CATEGORIES OF MEMBERS
|Aleksandra Buha Djordjevic||Toxicology of Mixtures. Chemical Carcinogenesis. Risk Assessment.||University of Belgrade|
|Amélie Daoust Boisvert||Journalism in Science, Environment and Health. Solutions and Innovations Based on Evidence in Journalism.||Concordia|
|Annegaaike Leopold||Risks Assessment. Management of Organic Chemicals. Ecotoxicology. Birds. Amphibians. Fish.||The University pf British Columbia|
|Barbara Demeneix||Molecular Physiology and Adaptation. Thyroid Function.||Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris|
|Barbara Hales||Pharmacology and Therapeutics.||McGill|
|Beate Escher||Environmental Risk Assessment. in vitro Bioassays Effect-Based Trigger Values.||Helmholtz Centre for|
Environmental Research – UFZ
|Bernard Robaire||Pharmacology and Therapeutics.||McGill|
|Caren Helbing||Biochemistry and Microbiology. Wildlife Health Assessment. Cellular Mechanisms of Amphibian Metamorphosis. Non-Destructive Health Indicators. Genomics.||University of Victoria|
|Carole Yauk||Genomics. Genetic Toxicology. Hereditary Mutation. Modeling of the Reference Dose. Development and Validation of Biomarkers. Adverse Effects Pathway.||Université d'Ottawa|
|Cathy Vaillancourt||Toxicology of Pregnancy and Implication of Environmental Factors on the Human Placenta and Fetal Programming.||INRS|
|Charles Ramassamy||Oxidative Stress. Brain Functions. Neurodegenerative Diseases. Pesticides.||INRS|
|Chris Metcalfe||Distribution and Toxic Effects of Contaminants in the Environment.||Trent University|
|Christopher J Martyniuk||Environmental and Human Toxicology. Molecular Toxicology. Omics. Environmental Sciences. Neurodegeneration. Neurotoxicology.||University of Florida|
|Christopher Kassotis||Pharmacology. Toxicology. Endocrinology. Biology. Human/Animal Health. Metabolic Health. Zebrafish. Mouse Models.||Wayne State University|
|Claude Émond||Environmental Health. Risk Assessment. Chemical Contaminants. Nanoparticles. Toxicology.||Université de Montréal|
|Daniel G. Cyr||Toxicology. Cell. Molecular Biology. Effects of Environmental Contaminants on the Male Reproductive System.||INRS|
|David Renault||Invasive Species. Stress. Ectotherm. Metabolomics. Chromatography (GC-MS, LC-MS).||Université de Rennes 1|
|David Siaussat||Ecotoxicology. Olfaction. Pollutants. Insects. Adaptation. Ecophysiology. Insect Endocrinology.||Sorbonne Université|
|Ella Atlas||Endocrine Disruption and Metabolic Disruption of Toxic Substances.||Health Canada|
|Élyse Caron Beaudoin||Toxicology. Molecular Biology. Public and Environmental Health. Community-Based Research. Exposure Assessment and Biomonitoring.||University of Toronto|
|Erin Ussery||Gene Expression. Aquatic Contaminants.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Étienne Audet-Walsh||Endocrinology and Nephrology. Steroid Hormones. Endometrial and Prostate Cancers. Metabolomics. Hormone-Sensitive Cancers. Nuclear Receptors. Mitochondria.||Université Laval|
|François Gagné||Molecular Ecotoxicology. Neuroendocrine Disruption. Aquatic Nanotoxicology.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Gerald Tetreault||Aquatic Ecotoxicology. Environmental Effects Research. Wastewater. Agriculture. Cumulative Effects Assessment.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Géraldine Delbès||Reproductive Toxicology. Toxicity of Environmental and Medical Substances on the Development of Male Germ Cells.||INRS|
|Glen Van Der Kraak||Ecotoxicology. Assessment of the Reproductive Capacity of Fish.||University of Guelph|
