Fraunhofer IME at Setac Europe 2024 Sevilla

SETAC Europe 2024 34th Annual Meeting

5 – 9 May 2024 | Seville, Spain

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In addition, Fraunhofer IME was involved in 24 other presentations

1.02.P-Mo031 Digital Patterns for the Detection and Prediction of Chemically Induced Endocrine Disruption in Fish (DiMEP = Digitale Muster Erkennung und Prädiktion)
Hannes A. Reinwald1, Wibke Busch2, Paul Michaelis2, Sebastian Eilebrecht3, Elke Eilebrecht4 and Tobias Pamminger, Dr.1,


1.04.P-Tu032 Understanding Anxiety Behavior in Developing Zebrafish (Danio rerio) Exposed to Environmental Toxicants
Bianca Dechent1, Helene Juul Belling2, Sebastian Eilebrecht3, Markus Hecker4, Richard Ottermanns5, Stefan Scholz6, Henner Hollert7,8, Amparo Acker Palmer2, Bettina C. Kirchmaier9 and Sarah Johann8,


1.07.P-Th026 Cardio- and Neurotoxicological Characterization of Sediment Flood Samples Taken After the 2021 Extreme Flood Event in Western Germany using Zebrafish Embryos
Jennifer P. Bayer1, Jakob Pfefferle1, Henner Hollert2,3 and Sabrina Schiwy2


1.12.P-We084 Development of Proteomics Modules for the OECD Omics Reporting Framework
Ksenia J Groh, PhD1, Premkumari Kumarathasan2, Steve Uwa Ayobahan Dr.3, Davide Degli Esposti4, Verónica I. Dumit5, Sebastian Eilebrecht3, Vera Engelbrecht6, Salvador Fernandez Arroyo7, Nico Jehmlich8, Predrag Kukic9, Isabel Karkossa8, Thibaut Leger10, Arnaud Salvador11, Johannes Schmidt12, Kristin Schubert8, Joshua Austell Harrill13, Magdalini Sachana14 and Alexandra Schaffert15,


2.01.P-Tu073 Ants as Model Organism to Evaluate the Ecological Risk of active plant protection substances? Lethal and Sublethal Effects of the Systemic Neonicotinoid Imidacloprid in Three Ant Species
Marius Pohl1, Udo Hommen2, Sebastian Eilebrecht3, Christoph Schaefers4, Benedikt Ringbeck5, Bernd Göckener2, Jürgen Gadau1 and Mathias Otto6,


2.02.A.T-04 Reproducibility, Reliability and Regulatory Relevance of Terrestrial Plant Visual Injury (PVI) assessments
Sebastian Fellmann1, Joshua R. Arnie2, Patricia Lopez-Mancisidor3, Gunther Ulric du Hoffmann2, Gwendolin Kraetzig4, Ashlee Kirkwood5, Andreas Duffner6, Markus Simon7, Jette Bramby-Gunary8 and Rena Jutta Irene Isemer, PhD9,


*3.10.T-01 Towards an improved fate assessment of microplastics: Inclusion of specific analyses and abiotic degradation in regulatory tests
Eva-Maria Teggers1,2,3, Markus Simon4, Svetlana Heck5, Jonas Hardebusch3, Werner Hoheisel1, Holger Egger6, Philipp Dalkmann7, Boris Meisterjahn3, Dieter Hennecke5, Annika Jahnke8 and Andreas Schäffer9,


3.10.P-Tu215 Comparing Approaches to Terrestrial Ecotoxicity Studies for Micro- and Nanoplastic Particles and Engineered Nanomaterials: A SWOT Analysis Approach
Kate Schofield1, Megan Griffiths, MSc2, Emma Pemberton2, Karsten Schlich3, Markus Simon3 and Christopher Hughes2,


3.10.P-Tu219 Lessons learned from research with model polystyrene nanoplastics in different environmental approaches
Martin Hoppe1, Jan Köser2, Federico M. Ivanic3, Kristof Dorau2, Axel Lamparter1, Georg Scheeder1 and Karsten Schlich4


3.11.P-Mo163 Effects of a chronic exposure to cobalt on primary producers and invertebrates in two microcosm studies
Michael C Cavallaro1, Allison Cardwell1, Emily Stefansson1, Udo Hommen2, David Boyle3 and William A. Stubblefield1,


3.15.A.T-04 Harmonised Framework for the SETAC Spatially Distributed Leaching Modelling of Pesticides Initiative: 2024 update
Aaldrik Tiktak1, Anton Poot2, Bernhard Jene3, Gerco Hoogeweg, PhD4, Maarten Braakhekke5, Louise Wipfler6, Abdul Ghafoor7, Judith Klein8, Michael Stemmer9, Amy Ritter10, Robin Sur11, Gregor Spickermann12, Gerard Heuvelink13, Gregory Hughes14, Stephan Marahrens15, Stefan Reichenberger16, Nicoleta Suciu17 and Michelle Morris Dr.18,


