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He has 17 years of research experience in the development, application, and evaluation of databases, methods and models to assess the exposure, hazard, and risk of organic chemicals to humans and the environment.
His research has focused on the application of high-throughput screening methods for prioritizing chemicals for risk assessment. He is the principal investigator or co-investigator of various international projects including collaborations in the United States, Europe, and Canada. He was the recipient of the James M.
He has published over articles in refereed journals and as book chapters h-factor 67 and was lead or contributing author on assessments of persistent chemicals in polar regions. Inhe was corecipient with Prof. Gobas' research is focused on the environmental behaviour and effects of pollutants.
His research investigates how pollutants are taken up by wildlife and humans; how pollutants behave in food-webs and ecosystems; how pollutants cause health effects; and how contaminated environmental systems can be remediated. His research involves laboratory studies, field studies, simulation modelling and policy analysis.
His food-chain bioaccumulation models have been adopted by Environment Canada for bioaccumulation categorization; by the United States Environmental Protection Agency USEPA for water quality guideline development and pesticide registration; and included in environmental simulation software packages e.
Gobas has worked with government agencies and industry in Canada and the US and with international organizations on regulatory issues related to the fate and exposure of environmental contaminants in wildlife and human populations.
He has also been involved in several contaminant fate and exposure studies on Super Fund sites in the US. Details on the work of Dr.
Gobas and his research group can be obtained at http: She studies the temporal and spatial trends, sources and transport pathways of atmospheric organic contaminants to the Arctic, the Great Lakes and other ecologically sensitive environments.
She also investigates the impact of climate change and variations on the cycling of environmental pollutants.
She is a graduate of the University of Toronto, Canada Ph. She leads the long-term air monitoring programs for persistent organic pollutants POPs and chemicals of emerging concern in the Canadian Arctic and the Great Lakes Basin.
Dimitris Argyropoulos, Professor of Chemistry at North Carolina State University, is internationally recognized for his leading contributions to Green Chemistry using wood biopolymers.
The efforts of his research group have been disseminated in excess of scientific papers, numerous scientific conferences and invited presentations. He has more than 25 years of industrial and academic experience in the field of bioprocessing of lignocellulosic biomass to biofuels and value-added bioproducts.
He has worked as industrial research scientist and held faculty positions in departments of biotechnology, chemical and biological engineering, and environmental engineering in South Africa and USA. He has performed large-scale industrial trials and led multi-million dollar projects, carrying out pioneering work in the area of transforming pulp and paper mills into Forest Biorefineries.
Currently he serves as Director of the Biorefining Research Institute and Senior Ontario Research Chair leading an interdisciplinary team of faculty and researchers from several science and engineering departments at Lakehead University.
His research mission is to add value to the global Bioeconomy by applying an integrated biorefinery approach to the development of renewable energy technologies. Christopher is a member of the editorial board of several international chemical and biotechnology journals, advisory boards, and professional societies.
Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland, Dr. Gray received his B. His research interests are in polymer, colloid and surface chemistry, with emphasis on the properties of wood, pulp and paper and cellulose. He has published more than publications in refereed journals, with over 16, citations to his research.
Discoveries from his research group have included the first reported formation of liquid crystalline cellulose derivatives, and the preparation and self assembly of cellulose nanocrystals to give chiral nematic suspensions and ordered films.
These unexpected properties have led to wide interest in the production and application of nanocellulosic materials. He received the Anselme Payen award of the American Chemical Society inand the Marcus Wallenberg Prize in for scientific achievements relevant to forestry and forest industries.
Kristiina Iisa has over thirty years of experience in thermochemical conversion processes and air pollution control. Her current research focuses on the production of biofuels and chemicals via catalytic fast pyrolysis of biomass.The LTWA is accessible online.
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