|Gunilla Oberg||Science for Policy under Uncertainty. Chemical Management. Micropollutants. Chemical Regulation. Evaluation of Potential Harm Posed by Chemicals, Chemical Pollution. Sustainable Sewage Management. Chlorine Biogeochemistry. Environment. Sustainability.||The University of British Columbia|
|Isabelle Plante||Ecotoxicology. Toxicology. Breast Cancer. Development of Mammary Glands.||INRS|
|Jacques Bernier||Disruptions of the Immune System. Apoptosis. Cancer Genomic Stability and Resistance to the Toxicant. Inflammation.||INRS|
|Jacques Robert||Environmental Medicine. Microbiology. Developmental Immunology. Tumor and Viral Immunity. Evolution of Immune Surveillance.||University of Rochester|
|Jan Mennigen||Ecotoxicology. Comparative Physiology of Metabolism. Metabolic Disease. Inter- and Trans-Generational Effects. Hormones in the Context of Comparative Epigenetics Including Post-Transcriptional Regulatory Mechanisms.||Université d’Ottawa|
|Jean-François Blais||Sanitation and Decontamination.||INRS|
|Jean-Pierre Le Bourhis||Sociology of Public Action. Environment and Environmental Health.||CNRS|
|Jessica Head||Ecotoxicology. Molecular Biology. Environmental Risk Assessment.||McGill|
|Joanne Parrott||Development of Fish Bioassays for Reproductive and Endocrine Effects.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Joëlle Dupont||Animal Physiology and Farming Systems. Interaction between Metabolism and Reproductive Functions.||Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique|
|Johanne Saint-Charles||Ecosystem Approach to Health. Communication. Environment. Social Networks. Sustainable Health. Social and Gender Equity.||UQAM|
|Jonathan Verreault||Ecotoxicology. Comparative Toxicology of Avian Species. Disruption of the Thyroid Axis.||UQAM|
|Jorke Kamstra||Toxicology. Risk Assessment. Transgenerational Effects. Gene Expression. Cellular, Molecular Biology. Epigenetics. Disruption of Metabolism.||Universiteit Utrecht|
|Juan Fernandino||Molecular Biology. Biotechnology. Reproductive Physiology of Fish.||Instituto Tecnológico de Chascomús|
|Karem Chokmani||Remote Sensing and Hydrology.||INRS|
|Kelly Munkittrick||Ecosystem Health Assessment. Cumulative Effects Assessment. Monitoring of Environmental Effects. Ecotoxicology. Reproduction of Fish.||University of Calgary|
|Kessen Patten||Genetics. Neurodegenerative Diseases.||INRS|
|Laia Navarro-Martin||Ecotoxicology. Multi-Omic Epigenetics.||Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas|
|Larissa Takser||Epidemiology and Biostatistics. Cognitive Development of the Child. Pregnancy / Childbirth. Metabolism of Toxic Agents. Community Health / Public Health. Environmental Health.||Université de Sherbrooke|
|Laura Vandenberg||Hazard Assessment. Developmental Biology. Endocrinology.||University of Massachusetts|
|Lise Parent||Aquatic Ecotoxicology. Environmental Health. Environmental Contamination. Environmental Risk Assessment. Sex and Gender in the Environment. Environmental Hypersensitivity. Environmental Education.||TÉLUQ|
|Lorraine Chalifour||Cardiovascular Diseases.||McGill|
|Louise Vandelac||Environmental Health and Ecohealth Approach. Water, Environment and Health. Political Ecology. Public Policies and Scientific and Social Evaluation Systems. Agrifood Systems and Pesticides. Environmental Sciences. Major Risks and Sociology.||UQAM|
|Louise Winn||Biomedical and Molecular Sciences.||Queen’s University|
|Magali Houde||Distribution, Bioaccumulation and Effects of Chemicals on Aquatic Organisms.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Marc-André Verner||Toxicology. Toxicological Risk Analysis. Women's Health / Maternal Health / Maternity. Environmental Health. Chemical Contaminants. Persistent Organic Pollutants. Pesticides.||Université de Montréal|