3.16.T-01 An Approach for Evaluating the Reliability of Measured Environmental Concentrations in Environmental Risk Assessment SETAC Europe 34th Annual Meeting 530
Iain Wilson1, Michelle L. Hladik2, Arjen Markus3, Dennis Helsel4, Lisa Nowell2, Stefano Polesello5, Heinz Ruedel6 and Drew Szabo7


3.17.P-Tu298 Challenges with biodegradation simulation testing of difficult substances: a look at volatile hydrophobic substances in OECD 309
Christopher Hughes1, Louise Camenzuli2, Prasit Shrestha3, Dieter Hennecke3 and Marco Kraas4,


3.17.P-Tu301 Time-dependent overall persistence as a tool in a weight-of evidence for persistence assessment
Stefan Hahn1, Judith Klein2 and Michael Klein2,


3.23.A.T-03 Breaking Down and Disentangling the Complexity of Road Runoff – Results from Three Comprehensive Road Runoff Case Studies in Aachen, Germany
Markus Schmitz1, Selina Seibold2, Alexander Maria Pape2, Jennifer Schmidt2, Sarah Cüpper2, Simone Lechthaler3,4, Regina Dolny3, Volker Linnemann3, Markus Brinkmann5, Ana Cardenas Perez, Environmental Chemistry Specialist and MBA5, Martin Krauss6, Werner Brack2,6, Sabrina Schiwy7 and Henner Hollert7,8


4.04.P-We297 The MAD book - Acceptability of Regulatory Models
Jeremias Martin Becker1, Magnus Wang2, Alpar Barsi3, Udo Hommen4, Thomas G Preuss5, Oliver Jakoby6, Benoit Goussen7, Stefan Reichenberger8, Melissa Reed9 and Sabine Duquesne10,


4.04.P-We298 The MAD-Book - Potential Applications of Mechanistic Effect Models in Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides
Jeremias Martin Becker1, Magnus Wang2, Alpar Barsi3, Thomas G Preuss4, Udo Hommen5, Oliver Jakoby6, Benoit Goussen7, Stefan Reichenberger8, Melissa Reed9, Johan Axelman10 and Sabine Duquesne11,


4.04.P-We299 The MAD book - Development of Environmental Scenarios for the Application of Mechanistic Effect Models in Environmental Risk Assessment
Sanne van den Berg1, Sabine Duquesne2, Oliver Jakoby3, Udo Hommen4, Thomas G Preuss5, Magnus Wang6, Alpar Barsi7, Stefan Reichenberger8 and Andreas Focks9,


4.04.P-We302 The MAD Book - On the Evaluation of Calibration and Validation Outputs with Mechanistic Effect Models
Simon Ewald Hansul1, Peter Vermeiren2, Evgenia Chaideftou3,4, Michail Gioutlakis2, Udo Hommen5, Mira Kattwinkel6, Judith Klein5, Stefan Reichenberger7, Pernille Thorbek8, Johannes Witt9 and Sandrine Charles, PhD, HDR10,


4.04.P-We303 The MAD Book - Sensitivity and Uncertainty of Mechanistic Effect Models
Simon Ewald Hansul1, Peter Vermeiren2, Evgenia Chaideftou3,4, Michail Gioutlakis2, Udo Hommen5, Mira Kattwinkel6, Judith Klein5, Stefan Reichenberger7, Pernille Thorbek8, Johannes Witt9 and Sandrine Charles, PhD, HDR10,


6.07.P-Th501 Environmental Fate Data of Chemicals from Regulatory Dossiers – Harmonisation of Public Assessment Reports across different Regulation?
Susanne Schwonbeck1, Prasit Shrestha2 and Boris Meisterjahn3,


7.02.P-We555 Consolidated Octanol/Water Partition Coefficients: Combining Multiple Estimates from Different Methods to Reduce Uncertainties in log Kow
Monika Nendza1, Verena Kosfeld2 and Christian Schlechtriem3,


7.03.P-Tu539 A comprehensive analysis of PFAS change points in humans and the environment using archived samples from Germany
Alexander Badry1, Bernd Göckener2, René Lämmer2 and Jan Koschorreck1,


7.04.P-We583 Investigation of ecotoxicological effects of fibrous and platelet-shaped advanced materials for deriving adapted testing strategies - the project FaPlaN
Dana Kühnel1, Carmen Wolf, PhD2 and Karsten Schlich3,


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