Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (HDC SETAC)
present the
2017 Annual Spring Meeting
Wednesday - Thursday, April 26-27, 2017
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ

Student Poster Awards

To view a presentation click on the presenters' last name.

Current happenings in SETAC NA and SETAC Global – Mary Reiley

Revisit the Fate of Halogenated Organic Pollutants in the Environment and its Bioavailability
Wenqing Xu (Villanova University)

Intersex and other indicators of endocrine disruption throughout the Northeast
Kelly Smalling (USGS)

Industry Approach to Managing API in Manufacturing Effluent
Kelly Q Kappler (Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, USA)

Making the World Safe for Shrews: Good Policy and Good Science or Unintended/ Unconsidered Consequence of Conservatism?
Dr. Daniel W Smith (GHD, Inc)

Biotic Ligand Model-Based Water Quality Assessment of Copper
Ron MacGillivray (DRBC)

Next Generation Sequencing and Data Processing
Frank Zadlock and Satshil Rana
(Seton Hall University)

DINNER – Ricalton's Village Tavern, 19 Valley Street, South Orange, NJ
Speaker – Mary Reiley, Science in Science Based Policy’


Comparison of Sand Cap Amendments to Prevent Contaminant Movement Through the Sand Cap,
Ms. Meg Pinza (EcoAnalysts, Inc.)

Toxicity of Hydraulic Fracturing Brine and Biocide:  The Impact of NaCl and Tributyl Tetradecyl Phosphonium Chloride on 4th Instar Chironomus riparius,
Ms. Zainab Hussain Alali (Seton Hall University)


Characterizing the impacts of contaminants on fish embryogenesis, and revealing an alternate molecular mechanism of AhR mediated cardiac defects
Ms. Corinna Singleman The Graduate Center, CUNY


Effects of Crude Oil on Tumor Suppressor P53 Polymorphisms in Laboratory Exposed Killifish,
Ms. Allison M.  Nadler (Seton Hall University)


Modeling the Aquatic Toxicity of Major Ions: Application of a Physiologically-Based Framework,
Ms. Rasa Bubnyte (HDR, Inc.)








If you have any questions about the meeting: Don Nazario,;