THEME 1

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DETECTION, MONITORING, MODELING, AND TREATMENT

Interim Thematic Leader: Stéphane Bayen

The objective of this theme is to develop effective protocols for the detection of endocrine disruptors to enhance their monitoring and the ability to model their levels in the environment. Theme 1 will also focus on the discovery of improved techniques for treating liquid and solid matrices contaminated by endocrine disruptors. Research on the detection and monitoring of endocrine disruptors includes the development of new methods for extracting and purifying these contaminants, quantifying them by new analytical methods, and measuring their harmful effects by cellular or biochemical methods. The development of new geomatic and remote sensing tools that can assess the biological content or effects of large-scale endocrine disruptors is also a research area explored by our researchers. In terms of treatment, research includes the development of physical chemical, electrochemical and biological techniques for treating municipal and industrial wastewater, soils and sediments, industrial residues and urban waste contaminated with endocrine disruptors.

STÉPHANE BAYEN’S BIOGRAPHY

Dr Stéphane Bayen is an Associate Professor in the Department of Food Science and Agricultural Chemistry at McGill University. His research interests include analytical chemistry applied to the detection of trace contaminants and their metabolites in food and the environment, the fate of contaminants (contaminant chemistry; bioaccumulation mechanisms involved in the contamination of foodstuff; behavior of contaminants during food storage, processing and cooking) and ecological & human health risk assessments. Since 2014, he is building a research program at McGill University, concentrating on developing novel non-targeted approaches (e.g. Foodomics) to monitor contaminants and to provide a more in-depth understanding of their behavior from field to fork.

REGULAR MEMBERS CONTRIBUTING TO THEME 1

To find out more about our members, see the complete list of ICEDA members.

Environmental Risk Assessment. Learn more

Wildlife Health Assessment. Learn more

Distribution and Toxic Effects of Contaminants in the Environment. Learn more

Pharmacology. Toxicology. Endocrinology. Biology. Human/Animal Health. Metabolic Health. Zebrafish. Mouse Models. Learn more

Ecotoxicology. Olfaction. Pollutants. Insects. Adaptation. Ecophysiology. Insect Endocrinology. Learn more

Toxicology. Molecular Biology. Public and Environmental Health. Community-Based Research. Exposure Assessment and Biomonitoring. Learn more

Gene Expression. Aquatic Contaminants. Learn more

Molecular Ecotoxicology. Aquatic Nanotoxicology. Learn more

Aquatic Ecotoxicology. Environmental Effects Research. Wastewater. Agriculture. Cumulative Effects Assessment. Learn more

Sanitation and Decontamination. Learn more

Environmental Toxicology. Comparative Avian Toxicology. Learn more

Remote Sensing and Hydrology. Learn more

Ecosystem Health Assessment. Learn more

Genetics, Neurodegenerative Diseases. Learn more

Distribution, Bioaccumulation and Effects of Chemicals on Aquatic Organisms. Learn more

Toxicological Risk Analysis. Women’s Health / Maternal Health / Maternity. Environmental Health. Learn more

Aquatic Toxicology. Fish Reproductive Health. Environmental Effects Monitoring. Wastewater. Cumulative Effects Assessment. Learn more

Biology. Water Sciences. Water Quality Criteria. Ecotoxicology. Environmental Risk Assessment. Learn more

Environmental Engineering. Environmental Chemistry. NanoTechnology. Ecotoxicology. Emerging Contaminants. Environmental Risk Assessment. Wastewater. Water Treatment. Learn more

Ecotoxicological Risk Assessment, Benthic Community. Learn more

Environmental Health. Environmental Toxicology. Overall Health. Risk Assessment. Learn more

Treatment and Sustainable Management of Contaminated Water. Learn more

Electrotechnologies. Water Treatment. Learn more

Chemical and Biological Contamination in the Environment and Food. Learn more

Lake and Marine Sediments. Natural Environmental Risks and Risks Resulting from Human Activities. Learn more

Bioprocesses and the Valorization of Residues into High Value-Bioproducts. Green Chemistry to Find Ecological Alternatives to Chemical Antibiotics. Industrial Microbiology. Environmental Chemistry. Emerging Contaminants. Learn more

Analytical Chemistry. Emerging Contaminants. Water Treatment. Circular Economy. Soils. Learn more

Food Safety. Analytical Chemistry. Environmental Science. Food Science. Learn more

Ecotoxicogenomics. Chemical and Environmental Toxicology. Animal Physiology. Endocrinology. Molecular Biology. Detection of Endocrine Disruptors Using Cell Lines. Learn more

Environmental Toxicology, Endocrinology, Animal Physiology, and Molecular Biology/Toxicology in Vertebrate and Invertebrate Models. Learn more

Control of Environmental Contaminants. Protection of Water Resources. Water Treatment. Learn more