• Mar 24, 2021 from 16:00 to 17:30
  • Location: VIRTUAL EVENT
  • Latest Activity: Feb 23

The first of a series of virtual meetings to discuss current work and research in the area of atomic spectroscopy. The aim is to bring together researchers from all career stages to discuss their current/recent projects.

This virtual meeting will consist of 4 presentations.

4pm Introduction 

Tracking the Analytical Chemistry of Arsenic, Prof Julian Tyson, UMass Amherst, US

Arsenic exposure from food intake in endemic areas of Bihar, India,  Dr Debapriya Mondal, St George's University, London, UK

Exposure to inorganic arsenic via PM2.5 in Bangladesh Dr Laurie Savage, University of Aberdeen, UK

Case study: the use of biological monitoring to identify arsenic exposure from well water in the UK, Dr Jackie Morton HSE Science and Research Centre, Buxton UK

Discussion and questions

5.30 Close

Speakers

  • Prof Julian TysonUMass Amherst, United States
  • Dr Debapriya MondalSt George's University, London, United Kingdom
  • Dr Laurie SavageUniversity of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
  • Dr Jackie MortonHSE Science and Research Centre, United Kingdom

 

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