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PFAS Levels in Fish 1hr Webinar

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Numerous studies have appeared over the past two years describing the levels of PFAS present in various fish species typically consumed by humans. Join us to learn about the methods used to analyse PFAS in tissue samples, types and amounts of PFAS grouped by species, habitat preference and potential consumption advisories.


De nombreuses études ont été publiées au cours des deux dernières années décrivant les niveaux des SPFA présents dans diverses espèces de poissons typiquement consommés par l’homme. Rejoignez-nous pour en savoir plus sur les méthodes utilisées pour analyser les SPFA dans les échantillons de tissus, les types et les quantités des SPFA regroupées par espèce, les habitats et la consommation potentielle.

Presenter

Heather Lord

Dr. Lord joined Bureau Veritas Laboratories as Manager, Environmental Research & Development in 2012. Managing Bureau Veritas’ Environmental R&D team with a focus on increasing analytical sensitivity, reducing time and costs for field work and improving overall site characterization, she works closely with industry stakeholders to address new technical challenges. Heather has a wealth of experience in R&D planning, design and management and a successful track record in the execution of collaborative R&D projects. Prior to joining Bureau Veritas Laboratories, Heather was a Research Associate in the Chemistry Department at the University of Waterloo. She managed research activities carried out as part of an NSERC Industrial Research Chair for new analytical methods and technologies. Heather has co-authored a technology patent, edited two books on Sample Preparation, has delivered over 30 conference lectures in the past 10 years and has published over 50 papers in refereed scientific journals. She earned her PhD in Analytical Chemistry at the University of Waterloo.