia and Supports an Adverse Outcome Pathway Network. Presented by You Song. Other NIVA-contributors: Knut Erik Tollefsen.
Session:  Integrating New Approach Methodologies (NAMs) and Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathways (qAOPs) from Development to Deployment into Risk Assessment and Decision-Making

ID 1.01.07: Regulating a SWiFT Transition: A Bayesian Network As Weight-Of-Evidence Approach to Replace the AFT With the FET. Presented by Raoul Wolf . Other NIVA-contributors: Jannicke Moe, Adam Lillicrap.            
Session: Alternative Approaches to Animal Testing for Ecotoxicity and Environmental Risk Assessments

ID 4.14.02: Use of Pharmaceutical Sales Data for Efficient Prediction of Environmental Risk. Presented by Samuel Welch. Other NIVA-contributors: Jannicke Moe, Knut Erik Tollefsen, Merete Grung.
Session: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment - a Global Challenge

ID 4.01.08: Weight of Evidence by Conditional Probabilities: A Bayesian Network Model for Predicting Fish Acute Toxicity Based on Fish Embryo Testing. Presented by Jannicke Moe. Other NIVA-contributors: Raoul Wolf, Adam Lillicrap.              
Session: Artificial Intelligence Approaches in Environmental Risk Assessment: Bayesian Networks, Machine Learning and Predictive Modelling

ID 4.10.09: Probabilistic Risk Assessment of Pesticides Under Present and Future Agricultural and Climate Scenarios Using a Bayesian Network. Presented by Sophie Mentzel. Other NIVA-contributors: Merete Grung, Knut Erik Tollefsen, Jannicke Moe.
Session:  Interactions between Global Climate Change and Contaminants: the Need for a New Environmental Assessment Paradigm

Other presentations with contributions from NIVA

ID 3.12.01: Chemicals in Plastic Consumer Products and Their Role in Plastic Toxicity. Presented by Lisbet Sorensen. NIVA-contributors:  Tânia Gomes, Ana Almeida.

ID 3.08.05: How Can Risk Assessment Data for Micro- and NanoPlastics Contaminations Be Generated in a Way That Is Useful for the Development of LCIA Models? Presented by Cecilia A. Askham. NIVA-contributor: Amy Lusher.

ID 6.01.01: JPI Oceans Knowledge Hub: Integrated Assessment of New Pollutants. Presented by Isabelle Schulz. NIVA-contributor: Adam Lillicrap.

ID 3.12.13: Main Drivers of Microplastic Toxicity in the Marine Polychaete Capitella Spp. Effects of Physical and Chemical Exposure From Different Plastic Materials. Presented by Inger Larsen Lyngstad. NIVA-contributor: Tânia Gomes.

ID 2.05.01: Maternal Transfer and Occurrence of Siloxanes, Chlorinated Paraffins and Legacy POPs in Herring Gulls (Larus argentatus) of Different Urban Influence. Presented by Helene Skjeie Thorstensen. NIVA-contributors: Anders Ruus, Kine Bæk.

ID 3.11.11: Occurrence of Microplastics in Coastal Sediments From the Inner Oslofjord, Norway . Presented by Laura Bronzo. NIVA-contributors:        Amy Lusher, Merete Schøyen.

ID 1.08.12: Piecewise Structural Equation Modeling Aided Construction of a Quantitative Adverse Outcome Pathway Network. Presented by Yang Cao. NIVA-contributors:  Jannicke Moe, Knut Erik Tollefsen, You Song

ID 4.10.01: The ECORISK2050 Project: Predicting the Effects of Global Change on the Emission, Fate, Effects and Risks of Chemicals in Aquatic Ecosystems. Presented by Paul van den Brink. NIVA-contributors: Samuel Welch, Sophie Mentzel, Jannicke Moe.

ID 3.13.18: The Paper Industry - a Largely Overlooked Environmental Source of Perfluoroalkyl Acids (PFAA)?        . Presented by Hakon Austad Langberg. NIVA-contributor: Morten Jartun

ID 2.08.16: Using Definitive Screening Design to Conduct Complex Experimental Testing of Chemical and Non-Chemical Mixtures. Presented by Chloe Eastabrook. NIVA-contributors: Karina Petersen, Li Xie, You Song, Raoul Wolf, Knut Erik Tollefsen.

ID 2.04.01: Validating the Use of Definitive Screening Design to Conduct Metal Mixture Effects Assessments With a Marine Microalgae. Presented by Chloe Eastabrook. NIVA-contributors: You Song, Knut Erik Tollefsen.
 

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Last updated 29.04.2021