When:
June 7, 2019 all-day
2019-06-07T00:00:00-04:00
2019-06-08T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON
Tabaret
75 Laurier Ave E, Ottawa, ON K1N 6N6
Canada

 

Registration is now open for the Laurentian SETAC 24th Annual General Meeting and Conference.

The Laurentian SETAC AGM is a great opportunity to present new research, and network with colleagues working in the Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry fields throughout Ontario.

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Investigating environmental contaminants of concern to support decision making: from the St. Lawrence to the Arctic

Dr. Magali Houde
Research Scientist, Environment and Climate Change Canada and Adjunct Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal

How research and regulatory risk assessment have advanced policy making in Canada over the last decade

Dr. Angelika Zidek
Senior Manager, Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety Branch, Health Canada

 

Abstract Submission: Deadline for abstract submission: 10 May

Please refer to the Call for Abstracts for information on format.

AWARDS

Student Travel Assistance: Deadline for student travel assistance award application: 10 May

Please refer to the Student Travel Assistance Award Form for the required information (must be traveling a distance great than 200 km to attend the meeting).

Best Presentation Awards: Available to Student Members in good standing. Confirm during registration process that you want to be considered.

Maria Colavecchia-Pfuetzner Memorial Travel Award: Provided to the best overall Student presentation (+ $200 USD top up from SETAC NA) to attend the SETAC NA Meeting. As per SETAC NA rules, award may not be used at a later date.

Registration Fees: (Note: 1-year Membership: Regular $15, Student $6.)

AGM Registration

Until May 10

Before June 1

After June 1

Member

$85

$110 $150

Non-member

$110

$135

$160

Student and Recent Graduate – Member

$60

$80

$100

Student and Recent Graduate – Non-member*

$85 $105

$125

*Please note that only Student Members in good standing will be considered for Laurentian SETAC awards