PhD student wins award at environmental toxicology conference

PhD student Clare Death has won the prize for "Best Student Presentation" at the Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) Australasia conference, in Nelson, New Zealand, for a talk titled "Industrial fluoride emissions and marsupials: pathology, epidemiology and biomarkers".

The prize will provide her with travel, accommodation and registration support so she can present her research at an upcoming international SETAC conference.

Clare's APAI was supported by Portland Aluminium (Alcoa), and she was co-supervised by Dr Jasmin Hufschmid from the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Science and A/Professor Graeme Coulson from the School of BioSciences.