We are always pleased to host young scholars at Celltox for measurement of their samples in in vitro assays. Check out two new papers stemming from such collaborations. Dr. Pavel Saur
is a fish biology expert who worked on water qualitiy during his visit at UFZ and his paper "Bioanalytical and chemical characterization of organic micropollutant mixtures in long-term exposed passive samplers from the Joint Danube Survey 4: Setting a baseline for water quality monitoring”
is a first testimony of this fruitful collaboration. Fei Chen
visited from Guangdong Key Laboratory of Environmental Pollution and Health, School of Environment, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China (before the pandemic) and first outcomes can be found in "Text Mining-Based Suspect Screening for Aquatic Risk Assessment in the Big Data Era: Event-Driven Taxonomy Links Chemical Exposures and Hazards”
Fancy travel to Barcelona? All you need to know about drinking water quality in all suburbs of Barcelona….
Link to article at nature.com
Zelltox PhD student Weiping Qin presented her first paper on the role of protein binding of PFAS in cell-based bioassay at the SETAC Europe 2023 conference in Dublin and at the JRC summer school on new approach methods in Ispra.
We are now offering experimental theses again.
If you are interested in writing your Bachelor or Master Thesis at the department of Cell Toxicology you can contact Beate Escher or you can express your interest by clicking here.