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Technical Program

Tuesday, August 19
Location: Old Capitol
4–5 p.m.RegistrationOld Capitol
5–5:10 p.m.Iowa WelcomeSenate Chambers
5:10–5:50 p.m.Jerald SchnoorUniversity of Iowa, Editor, ES&TThe Emergence of Emerging Chemicals at ES&T
5:50–6:30 p.m.Rai KookanaCSIRO Land and Water, AustraliaPharmaceuticals in the Asian Environment: Houston, We Have a Problem
6:30–7:10 p.m.Jan ChristensenUniversity of CopenhagenCONTAMINOMICS: A New Concept in Environmental Sciences
7:10 p.m.–closeOpening reception
Wednesday, August 20
Location: Shambaugh Auditorium
8–8:30 a.m.Registration
8:30–8:45 a.m.Opening remarks
Source and Source Pathways – I: Moderator, Thomas Borch
8:45–9 a.m.Tia-Marie ScottUSGSA National Study of Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater Treatment Plants Receiving Discharges from Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Facilities
9–9:15 a.m.Patrick PhillipsUSGSLong-term Trend in Wastewater Pharmaceutical Concentrations in Response to Cessation of Pharmaceutical Production Sources
9:15–9:30 a.m.Iolana CampestriniUniversity of CampinasOccurrence of Cocaine in Wastewater, Surface, and Drinking Waters in Campinas, São Paulo-Brasil
9:30–9:45 a.m.Usman KhanMcGill UniversityAssessing the Use of 10 Illicit Drugs Amongst 11.4 Million Urban Chinese through a Sewage-based Approach
9:45–10 a.m.Jason MasonerUSGSContaminants of Emerging Concern in Fresh Leachate from Landfills in the Conterminous United States
10–10:30 a.m.Coffee break
10:30–10:45 a.m.Inoka AmarakoonUniversity of ManitobaDissipation of Chlortetracycline, Sulfamethazine, and Tylosin in Manure-amended Soil Following Field Application of Beef Cattle Manure
10:45–11 a.m.Michelle HladikUSGSDisinfection By-products Formed during the Treatment of Wastewater, including Produced Waters from Oil and Gas Production
Policy – I: Moderator, Kris Wammer
11–11:15 a.m.Helen GoedenMinnesota Department of HealthMinnesota Department of Health’s Drinking Water Contaminants of Emerging Concern Program
11:15–11:30 a.m.Carol LyonsInstitute for Environmental SolutionsBlue Crew Water Stewards: Tackling the CEC Problem through Youth Education
Fate – I: Moderator, Paul Bradley
11:30–11:45 a.m.Christy RemucalUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonAssessing the Direct and Indirect Photochemical Pathways Impacting the Fate and Transport of Lampricides in Tributaries of the Great Lakes
11:45 a.m.–1 p.m.Lunch
1–1:15 p.m.Ed KolodziejUniversity of Nevada-RenoThe Implications of Structural Conservation and Retained Bioactivity on Environmental Risk assessment of veterinary pharmaceuticals
1:15–1:30 p.m.Adam WardIndiana UniversityProduct-to-parent Reversion of Trenbolone: Stream-hyporheic Spiraling Increases Ecosystem Exposure and Environmental Persistence
1:30–1:45 p.m.Robert YoungColorado State UniversityPhotodegradation of Lamotrigine (an Antiepileptic) in Simulated Sunlight – pH-influenced Rates and Products
1:45–2 p.m.Kris WammerUniversity of St. ThomasEnvironmental Photochemistry of Altrenogest
2–2:15 p.m.Naama Golan-RozenThe Hebrew University of JerusalemTransformation of the Recalcitrant Pharmaceutical Carbamazepine by the White-rot Fungus Pleurotus ostreatus
2:15–2:45 p.m.Coffee break
Effects – I: Moderator, David Cwiertny
2:45–3 p.m.Luke IwanowiczUSGSComplementary Application of Resident Fish Biomarkers and in vitro and in vivo Assays to Identify Waters Impacted by Endocrine Active Chemicals