|Marianne Métivier||Biology. Water Sciences. Water Quality Criteria. Ecotoxicology. Environmental Risk Assessment.||Ministère de l'Environnement|
et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques
|Maricor Arlos||Environmental Engineering. Environmental Chemistry. NanoTechnology. Ecotoxicology. Emerging Contaminants. Environmental Risk Assessment. Wastewater. Water Treatment.||University of Alberta|
|Marie-Élise Parent||Epidemiology of Cancer. Prostate Cancer. Environmental Exposures.||INRS|
|Mark McMaster||Aquatic Toxicology. Fish Reproductive Health. Environmental Effects Monitoring. Wastewater. Cumulative Effects Assessment.||Environment and Climate Change Canada|
|Mark Servos||Ecotoxicology and Integrated Management of Water Resources. Environmental Exposure and Effects of Emerging Contaminants in the Environment.||University of Waterloo|
|Markus Hecker||Biological Effects of Environmental Stressors. Environmental Risk Assessment. Aquatic Ecology / Fish Biology. Development and Application of Bioanalytical Techniques to Assess Environmental Pollution. Toxicogenomics; New Approach Methods. Adverse Outcome Pathways.||University of Saskatchewan|
|Martin Pelletier||Infectious and Immune Diseases. Inflammatory Diseases. Arthritis.||Université Laval|
|Maryse Bouchard||Environmental Epidemiology. Environmental Health. Reproductive Health. Toxicological Risk Analysis. Potable Water. Persistent Organic Pollutants. Metals. Pesticides.||Université de Montréal|
|Mélanie Desrosiers||Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment. Sediment. Toxicity. Bioaccumulation. Benthic Community. Contaminants of Emerging Interest.||Ministère de l'Environnement|
et de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques
|Mercedes Blázquez||Molecular Cloning. Cell Culture. Electrophoresis. Sexual Differentiation. Gene Expression. Molecular Biology. Endocrinology. Genetic. Physiology. Fish.||Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas|
|Mike Wade||Endocrine and Reproductive Toxicity in Males. Toxicology. Reproductive Biology. Molecular Toxicology. Reproductive Health. Thyroid. Gene Expression. Ecotoxicology. Regulatory Testing and Evaluation of Endocrine Disruptors.||Health Canada|
|Nancy Denslow||Aquatic Toxicology. Gene Expression. Molecular Biology. Endocrinology. Biotechnology. Regulation of Genes. Next-Generation Sequencing. OMICS Technologies Including Proteomics, Transcriptomics and Lipidomics.||University of Florida|
|Nicolas Buisine||Comparative Physiology. Structural and Functional Genomic Analyzes. Bioinformatics.||Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris|
|Niladri basu||Environmental Health. Ecotoxicology. Overall Health. Risk Assessment.||McGill|
|Pascal Vaudin||Animal Biology and Genetics. Physiology of Reproduction and Behavior.||Université de Tours|
|Pascale Champagne||Treatment and Sustainable Management of Contaminated Water. Biomass.||INRS|
|Patrice Gonzalez||Aquatic Ecotoxicology. Molecular Biology.||CNRS|
|Patrick Drogui||Electrotechnologies. Water Treatment.||INRS|
|Paula Duarte-Guterman||Behavioural Neuroscience in Rodents. Hormones. Metabolism. Parental Experience. Environment, Adult Neurogenesis and Plasticity. Aging, Learning and Memory.||Brock University|
|Pedro Segura||Toxicity. Chemical and Biological Contamination in the Environment and Food.||Université de Sherbrooke|
|Petya Grigorova||Developmental and Reproductive Toxicology. Environmental Exposures. Environmental Health. Epidemiology.||TÉLUQ|
|Pierre Francus||Lake and Marine Sediments. Estimation of Natural Environmental Risks and Risks Resulting from Human Activities.||INRS|
