Fraunhofer IME at SETAC Europe 2019

SETAC Europe 29th Annual Meeting “One Environment. One Health. Sustainable Societies”#

26 - 30 May 2019, Helsinki, Finland

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Research from Fraunhofer IME contributing to the meeting

 

Fraunhofer IME Interest/Advisery Group Memberships:

 

Christian Schlechtriem: Co-Chair Bioaccumulation Science IG

Udo Hommen: Mechanistic Effect Modelling IG

Udo Hommen: Plants AG

 

Fraunhofer IME Session Chairs:

 

Udo Hommen: Aquatic and terrestrial plant ecology: ecotoxicology, risk assessment and modelling (Session Room 206, Tuesday, May 28 2019, 8:35 - 12:30)

 

Fraunhofer IME Platform presentations / Poster:

 

Arts et al 2019: Experimental studies to provide long-term data sets for testing population models for Lemna sp. and Myriophyllum spicatum.

Bandow et al 2019: Recommendations for the monitoring of priority substances in freshwater fish based on practical experiences.

Brock et al 2019: Application of TKTD models in aquatic ERA for pesticides.

Brüggemann et al 2019: Working with EPT-Taxa - chronic testing of mayfly species in a test system simulating running waters.

Eichhorn et al 2019: Investigation of the Feed to Egg Transfer of PFAS Including the Transformation of PFAA Precursors in Laying Hens.

Eilebrecht E. et al 2019: The direct link between endocrine MoA and adverse effect – Concepts to integrate molecular information in endocrine disruptor testing.

Eilebrecht S. et al 2019: The Eco’n’OMICs project – an OMICs-based screening approach for ecotoxicological risk prediction.

Focks et al 2019: Scientific opinion about TKTD models to assess risks of time-variable exposure for pesticides in edge-of-field surface waters.

Fu et al 2019: Biotransformation Leading to Increased Toxic Metabolites: an Overlooked Risk in Aquatic Organisms?

Gimeno et al 2019: Soil risk assessment of the fragrance ingredient, Helvetolide®.

Hellpointner et al 2019: Development of a Harmonized Protocol for Measurement of Foliar Wash-off Coefficients: First Results.

Hennecke et al 2019: How to characterise non-extractable residues (NER) in PBT assessment – development of a harmonised procedure to be used in routine testing.

Hering et al 2019: Evaluation of toxic effects caused by surfactants used in nano-medicine on the aquatic environment.

Hermsen et al 2019: Bioavailability and Bioaccumulation of Silver Nanoparticles in the Rainbow Trout Oncorhynchus mykiss.

Hoppe et al 2019: Long term approaches to determine the fate of ceriumdioxid nanomaterial in soil.

Hüben et al 2019: Evaluation of the relevance of disinfection byproducts (DBPs) for the environmental risk assessment of biocides.

Hund-Rinke et al 2019: Do nano-biomaterials designed for drug delivery affects soil microflora?

Ippolito et al 2019: A roadmap for the use of TKTD models in ERA pesticides.

Jones et al 2019: Modelling effects of time variable exposure to mixtures of sulfonyl urea herbicides on Lemna.

Junker et al 2019: Development of a test method for transformation of veterinary pharmaceuticals and biocides in liquid manure.

Klein J. et al 2019: Modelling growth of Lemna exposed to Metsulfuron-methyl using a dynamic energy budget approach.

Knopf et al 2019: Seasonal variability of metal and metalloid concentrations in blue mussels from the North and Baltic Seas Presentation.

Koschorreck et al 2019: APEX - Systematic use of contaminant data from apex predators and their prey in chemicals management.

Kosfeld et al 2019: Conduction of a freshwater trophic magnification study based on a comprehensive literature evaluation.

Kroesen et al 2019: Comparison of endocrine effects in different life-stages of zebrafish exposed to anti-estrogenic/androgenic substances in varying life-cycle exposure scenarios.

Kühr et al 2019: Investigations on the uptake and fate of nanostructural polystyrene in the fresh water mussel Corbicula fluminea.

Kühr et al 2019: The role of invertebrates in a tiered bioaccumulation testing strategy for engineered nanomaterials.

Lämmer et al 2019: Determination of plant uptake of modified polyfluorinated substances and their biodegradation products in soil and in plants.

Laue et al 2019: Comparison of metabolism of fragrance chemicals in rainbow trout liver S9 sub-cellular fractions and in the invertebrate Hyalella azteca.

Meisterjahn et al 2019: Investigations on release of nanomaterials from waste and sewage sludge incineration residues during deposition and agricultural use-comparison of pilot scale simulation and laboratory tests.

Mingo et al 2019: Plant protection products, endocrine disruptors and amphibians - where to start?

Radermacher et al 2019: Determination of cyclic volatile methylsiloxanes in German wild fish via a GC-ICP-MS/MS method.

Raths et al 2019: Bioconcentration of laurate in the freshwater amphipod Hyalella azteca.

Rauert et al 2019: Bioaccumulation assessment: new methods need new testing and assessment strategies - proposal of an ITS.

Reed et al 2019: Beyond GUTS: DEBtox and primary producer TKTD models in ERA of pesticides.

Schlich et al 2019: Multiple sewage sludge application into soil – Fate and effect of nanosilver in an outdoor lysimeter study over 5 years.

Shrestha et al 2019: Biodegradation testing of volatile chemicals in water-sediment systems (OECD 308).

Strauss et al 2019: Measure or extrapolate? Extended parameterisation of TKTD models for population modeling under outdoor conditions.

Teigeler et al 2019: The Extended one generation reproduction test with zebrafish, First results from a validation study with tamoxifen-citrate.

Teigeler et al 2019: The impact of synthetic progestins on fish populations: Results from a Zebrafish EOGRT with Dienogest.

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