3–3:15 p.m.Heiko SchoenfussSt. Cloud State UniversityA Multi-tiered Assessment of Biological Effects of Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Great Lakes tributaries
3:15–3:30 p.m.Rebecca KlaperUniversity of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeExamining the Influence of Major Wastewater Components Found in the Great Lakes using Paired Field and Laboratory Studies
3:30–3:45 p.m.Linnea ThomasSt. Cloud StateAssessing Biomagnification of Sertraline and Triclocarban in the Cuyahoga River
3:45–4 p.m.Shawn McElmurryWayne State UniversityToxicity of Combined Stressors on Daphnia pulex: Interactions between Diazinon, 4-nonylphenol, and Treated Wastewater Effluent
5–7 p.m.Poster SessionSeamans Center
Thursday, August 21
Location: Shambaugh Auditorium
8:40–8:45 a.m.Opening remarks
Methods – I: Moderator, Keri Hornbuckle
8:45–9 a.m.Michael McLachlanStockholm UniversityDiscovering Unknown Environmental Contaminants with the Help of Model-based Screening
9–9:15 a.m.John D. VargoState Hygienic Lab, University of IowaA Tale of Two Rivers: Assessment of Pharmaceuticals, Antibiotics, and Personal Care Products in the Des Moines River and the Iowa River
9:15–9:30 a.m.Merete GrungNorwegian Institute for Water Research (NIVA)Conventional and Non-target Analysis of Aquatic Environmental Samples from Bosnia and Herzegovina
9:30–9:45 a.m.David AlvarezUSGSPassive Sampling for Emerging Contaminants: Fifteen years of the POCIS – So What Have We Learned?
9:45–10 a.m.Will BackeMinnesota Department of HealthDetermination of Acrylamide in Environmental and Drinking Waters by Large-volume Injection —Hydrophilic-interaction Liquid Chromatography and Tandem Mass Spectrometry
10–10:30 a.m.Coffee break
Treatment – I: Moderator, Michelle Hladik
10:30–10:45 a.m.Youla JenidiThe University of NottinghamEnzymatic Treatment of Emerging Contaminants in Water Matrices: Evaluating Removal through Response Surface Methodology and Artificial Neural Networks
10:45–11 a.m.Naresh SinghalUniversity of AucklandTransformation and Removal of Phenolic Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals in Water by Fe-TAML, a Green Catalyst
11–11:15 a.m.Ruiqing LuUniversity of IllinoisRemoval of Human Adenovirus in Wastewater by Membrane Bio-reactor
11:15–11:30 a.m.Lauren StadlerUniversity of MichiganImpact of Low Dissolved Oxygen Wastewater Treatment on Pharmaceutical Removal
11:30–11:45 a.m.Jeramy JasmannColorado State UniversityElectrolytic Degradation of Aqueous Contaminants Catalyzed by Novel Titanium Dioxide Pellets
11:45 a.m.–1 p.m.Lunch
Fate – II: Moderator, Ed Furlong
1–1:15 p.m.Paul BradleyUSGSSurface-water to Groundwater Transport of Pharmaceuticals in a Wastewater-impacted Stream in the United States
1:15–1:30 p.m.Myah GoldsteinThe Hebrew University of JerusalemInsights into the Uptake Processes of Wastewater-borne Pharmaceuticals by Vegetables
1:30–1:45 p.m.Matt LimmerMissouri S&TScreening for Plant Uptake of Emerging Organic Contaminants
1:45–2 p.m.Gregory LeFevreStanford UniversityRapid Uptake and In-planta Metabolism of Benzotriazole Anticorrosives: Implications for Water Reuse
2–2:15 p.m.Emily LipscombVirginia TechEffect of Storm Events on Transport of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Surface Water and Sediment: Field Studies in Colorado and Virginia
2:15–2:45 p.m.Coffee break