|Ryan Prosser||Mollusk Biology. Ecotoxicology. Ecological Risk Assessment. Aquatic Toxicology. Soil Toxicology.||University of Guelph|
|Saeid Homayouni||Remote Sensing and Environmental Geomatics. Geographic Information System. Geospatial Analysis.||INRS|
|Sami Haddad||Toxicology and Risk Analysis. Toxicokinetics and Pharmacokinetics. Physiologically Based Modeling of the Toxicokinetics of Xenobiotics. Interactions Between Xenobiotics in Mixtures. Extrapolations in vitro-in vivo in Toxicokinetics. Exposure Estimate. Inhalation Exposures.||Université de Montréal|
|Satinder Kaur Brar||Bioprocesses and Recovery of Residues (Agricultural, Agro-Industrial, Industrial, Municipal). Green Chemistry to Find Ecological Alternatives to Chemical Antibiotics. Industrial Microbiology. Environmental Chemistry. Emerging Contaminants.||York University|
|Sébastien Sauvé||Analytical Chemistry. Mass Spectrometry. Emerging Contaminants. Water Treatment. Circular Economy. Soils.||Université de Montréal|
|Stéphane Bayen||Food Safety. Mass Spectrometry. Analytical Chemistry. Environmental Science. Food Science.||McGill|
|Stéphane Reynaud||Aquatic Ecotoxicology. Physiology. Energy Metabolism. Transgenerational Effects.||Université Alpes-Grenobles|
|Steve Wiseman||Aquatic and Mechanistic Toxicology. Long-Term Consequences (Within and Between Generations) of Acute Exposure to Natural and Anthropogenic Chemical Stressors. Effects of Early-Stage Exposure to Endocrine Disruptors.||University of Lethbridge|
|Tara Barton-Maclaren||Risk Assessment and Risk Methodology.||Health Canada|
|Thomas Sanderson||Toxicology. Endocrine Disruptors; Aromatase (CYP19); Steroidogenesis; Pesticides; Natural Compounds; Cytochrome P450.||INRS|
|Valérie Langlois||Ecotoxicogenomics. Chemical Toxicology. Ecotoxicology. Animal Physiology. Endocrinology. Molecular Biology. Detection of Endocrine Disruptors Using Cell Lines.||INRS|
|Vance L. Trudeau||Biology. Endocrinology. De.velopmental Biology. Physiology. Expression Profiling. Metabolism. Genomics. Neuroendocrinology. Reproduction.||Université d’Ottawa|
|Vicki Marlatt||Applied Biology (Toxicology, Pest Control). Ecotoxicology.||Simon Fraser University|
|Vikki Ho||Environmental Epidemiology. Nutrition. Cancer. Physical Activity. Exposure Measurement. Assessment of Occupational Exposure. Biomarkers. Environment. Life Habits. Exposure. Genetic.||Université de Montréal|
|Virginie Cuvillier||Ecology. Biology. Biodiversity. Ecophysiology. Ecoimmunology.||Université de Lille|
|Virginie Maillard||Physiology of Reproduction and Behavior. Lipid Metabolism. Nutrition. Molecular Physiology. Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases. Lipid Biomarkers. Ovarian Follicle Cells. |
|Institut national de recherche pour l'agriculture, l'alimentation et l'environnement|
|Viviane Yargeau||Control of Environmental Contaminants. Protection of Water Resources. Water Treatment.||McGill|
POST-DOCTORAL AND STUDENT MEMBERS
|NAME||RESEARCH PROJECT||YEAR||UNIVERSITY||UNIVERSITY LEVEL||RESEARCH DIRECTOR||THEMES|
|Alec McDermott||BFR and breast cancer.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: "It is important to know the effects of endocrine disruptors, even more so, because of the new abundance of synthetic compounds. These have adverse effects on human health (modification of reproductive success, growth and increased risk of cancer). Who knows, maybe they are responsible for several other pathologies where the causes are more or less known? It is therefore important to understand their mechanisms of action as well as the potential for transgenerational transmission in order to prevent / stop future pathologies.’’
