SETAC 2017

Scientists from Unilever SEAC presented different aspects of our research at one of the annual Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) meeting in Brussels, Belgium (7th-11th May, 2016). Details of oral presentations and posters can be found below.
For full details of the event please visit the SETAC website.

Unilever Oral Presentations

Mapping the risk assessment challenges for HPX ingredients: a chemical space analysis. Author T Gouin. 
Facilitating mechanistically based grouping to predict acute aquatic toxicity using information from Molecular Initiating Events. Author Maria Sapounidou (University Liverpool John Moores University).
Ecological scenarios for prospective risk assessment. Author S van den Berg (Wageningen University), A Franco, H Baveco, F De Laender, A Focks, P van den Brink.
Combined environmental and chemical stress: impact on bioenergetics fluxes. Author B Goussen.
A multi-omics approach for identifying key events using the Adverse Outcome Pathway (AOP) framework. Author N Taylor (University of Birmingham).
Molecular targets of narcosis and acetylcholine esterase inhibitors: Applications for chemical screening and identification using omics read-outs. Authors E Brockmeier (University of Liverpool), E Butler, C Rendal, J Herbert, L Boakes, N Taylor, M Cronin, S Gutsell, J Barclay, M Viant, G Hodges,  F Falciani.
Evaluation of a global multiscale multimedia fate model framework applied to home and personal care products in Asia . Author O Jolliet (University of Michigan), A Franco, J Hodges, J Kilgallon, C Wannaz.

Poster Presentations

DEB(tox) models – Can we predict under different environmental conditions?.Author B Goussen (University of York).
Relating in vitro to in vivo: Bioavailability and essential elements. Author T Gouin, J Hermens, N Kramer.
Balancing Toxicity mitigation and bioaccessibility in sludge biodegradation studies with cationic surfactants. Author N Timmer (University of Utrecht), D Sanders, D Gore, J Hermens, S Droge.
An integrative approach for understanding the adverse outcome pathways in algae: method development towards anchoring molecular and apical endpoint. Author S Schade (University of Birmingham).
Measuring and modelling membrane-water partitioning coefficient for cationic surfactants. Authors S Droge (University of Utrecht), N Timmer, J Hermens, G Hodges, T Gouin.
Exploring community based environmental hazard assessments of mixtures using mode-of-action approaches. Authors ML Paumen, F De Laender, M Hamer, L Lagadic, C Rendal, J Worden, A Focks (Wageningen University).