Effects – II: Moderator, Heiko Schoenfuss
2:45–3 p.m.Marie DeLorenzoNOAA, National Ocean ServiceEffects of Antimicrobial Exposures on the Grass Shrimp, Palaemonetes pugio, Associated Vibrio Bacterial Density, and Development of Antibiotic Resistance
3–3:15 p.m.Joseph DurisUSGSAntibiotic Resistance in Fecal Materials from Animals and Humans
3:15–3:30 p.m.Julie ZillesUniversity of IllinoisInvestigating the Spread of Antimicrobial Resistance Genes through Transfer of Extracellular DNA
3:30–3:45 p.m.Larry BarberUSGSIntegrated Assessment of Wastewater Effluent Estrogenicity in the Upper Murray River, Australia, to the Murray Rainbowfish (Melanotaenia fluviatilis)
3:45–4 p.m.Maja PlahutaNational Institute of ChemistryToxic and Endocrine Disrupting Effects of BPA on Freshwater Isopod Asellus aquaticus
5–8 p.m.BanquetSecrest Barn
Friday, August 22
Location: Shambaugh Auditorium
8:40–8:45 a.m.Opening remarks
Treatment – II: Moderator, Kevin Bisceglia
8:45–9 a.m.David TanUniversity of MinnesotaEstrone Biodegradation: Organic Carbon Effects and Feeding Eegimes
9–9:15 a.m.Justin HutchisonUniversity of IllinoisBiomimetic Catalysts for Perchlorate Reduction in Drinking Water
Effects – III: Moderator, Rebecca Klaper
9:15–9:30 a.m.Jianliang ZhaoGuangzhou Institute of GeochemistryAdsorption, Disposition, Metabolism, and Excretion of Pharmaceuticals by Bluegill Exposed at Constant Concentrations in a Flow-through Aquatic Exposure System
9:30–9:45 a.m.David PittsWayne State UniversityPredator-prey Interactions between Daphnia pulex and Hydra littoralis in the Presence of Emerging Contaminants
9:45–10 a.m.David FeifarekSt. Cloud State UniversityModulation of Estrogenic Effects by Environmental Temperature and Food Availability
10–10:30 a.m.Coffee break
Fate – III: Moderator, Bjarne Strobel
10:30–10:45 a.m.Frederik Clauson-KaasUniversity of CopenhagenNatural Contaminants: The Carcinogen Ptaquiloside is Present in Soil and Water
10:45–11 a.m.Melissa SchultzThe College of WoosterOccurrence, Fate, and Effects of Antidepressants and Transformation Products in Terrestrial Environments that Receive Biosolids
11–11:15 a.m.Sarah ElliottUSGSPharmaceuticals in Water and Aquatic Biota of St. Croix River Tributaries
11:15–11:30 a.m.William BattaglinUSGSHormones, Pharmaceuticals, and other Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Water and Sediment from National Parks in the United States
11:30–11:45 a.m.Wei ZhangMichigan State UniversityCan Manure-derived Biochars Serve as a Long-term Sink for Veterinary Antibiotics in Soil?
11:45 a.m.–1 p.m.Lunch
Fate – IV: Moderator, Dana Kolpin
1–1:15 p.m.Kathy LeeUSGSEndocrine-active Chemicals in Water and Bottom Sediment in Great Lakes Areas of Concern
1:15–1:30 p.m.William SimpkinsIowa State UniversityEvidence of Adenovirus A31, G1 Norovirus, Enterovirus, and G3 HEV Transport from River and Sanitary Sewer Sources to a Municipal Water Supply in an Alluvial Aquifer
1:30–1:45 p.m.Madeline GotkowitzWisconsin Geological SurveyFate and Transport of Human Enteric Viruses in Groundwater in an Urban Setting
1:45–2 p.m.Chad KinneyColorado State University-PuebloAntimicrobial Agents Triclocarban and Triclosan in a Terrestrial Food Web Impacted by Wastewater biosolids
2–2:15 p.m.Marine SouchierUMR HydroSciencesNew Insights into the Fate of Triclocarban in Rivers
2:15–2:30 p.m.Closing remarks
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Posted on June 3rd, 2014