|Ana Gisell Pazmino-Sosa||Role of microalgae in enhancing the photobiological degradation of EDCs.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''Endocrine disruptors are chemical compounds, both natural and human-made, that can interfere with the endocrine system's normal function. They are present in many products of daily use. At first, they were designed to improve product quality or make a process more efficient; however, scientists have found that even low doses of these compounds could be harmful to animal and human health. It is crucial to understand its nature, its effects, and find efficient ways to remove them from the environment and protect public health''.
|Anita Thambirajah||Epigenetic factors involved in thyroid hormone-dependent tadpole metamorphosis. Detection and monitoring of environmental contamination using transcriptomic assessments of native species.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''Endocrine disruptors can have profound and widespread effects within the environment and on human health and it is a scientific and social imperative to understand their consequences''.
|2018-2020||Univeristy of Victoria||Senior Research Associate||Caren Helbing|
|Annabelle Demy||Making endocrine disruptors governable: transnational expert struggles to define legitimate instruments for identifying hazards.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because:''The regulatory framework for endocrine disruptors is important to deal with a range of health and environmental issues, my job is to map the institutions and actors invested in favour of and against this regulatory dynamic''.
|2019-2022||Université de Rennes 1||PhD||Jean-Pierre Le Bourhis|
|Aurélie Lacouture||Study of the regulatory pathways of cell metabolism in the mammary gland.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: "As endocrine disruptors are found in breast milk, I intend to study their impact on the metabolism of the mammary gland".
|2020-2024||Université Laval||M.Sc.||Étienne Audet-Walsh|
|Bélinda Crobeddu||Plasticizers and mammary gland development.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: “The hyperproduction and hyperconsumption of our society has led to the emergence of endocrine disruptors. The diversity and quantity of these compounds follows a maddening growth. It is our duty as a toxicologist to understand their effects on ecosystems and human health in order to protect future generations”.
|Bianna Raven||Hormonal regulation of spawning in anurans.||2020-2022||Université d'Ottawa||M.Sc.||Vance L. Trudeau|
|Camille Lafront||Les fonctions génomiques des récepteurs aux estrogènes dans la prostate et le cancer de la prostate.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because : "Given the omnipresence of endocrine disruptors in our environment, I am studying these molecules in the context of prostate cancer in order to assess their impact on the evolution of this disease".
|2020-2024||Université Laval||PhD||Étienne Audet-Walsh|
|Cindy Peillex||Glyphosate and bisphenol effects on health and immunity.||2020-2020||Centre de Physiopathologie Toulouse-Purpan||Master français 5||Martin Pelletier|
|Diana Bedolla López||Science risk communication related to chemicals MA in Resources, environment and sustainability.||The University of British Columbia||M.Sc.||Gunilla Oberg|
|Diana Castañeda-Cortés||TBD||Planned end 2024||INRS||Valérie Langlois|
|Ellis Evans||Molecular mechanisms of thyroid hormone signaling in epidermal tissue.||2019-2021||Univeristy of Victoria||M.Sc.||Caren Helbing|
|Ève Pellerin||Effects of bisphenol on the initiation and progression of bladder cancer.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''
As endocrine disruptors are ubiquitous in our environment, it is important to study to better understand their impact on several diseases, including cancer''.
|2019-2021||Université Laval||M.Sc.||Martin Pelletier|
|Georgia Green||Development of a method to identify diverging perspectives of relevance for chemicals management.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''Experts disagree on how to manage endocrine disruptors, which can lead to certain perspectives been excluded in regulation. My research aims to make this process more transparent''.
