Hudson-Delaware Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (HDC SETAC)
present the
2018 Annual Spring Meeting
Wednesday - Thursday, April 25-26, 2018
Rowan University, Courtyard Marriott, Glassboro, NJ

Poster Abstract

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Students and HDC members may submit abstracts using the link below.  Poster Abstracts must be submitted by Monday, April 16, 2018 in order to be reviewed and approved to publish in the program (see below for important details):  

Link to Abstract Submittal Form


Abstracts must include the name of the presentation; the name of the presenter and affiliation; the names, e-mail addresses and affiliations of all co-authors; and a 250-word (maximum) description of the presentation topic. All abstracts must be submitted via the link above and must be in Microsoft Word (.doc or .docx) format.  The form includes space for you to enter the names of your co-authors.  If there are more than 5 co-authors, include the additional authors in the submitted Word document. 

Abstracts are due by Monday, April 16, 2018. Please email us if you need more time. We need your Name, Title and Affiliation to be listed on the agenda.

STUDENTS

Current poster abstracts:

Name

Abstract Title

Affiliation

 

 

 

Matthew F. Gladfelter

Timing is Everything: The impact of landscape age on aquatic turtle population structure

Rowan University

Natalie A. Ephraim

Role of Quorum Sensing and Quorum Quenching in Bioremediation

Rowan University

Brittany F. Karas

Novel High Throughput Screening of Transition Metal-Based Anticancer Compounds Using Zebrafish Embryos and ICP-MS Analysis

Rutgers University

Grace E. Shoeniger Effects of temporal variability of salt disturbance on leaf decomposition and leaf shredder activity Penn State University, Behrend Campus
Kate Annunziato Developmental Exposure to Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) and Perfluorooctane Sulfonate (PFOS) Alters Lipid Metabolism and Lipid Distribution in Zebrafish Rutgers University
Megan Solan Toxic effects of "environmentally friendly" deicing alternatives on Chironomus dilutus larvae Penn State Behrend
Mr. Michael Jeffrey Campbell

Acute Exposure to PFNA to Embryonic Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Leads to Lifelong Negative Developmental and Reproductive Effects

Rutgers University

  

PROFESSIONAL

Current poster abstracts:

Name

Abstract Title

Affiliation

Amanda Marie Isabella

Improvement of ecosystem services along the Chesapeake and Delaware watersheds, and necessary steps needed in NPDES permitting to continue the trend

Eurofins QC, LLC

Dr. Charles V. Shorten

Release of Phosphorus from Sediments, Soils and Leaves in the West Branch Brandywine Creek Watershed, Chester County, PA

West Chester University

 

 

 

 


We look forward to seeing you!
If you have any questions about the meeting: Don Nazario, nazariodon@gmail.com