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SETAC Europe: Annual Meeting, Certification and Deadline Updates
Thierry Burgeot, Laurent Lagadic, Karel De Schamphelaere, Delphine Delire
SETAC Nantes logoThe next few months will be a busy time for SETAC Europe. Thierry Burgeot and Laurent Lagadic give a glimpse of SETAC Nantes and the exciting venue that awaits attendees of the annual meeting. Karel De Schamphelaere provides an update on the Certified Environmental Risk Assessor (CRA) program available to SETAC Europe members, and Delphine Delire details upcoming meetings and deadlines.

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18 February 2016
world in our handsNew Subcommittee on Scientific Integrity
Anne Fairbrother
The global Communications Committee has formed a new ad hoc subcommittee to address how SETAC can ensure that its membership is aware of and adheres to high standards of ethical behavior in scientific conduct and discourse, both written and verbal.

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Learning and knowledgeSETAC North America: Message from the President, Professional Training Course Solicitation and Earth Day Grant Announcement
Karsten Lieber and Nile Kemble
A message from the SETAC North America President, Karsten Liber, presents several important initiatives that are occurring in 2016, and the North America Training and Education Committee is soliciting course proposals for SETAC Orlando as well as announcing the availability of Earth Day grants.

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Nynke KramerSETAC/P&G Fellowship Award: Celebrating Milestones and Helping Students
Ping Sun
The SETAC/Procter & Gamble Fellowship for Doctoral Research in Environmental Science provides US$15,000 to a deserving student for 1-year in the conduct of their Ph.D. studies.

SETAC OrlandoSETAC World Congress: We Need Your Support
Karina Miglioranza and Bill Goodfellow
Putting on a successful scientific meeting is always a challenge. But when that meeting is a world congress, those challenges are bigger and broader. There are many moving parts in planning and delivering, and we would like your support to help make this meeting a success.

Phil DornSenior Resource Group Member Spotlight: Phil Dorn
Matt Moore
This month, the Senior Resource Group is proud to highlight the accomplishments and career of Phil Dorn, who recently retired as manager, Ecotoxicology and Global Discipline Lead, Shell Oil Company, in Houston, Texas.

Josh SullivanA Fond Farewell to Josh Sullivan
Tim Canfield and Bill Goodfellow
It is with a sense of sadness and some angst as we now navigate the first Globe issue without Josh Sullivan, whom many of you know from the SETAC Pensacola office. However, mostly we feel excitement and gratitude and wish him a fond farewell as he moves on to the next chapter in his life.

SETAC Fracking Focused Topic Meeting Registration 4 March
View free session recordings from SETAC Salt Lake City!

The daily schedule for the SETAC North America Focused Topic Meeting on hydraulic fracturing is now available. To register for the meeting, which will take place from 17–19 March 2016 in Denton, Texas, visit

There's still time to submit a session 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 24 February.

Submit an abstract between 22 February and 1 July for the 2016 SETAC Australasia Conference, which will be held from 4–7 October in Hobart, Australia.

Join the SETAC Team as Scientific Affairs Manager.

Save the date 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. For more information, visit

Save the date for the SETAC Africa 8th Biennial Conference, which has been slated for 17 – 19 October 2017 at Tinapa Lakeside Resort in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.
IEAM volume 12, issue 1What's New in IEAM
How reliable are field-derived biomagnification factors and trophic magnification factors as indicators of bioaccumulation potential? Conclusions from a case study on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances
J Franklin
Volume 12, Issue 1
ET&C cover 35:2What's New in ET&C
Aerobic biodegradation potential of endocrine disrupting chemicals in surface-water sediment at Rock Mountains National Park, USA
PM Bradley, WA Battalion, LR Iwanowicz, J Clark, CA Journey
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