The Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) and the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES) invite you to participate in a Special Joint Session to be held on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th May at the SETAC Europe Annual Meeting in the Milan International Convention Centre (MIC). This Special Session will address advancements in environmental, consumer and occupational exposure science required to meet the demands of changing global regulatory landscape.
The expected outcome is to foster better communication and promote consistent, integrated approaches among scientists and regulatory decision-makers in addressing source/ receptor links to assess impacts of chemicals on human health, ambient environments, and ecological receptors. Poster presentations addressing associated topics are encouraged.
- Session One: Chemical Regulatory Policy: Ensuring we have the exposure science capacity for sound decision-making, Chaired by Christine Norman (Health Canada)
- Session Two: Emission and exposure characterization of environmental, consumer and occupational health,Chaired by Tim Kedwards (S C Johnson) and Oliver Price (Unilever)
- Session Three: Advances in Exposure-Science Research and Technology: Expanding the Integration Among Multiple Disciplines, Chaired by Tom McKone (University of California)
- Poster Session: Integrating the Sciences and Development of Methods, Approaches and Tools to Meet Emerging Exposure Needs in Chemical Regulation, Chaired by Christina Cowan-Ellsberry (CE2 Consulting)
Registration: Online registration is open from 17 January to 2 May 2011. Early registration fees are available until 10 March. To register online click here.
Programme: The scientific programme of the SETAC Europe 21st Annual Meeting is already available.