Early Stage Researchers (ESRs)

ESR1 – Poornima Nagesh – Utrecht University

Integrating climate change scenarios with chemical emissions, fate and effects models of agricultural and urban systems

ESR2 – Alizée Desrousseaux – University of York

Scenarios for chemical emissions in urban systems over time

ESR3 – Rudrani Gajraj – University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna

Agricultural emission scenarios for different regions of Europe

ESR4 – Taylor Lane – University of York

Fate and uptake of chemicals in aquatic and soil systems in the future

ESR5 – Andrei Jarashneli – The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Development of a wastewater re-use exposure model based on produce consumption

ESR6 – John Hader – Stockholm University

Development of an exposure modelling framework for estimating the exposure of emerging chemicals in river basins, aquatic organisms and, drinking water now and in the future

ESR7 – Markus Hermann – Wageningen University & Research

Combined effects of stress posed by global climate change and chemicals on aquatic ecosystems

ESR8 – Francesco Polazzo – Fundation Imdea Agua

Establishing relationships between biological community composition and vulnerability to chemicals

ESR9 – Sabrina Roth – Stockholm University 

Using chemical activity to understand effects of chemical mixtures on microbial communities in aquatic sediments

ESR10 – Annika Mangold-Döring – Wageningen University & Research

Modelling the interaction between climate change and chemical effects at different levels of biological organization

ESR11 – Sophie Mentzel – Norwegian Institute for Water

Novel tools for forecasting chemical risks in agricultural systems in the future

ESR12 – Sam Welch – Norwegian Institute for Water

Assessing the combined toxicity, cumulative hazard, and cumulative risk of PPCP in wastewaters in the future

ESR13 – Joanke van Dijk – Utrecht University

Forecasting future changes in chemical risks in urban and agricultural systems and assessing mitigation possibilities