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What You Need to Know About the SETAC Europe
Annual Meeting
Delphine Delire
SETAC Nantes logoThe Program Committee for the SETAC Europe 26th Annual Meeting in Nantes, France, is excited about this year's scientific program, which addresses a comprehensive range of topic and features exciting and cutting-edge research.

14 April 2016
Charlie MenzieExecutive Directors’ Corner
Charlie Menzie
What do Landau, Germany; Aachen, Germany; Krakow, Poland; Petnica, Serbia; Gainesville, USA; and Stockholm, Sweden, have in common? Just say “YES”!

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CRA LogoNews from SETAC Europe
Rebecca Bundschuh, Jochen Zubrod, Leda Mirbahai and David Spurgeon
SETAC Europe announces their new cooperation with the University of Koblenz-Landau as part of the Certification of Environmental Risk Assessors (CRA) program and teams up with iEOS for a joint focused topic meeting on environmental and (eco)toxicological -omics and epigenetics.

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Herb Ward AwardSubmit a Nomination for the Herb Ward Exceptional Service Award
Lawrence Barnthouse and Emma Lavoie
Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized? Nominations for the 2016 Herb Ward Exceptional Service Award are now open.

YES 2016Science in the Swamp: Highlights from the 5th SETAC YES Meeting
Erica Brockmeier, Cody Smith, Bekah Burket, David Dreier and L. Blair Paulik
February 2016 the SETAC North America Student Advisory Council (NASAC) hosted the 5th SETAC Young Environmental Scientists meeting, the first YES meeting to be held in SETAC North America.


EHRA Pellston WorkshopSummary of the SETAC Pellston Workshop® on Endocrine-Active Substances
Mike Roberts and Annegaaike Leopold
The SETAC Pellston Workshop “Environmental Hazard and Risk Assessment Approaches for Endocrine-Active Substances” was held from 31 January–5 February in Pensacola Beach, Florida.

John B. SpragueSenior Resource Group Member Spotlight: John B. Sprague
Matt Moore
This month, the Senior Resource Group is proud to highlight the accomplishments and career of John B. Sprague.

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SETAC Salt Lake CitySession Summaries from SETAC Salt Lake City

The SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting hosted more than 1783 delegates from 34 different countries. It included 188 sessions, 23 special sessions and three keynote speakers, and it featured more than 744 platform and 841 posters presentations.

Submit an Abstract
Late abstract submission is still open for SETAC Nantes. Have a look at the SETAC Square’s daily schedule, volunteer for the Reddit AMA, be part of an exciting social program and don’t miss the students activities.

Early registration deadline is 18 April for the 12th SETAC Europe Special Science Symposium on Risk Mitigation Measures, Risk Assessment and Labelling in the EU 28: Introduction to the MAgPIE Toolbox.

Send your abstract by 15 June for the SETAC/iEOS Joint Focused Topic Meeting on Environmental and Ecotoxicological Omics and Epigenetics: Science, Technology and Regulatory Applications from 12–15 September 2016 in Ghent, Belgium.

Submit a professional training course proposal for the 7th SETAC World Congress/SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting, which will be held from 6–10 November in Orlando, Florida. Submission deadline is 1 May.

Submit an abstract by 1 July for the 2016 SETAC Australasia Conference, which will be held from 4–7 October in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

Register for the SETAC Asia/Pacific 2016 Conference before 15 July 2016 and save up to 25% with early bird rates! You can also submit an abstract by 16 May 2016.
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Stuart H Hurlbert
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Special Issue of ET&C: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment

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