|The University of British Columbia||M.Sc.||Gunilla Oberg|
|Ghida Baalbaki||Effect of contaminants associated with hydraulic fracturing on pregnancy and fetal development.||2021-2025||INRS||PhD||Géraldine Delbès|
|Hajime Kurita||Toxicity assessment of a novel oil dispersant based on engineered silica nanoparticles.||2017-2021||University of Florida||PhD||Nancy Denslow|
|Haley Kuecks-Winger||Epigenetic factors controlling thyroid hormone dependent tadpole metamorphosis.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''It is critical that we identify novel endocrine disruptors in order to influence environmental and industrial policies. Additionally, by elucidating mechanisms of disruption, we can deepen our understanding of the endocrine system''.
|2020-2022||Univeristy of Victoria||M.Sc.||Caren Helbing|
|Jacey Chou||Endocrine and metabolic effects of nano plastics and flame-retardant BDE-47 in zebrafish.||2020-2021||Université d'Ottawa||B.Sc.||Jan Mennigen|
|Jack Durant||Epistemic communities and uncertainty in endocrine disruptor risk assessment.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''I'm studying endocrine disruptors because I think it poses one of the major environmental and human health challenges of our time and I believe it gets scant attention given its seriousness''.
|2019-2021||The University of British Columbia||M.Sc.||Gunilla Oberg|
|Jerry Achar||Uncertainty in the human health impact of endocrine disruptors.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''My research interest has always been in chemicals of emerging concern like Endocrine disruptors, including understanding their potential health impacts on humans. I am particularly driven by the need to improve the understanding of how uncertainty pervades scientific knowledge on endocrine disruptors (in regulatory contexts) and how this impacts the risk management of endocrine disruptors''.
|2020-2024||The University of British Columbia||PhD||Gunilla Oberg|
|Jon Doering||Ecotoxicology and Epigenetics: Extrapolating Later-life Adverse Reproductive Effects of Early-life Chemical Exposures from Laboratory Model Fish Species to Native Fish Species of Regulatory Concern in Canada.||2020-2022||University of Lethbridge||Steve Wiseman|
|Josianne Bienvenue-Pariseault||Effect of melatonin on endoplasmic reticulum stress and mitophagy in the placental trophoblast.||2019-2022||INRS||PhD||Cathy Vaillancourt|
|Julie Robitaille||Study of endocrine disruptors: From the synthesis of androgens in amphibians to the detection of endocrine disruptors in wastewater.||Planned end 2022||INRS||PhD||Valérie Langlois|
|Laura Pelland St-Pierre||The role of endocrine disrupting chemicals in cancer etiology.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: “In Canada, cancer is the leading cause of death. Lung, breast, prostate and colorectal cancers are the most common cancers. The incidence and mortality of cancers differ by sex (lung, colorectal). Although lifestyle differences may partly explain some gender disparities, the determinants of these disparities are still not understood. A few studies have therefore been conducted to elucidate the effect of sex hormones in the development of cancer. Endocrine disruptors can act as modifiers of the functions of the endocrine system, which can cause several adverse health effects. One of the suspected effects is the development of cancer. Exposure to these chemicals is ubiquitous in the environment, but in people exposed at work, exposure occurs at significantly higher concentrations. This is why I am studying the link between occupational exposure to endocrine disruptors and the development of these cancers. This could help prevent their occurrence for certain workers with high occupational exposure ”.
|2019-2023||Université de Montréal||PhD||Vikki Ho|
|Laurie Pinel||Development of a novel stem cell organoid model from the epididymis.||2016-2021||INRS||PhD||Daniel Cyr|
|Linda Ok||Effect of depression and antidepressants in pregnancy on the serotonin system and iron transport in the human placenta.||2019-2023||INRS||PhD||Cathy Vaillancourt|
|Lorissa Corrie||Immune system responses in frog tadpoles.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''I am studying endocrine disruptors because the more I learn about them, the more I realize how little we know. I am particularly interested in the long-term, sublethal influence of endocrine disrupting chemicals on development''.
