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Europe Branches: Arabian Gulf Branch

For more information, visit the SETAC Arabian Gulf Branch website.

The SETAC Arabian Gulf Branch Board of Directors for 2016 includes:

  • President: Christopher Warren, ExxonMobil Research Qatar
  • Vice President: Brett Lyons, Centre for the Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS), UK
  • Treasurer: Ipek Goktepe, Qatar University / CAS
  • Secretary: Moza M. Al-Naemi, Qatar Science and Technology Park
  • Past President and IT/Newsletter Editor: Radhouane Ben-Hamadou, Qatar University / CAS

Other Council members:

  • Alexandra Leitão-Ben Hamadou, Qatar University / ESC
  • Amjad Shraim, Qatar University / CAS
  • Basem Shomar, QEERI, HBKU, Qatar Foundation
  • Fatin Samara, American University of Sharjah, UAE
  • Jeffrey Philip Obbard, Qatar University / ESC
  • Masoud Al-Marri, Ministry of Environment and Urban Planning, Qatar
  • Saad Jassim, Qatar Environment & Energy Research Institute, HBKU, QF
  • Saeed Suhur, ExxonMobil Research Qatar
  • Steffen S. Bach, Maersk Oil Research and Technology Center
  • Academia (out from Qatar) - TBC

To join the SETAC Arabian Gulf Branch, make sure you are signed in to your SETAC account. Then navigate to the top of this page and click the "Join Group” button.

The Qatar University Life Science Symposium (QULSS 2013) in Conjunction with the 1st Annual Meeting of the SETAC Arabian Gulf Branch, under the theme: Environmental Health Issues in the GCC took place from 10-12 December 2013 at the Qatar University.

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NEW: HORIZON SCANNING - MIDDLE EAST   

SETAC, the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (www.setac.org) is conducting a novel global horizon scanning project.

We would be grateful for your assistance in promoting a web-based solicitation of research questions that, if answered, would substantially advance our understanding of stresses to sustainable environmental quality.
Please click on the link below to access the solicitation. In most cases, the submission will require no more than 10 minutes to complete.

Please also forward the link and information about the solicitation to your colleagues in the Middle East and encourage them to submit their questions.

Questions submitted via this website will be synthesized by a team of public, private, academic and non-profit sector experts into a list of the top research priorities of relevance to the Middel East.

The survey started in Africa and future surveys will focus on Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America and North America in the coming months. These questions will be disseminated to the policy, industry, and scientific communities.

All responses to the solicitation will be strictly confidential.

If you have any questions about this exercise, please contact Bryan Brooks, Gary Ankley, Alistair Boxall or Murray Rudd.

Thank you for your interest in identifying global priorities for research.

Drs. Bryan Brooks, Gary Ankley, Alistair Boxall and Murray Rudd

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