SETAC Global Awards recognize contributions of individuals, or groups of individuals, who have made clearly identifiable, outstanding contributions consistent with the goals of SETAC.

The award winners were announced and celebrated during SETAC annual meetings throughout the year.

Peter CampbellFounders Award

Peter Campbell

University of Quebec, INRS, Canada

The prestigious Founders Award is the highest honor SETAC can bestow. It is given annually to an individual whose outstanding career and significant contributions to environmental science reflect the goals of SETAC. Campbell is an international leader who has had a profound influence on our understanding of metal bioavailability in waters and sediments. His research has greatly assisted in managing the sustainability of metals activities while protecting the health of the aquatic environment, and his mentorship and supervision has influenced a generation to do likewise.

Fellows Award

SETAC Fellows have demonstrated achievement in science or science policy and possesses institutional knowledge of the society. For a complete list of SETAC Fellows, visit

George Cobb

George Cobb

Baylor University, USA

David Fischer

David Fischer

Bayer CropScience, USA

Carsten Liber

Carsten Liber

University of Saskatchewan, Canada

Jorge Römbke

Jörg Römbke

ECT Oekotoxikologie GmbH, Germany

Francesca GissiSETAC / ICA Chris Lee Award

Francesca Gissi

Office of Environment and Heritage, Australia

The SETAC / ICA Chris Lee Award for Metals Research, sponsored by The International Copper Association and initiated by the Society to recognize the leadership and technical contributions by the late Dr. Chris Lee, honors a graduate student or recent graduate who has focused on research related to the fate and/or effects of metals in the environment.

ET&C Best Paper Award

The Gut Microbiome and Aquatic Toxicology: An Emerging Concept for Environmental Health

Ondrej Adamovsky, Amanda N. Buerger, Alexis M. Wormington, Naomi Ector, Robert J. Griffitt, Joseph H. Bisesi Jr., and Christopher J. Martyniuka

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Ondrei Adamovsky

Ondrej Adamovsky

Masaryk University, Czech Republic

Amanda Buerger

Amanda Buerger

University of Florida, USA

Sandy RaimondoIEAM Best Paper Award

Sandy Raimondo

US Environmental Protection Agency, USA

A Framework for Linking Population Model Development with Ecological Risk Assessment Objectives

Sandy Raimondo, Matthew Etterson, Nathan Pollesch, Kristina Garber, Andrew Kanarek, Wade Lehmann, and Jill Awkermany

IEAM Volume 14,Issue 11

Mohd Firdaus B Mohd AnuarBest Student Paper Award

Mohd Firdaus B Mohd Anuar

Universiti Putra Malaysia

A Framework for Linking Population Model Development with Ecological Risk Assessment Objectives

Mohd Anuar Mohd Firdaus, Annika Agatz, Mark E. Hodson, Omar S.A. Al‐Khazrajy, Alistair B.A. Boxall

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