|2020-2022||Univeristy of Victoria||M.Sc.||Caren Helbing|
|Maddie Empey||Effects of insecticides on the development of anurans.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because:''Information on the insecticide I am studying is somewhat lacking. I am therefore studying possible endocrine receptors to know how amphibians are affected by this and to increase knowledge on this subject''.
|2020-2022||Université d'Ottawa||M.Sc.||Vance L. Trudeau|
|Madeleine Lépine||In vitro biotransformation of polybrominated diphenyl ethers and dechloranes by hepatic deiodinases of a gull heavily exposed to flame retardants.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''Life on Earth holds in a beautiful balance which at any time can become unbalanced. We have every interest in understanding the causes of this imbalance in order to know how to ensure that the balance is maintained''.
|Manvi Bhalla||Role of Values in Decision-Making.||2021-2025||The University of British Columbia||M.Sc.||Gunilla Oberg|
|Meagan Marcoux||Effects of the herbicide glyphosate and its metabolites on energy metabolism of human neutrophils.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''I study endocrine disruptors because, like a poison, they can have considerable effects on human health even in small doses".
|2020-2020||Université Laval||B.Sc.||Martin Pelletier|
|Melany Juárez||BFR and breast cancer.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''I have always been passionated about understanding how everything works in the environment, later on in life I started to realized all the process going on in the inside of a living being. Therefore, my passion started to evolve into understanding the physiological process of health inside the living beings. This pathway brought me to the endocrine disruptors and its effects in living beings''.
|Morgane Robles||Effect of maternal stress, depression and anxiety during pregnancy on placental functions and infant neurodevelopment.||2019-2021||INRS||Cathy Vaillancourt|
|Natasha Letourneau||Impact of doxorubicin on neonatal rat testis and the potential protection by flavaglines.||2021-2024||INRS||B.Sc.||Géraldine Delbès|
|Nicolas Nayrac||Presence and behavior of microplastics in freshwater ecosystems.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''
It is essential to better understand the fate of endocrine disruptors once in the environment because they are strongly suspected of having a negative impact on human health: breast cancer, diabetes and obesity, to name a few''.
|2019-2023||Université de Sherbrooke||PhD||Pedro Segura|
|Noémie Plattard||PBPK modeling of chlorinated derivatives of BPA and estimation of exposure of pregnant women.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''
I am studying endocrine disruptors because these substances represent one of the major challenges of the 21st century for environmental health since they can be toxic at very low doses and there are very few studies of toxicities in human. It is therefore essential to study these substances in order to understand the diseases of tomorrow''.
|2019-2022||Université de Montréal||PhD||Sami Haddad|
|Paisley Thomson||Synthetic agrochemical runoff on amphibian health.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''Endocrine disruptors represent a class of pollutants that may have sub-lethal toxic properties in exposed wildlife. I’m particularly interested in studying the effects of such chemicals on amphibians, a taxon that is facing severe population declines. Evidence suggests that EDCs are playing a role in frog biodiversity loss, but there is still much to learn. For example, newly introduced products may not be acutely toxic, but induce adverse effects through interfering with normal hormone signaling. Perhaps gaining a better understanding of these effects will provide critical insights, allowing amphibian conservation efforts to be more successful''.
|Planned end 2022||INRS||PhD||Valérie Langlois|
|Patricija Marjan||Impacts of tertiary-treated MWWE on transcriptome of longnose dace.||2020-2023||University of Calgary||Kelly Munkittrick|
|Pratik Kumar||Biofiltration and behaviour of emerging contaminants. Wastewater treatment using algal biomass.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because : ''Endocrine disruptors represent a potential threat to both environment and human health. It is a global challenge and as an environmental scientist working in the field of water treatment sectors, it is my responsibility to ensure the removal of these chemicals and consider them as an emerging risk vector in the aquatic ecosystem. The two-front challenge is to provide an effective water treatment solution for its removal and reducing the toxicity levels''.
