Presentations and Materials

Scientific Background

Herb Buxton, US Geological Survey Toxic Substances Hydrology Program
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Regulatory Landscape

Ron Bloom, US FDA Center for Drug Evaluation and Research in Office of Pharmaceutical Science
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Suzanne Rudzinski, US EPA Office of Science and Technology in Office of Water
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European Perspective

John Sumpter, Brunel University Institute for the Environment
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Group 1: Sources of Pollution/Fate and Transport

Damian Shea, NC State Department of Biology
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Howard Weinberg, UNC Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
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Mike Williams, NC State Animal Waste Management Programs
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Group 2: Human/Ecological Effects/Risks

Jim Lazorchak, EPA Molecular Indicator Research Branch
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Analysis of Ecologically Relevant Pharmaceuticals in Wastewater and Surface Water Using Selective Solid-Phase Extraction and UPLC-MS/MS
Risks to Aquatic Organisms Posed by Human Pharmaceutical Use

Keith Solomon, University of Guelph Centre for Toxicology and Department of Environmental Biology
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Group 3: Best Management Practices

Christian Daughton, US EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory
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Doug Finan, GlaxoSmithKline Environment, Health and Safety Regulatory Affairs
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Group 4: Education and Communication

Rachel Golden Smith, NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources
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Resources

Kathleen Gray, UNC Institute for the Environment
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Mike Newton-Ward, NC Division of Public Health
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Others Resources

EU KNAPPE: Knowledge and Need Assessment on Pharmaceutical Products in Environmental Waters

US EPA “Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs): Relevant Literature”

Phamaceuticals in the Environment. PhRMA Briefing Paper: PIE Background

Phamaceuticals in the Environment. PhRMA Briefing Paper: Human Health

Removal of EDCs and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking and Reuse Treatment Processes

Toxicological Relevance of EDCs and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water

State of Knowledge of Endocrine Disruptors and Pharmaceuticals in Drinking Water