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Emerging Issues in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry

©SETAC 2004
The South Central Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) welcomes papers for presentation at the 2004 regional SETAC meeting. Papers addressing all aspects of environmental toxicology, environmental chemistry, risk assessment and watershed pollution are invited. Research findings from other areas of environmental science that are of interest in the South Central Region are also welcomed. Awards will be given for best student platform and poster presentations.

PROGRAM THEME

The theme of the May 21-22, 2004 meeting is "Emerging Issues in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry," which should help focus regional attention on emerging areas of environmental science. The plenary program will include timely presentations on emerging issues such as pharmaceuticals, nanotoxicity, 3-D modeling and homeland security.

REGISTRATION

Registration for the South Central Chapter Regional SETAC Meeting at Baylor University will be available after March 17, 2004. If you would like to be notified when registration is activated, please email research@baylor.edu.


Location:   Baylor University, Waco, Texas,USA
Dates:   May 21-22, 2004
Abstract/Proposal Submission Deadline:   April 23, 2004
Official Language:   English
Contact Information:   Bryan Brooks
1 (254) 710 - 6553
Bryan_Brooks@Baylor.edu


Home Page URL:   http://www.baylor.edu/setac/

Keywords:   Environmental toxicology, Environmental chemistry, Watershed pollution, Risk assessment


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