|2020-2022||INRS||Satinder Kaur Brar|
|Pratishtha Khurana||Green methods to remove antibiotic complexes and deepen their understanding.||2021-2024||York University||PhD||Satinder Kaur Brar|
|Rahmani Zahra||Inter- and trans-generational consequences of nano-plastic and flame retardant BDE-47 exposure on metabolic and reproductive phenotypes in zebrafish.||2021-2025||Université d'Ottawa||PhD||Jan Mennigen|
|Rajiv Neal Tanna||Development of tools to signal biological environmental change in the presence of MWWE.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''The study and dissemination of information relating to endocrine disruption in the environment underscores how inextricably linked humans are from their surrounding environment. This understanding is critical to developing policies and processes which preserve ecosystem health, and in doing so, environmental and human health more broadly''.
|2019-2022||University of Calgary||PhD||Kelly Munkittrick|
|Rama Pulicharla||Mitigating the release of long-chain perfluorocarboxylic acids in leachates: Analysis, removal, fate and transport.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because : ''All contaminants have the potential to interact with the endocrine system/hormonal system of life and show diverse effects at various concentrations. Identifying the potential endocrine disruptors and monitoring their levels are important to maintain the balance in the environment''.
|2020-2022||York University||Satinder Kaur Brar|
|Raphaël Chackal||Endocrine and metabolic effects of nano plastics and flame-retardant BDE-47 in zebrafish.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''As industrial pollution continuously increases, aquatic organisms face highly persistent environmental contaminants. In particular, Zebrafish are an important model for both ecotoxicological and human health. As a student with a passion for environmental preservation, I strongly believe this project will help shape future research''.
|2020-2021||Université d'Ottawa||B.Sc.||Jan Mennigen|
|Rita Gouesse||Effects of BFRs on the development of the mammary glands.||2017-2020||INRS||PhD||Isabelle Plante|
|Ruben Martinez||Integrative analysis of endocrine disruption in zebrafish (Danio rerio).|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because: ''The ‘recent-discovered’ endocrine disruptors present in the environment highlighted our need to study their adverse effects both over the wildlife and in humans, which can be related to several disorders like obesity, infertility or several metabolic syndromes. The ignorance cannot be an excuse to do not act and to replace certain chemicals with endocrine disrupting properties by other more innocuous substitutes''.
|2016-2020||Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas||PhD||Laia Navarro Martin|
|Sylvie Pinto||Role of EDCs in cellular differentiation of the epididymis.||2019-2024||INRS||PhD||Daniel Cyr|
|Tifen el Belaidi||Role of signalling pathways and effects of EDCs in cellular differentiation of epididymal stem cells.||2019-2024||INRS||PhD||Daniel Cyr|
|Valérie Jolicoeur||Impact of organohalogen contaminants on the thyroid axis of St. Lawrence belugas.||2019-2021||UQAM||M.Sc.||Jonathan Verreault|
|Verônica Angélica Alves|| Thyroid hormones and androgens crosstalk: implications in Silurana (Xenopus) tropicalis reproduction.|
I am studying endocrine disruptors because:''Endocrine disruptors chemicals (EDCs) are significant environmental risk factors for wildlife and human health. Nevertheless, EDCs are widely spread. Concern on this issue is relatively recent, and although knowledge on this field had a considerable advance in the last decades, many questions remain open. Understanding how the endocrine system works and how chemicals can disrupt this system is fundamental to support responsible decisions concerning environmental protection and, ultimately, our health''.
|Planned end 2024||INRS||PhD||Valérie Langlois|
|Yeon Seon Jeon||Understanding the Variability in Avian Transcriptomic Responses to Environmental Chemicals: A Case Study with Ethinylestradiol.||2018-2022||McGill||PhD||Jessica Head|
|Yesenia Blasco Navarro||Morphometric and epigenetic alterations of zebrafish eleutheroembryos exposed to EDCs.||2019-2020||Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas||M.Sc.||Laia Navarro Martin|
|Christopher Tubbs||San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance|
|Gregory Lemkine||Laboratoire Watchfrog|