26th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference

Knowledge and Tools to Evaluate Alternatives

Tuesday PM
June 17, 2014


George Daston
Procter & Gamble Global Product Stewardship
“Cheminformatic approaches for toxicity prediction”

Daniel Chang
US EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory; North Carolina State University
“Rapid in silico methods to characterize and predict ADME properties for chemical toxicity and exposure prioritization”

Douglas Parsons
US Environmental Protection Agency
“Showcase of ChemView: EPA’s online database to access information under the Toxic Substances Control Act”

Joel Tickner
University of Massachusetts Lowell
“Functional Use: An underappreciated foundational concept in advancing safer chemistry”

Caroline Baier-Anderson
US Environmental Protection Agency
“Incorporating SAR and high-throughput screening data into alternatives assessment: Challenges and opportunities”

Jennifer McPartland
Environmental Defense Fund; Johns Hopkins University
“Developing systematic review approaches for mechanistic data and the relevance to chemical alternatives assessment”

Lauren Heine
Clean Production Action GreenScreen Program
“Using Chemical Hazard Assessment for Informed Substitution: Applications of GreenScreen for Safer Chemicals”

Session Organizer:

Adelina Voutchkova-Kostal, George Washington University

Session Moderator:

Elaine Cohen Hubal, US EPA

Green Chemistry Beyond the Bachelor’s Degree (….and Ph.D.) – Part II

Tuesday PM
June 17, 2014


Martin Mulvihill
University of California, Berkeley
“Connecting students with real-world applications of chemistry through project-based courses, outreach, and a focus on science communication”

Jennie Dodson
Network of Early-Career Scientists and Engineers (NESSE)
“Network of Early-Career Sustainable Scientists and Engineers (NESSE): an initiative from the ACS Summer School on Green Chemistry and Sustainable Energy 2013”

Edward Brush
Bridgewater State University
“Project GreenLab: A regional student-faculty collaboration in green chemistry curriculum development, research and outreach education”

Laura Hoch
The University of Toronto
“Impact of active student participation on driving the green chemistry conversation”

Milton Jackson Jr
University of Oregon
Oregon State University
“Mentoring graduate students in research and teaching by utilizing research as a template”

Amy Cannon
Beyond Benign
“The Green Chemistry Commitment: Resources for implementing green chemistry student learning objectives”

David Hogan
University of Arizona
“Learn to see green with GREEN”

Session Chair:

Anne Marteel-Parrish, Washington College

Education Theme Leader:

Julie Haack, University of Oregon

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