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SETAC/Procter & Gamble Fellowship
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Sponsored by The Procter & Gamble Company

The SETAC / Procter & Gamble Fellowship for Doctoral Research in Environmental Science, sponsored by the Procter & Gamble Company, provided $15,000 (USD) for 1-year Ph.D. studies.

Past Award Winners

  • 2018- Julie Krzykwa "Advancing animal alternatives in toxicity testing: The use of developmental abnormalities in fish embryos to predict chronic toxicity and adverse outcome." Texas Christian University, USA
  • 2017- Francesca Gissi "Development of new risk assessment in sound management and regulations of chemicals." 
  • 2016-  Evelyn Stinckens "An alternative testing strategy for the fish early life-stage test using the adverse outcome pathway framework." University of Antwerp
  • 2015- David W. Brew "Environmental Metabolomics and Biomonitoring of Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Wild Eastern Oysters (Crassostrea virginica) from Georgia, USA Estuaries." University of Georgia
  • 2014 - Ling Jin. "Novel Tools to Assess Combined Effect of Bioaccumulative Chemicals in Marine Wildlife." The University of Queensland
  • 2013- Laura Carter. "Predicting the uptake of ionisable compounds into soil invertebrates" University of York, UK
  • 2012 - Brett Blackwell. "Transport and potential biological effects of particulate bound veterinary growth promoters emanating from beef cattle feedyards of the Southern High Plains, USA." Texas Tech University, USA
  • 2011 - Debora Jesabel Perez. "Potential of the wetland macrophyte Bidens laevis L. as biomonitor of genotoxic effects of the insecticide endosulfan." Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata, Argentina
  • 2010 - Patricks Voua Otomo. "Assessing the Role of Temperature in Metal Toxicity to Soil Organisms by using Biomarkers and Life Cycle Responses." University of Sellenbosch, South Africa
  • 2009 - Michelle Blickley. "Investigating the Bioavailability and Toxicological Effects of Engineered Nanomaterials Quantum Dot, in Marine Teleosts." Duke University, USA
  • 2008 - Sagarika Mohanty. "Effect of Surfactant Enhanced Bioavailability on Degradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons." Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  • 2007 - Nynke Kramer. "The Consequences of Bioavailability in In Vitro Systems." Utrecht University, Netherlands
  • 2006 – Karen Eisenreich. "Comparative Metabolism and Potential Implications of Brominated Flame Retardant Exposure in Two Species of Turtles.” University of Maryland, USA
  • 2005 - Janet Cumming. "Environmental Behavior and Ecotoxicology of Polymeric Quaternary Ammonium Salts as Used in Cosmetic Applications." Griffith University School of Australian Environmental Studies, Brisbane, Australia.
  • 2004 - Barbara Luchsinger. "Novel Bioanalytical Technique for Chemically Reactive Species." Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science & Technology (EAWAG), Switzerland.
  • 2003 - Lance J. Schuler. "Collection and Interpretation of Body Residue-Effects Data for Use in Ecological Risk Assessments." Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, USA
  • 2002 - Luis Rodrigo Orrego. "Effect of Pulp & Paper Mill Effluent on Bio Bio River in Central Chile: Use of reproductive, physiological, and biochemical biomarkers." University of Concepción, Chile.

Procter & Gamble Statement on Use of Animals in Research*:

Current scientific knowledge and regulatory frameworks can require that animals be used in the development of new methods to safeguard humans and wildlife. There is, however, an expectation that all options to reduce, refine or replace animal use will be incorporated into any research proposal. Applicants should therefore include an evaluation of whether and why vertebrate animal use is necessary for their proposed research and also describe the treatment (i.e., collection, dosing, housing, euthanasia) of any vertebrates to be used in the research. Click here for more on Procter & Gamble's policy on the use of animals in research.

Reports and Acknowledgments:

Copies of the dissertation and any article, paper, or manuscript prepared under the Fellowship are required from the recipient. These should be sent to the above address. Publications resulting from work under the Fellowship should bear the following statement: "This work was supported by the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Doctoral Fellowship, sponsored by the Procter & Gamble Company."

Procter & Gamble Statement on the Use of Animals in Research is not officially endorsed by and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC).