Seminar: Endrocrine disruptors from cattle and dairy farms – March 11

Sonya Havens, Research Assistant and PhD candidate in the Environmental Chemistry & Technology Program, will be discussing recent research conducted by the Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene on endocrine disruptors (hormones and hormone metabolites) in runoff from cattle and dairy farms. Endocrine disruptors are an important area of research as scientists at the WSLH and worldwide continue to study the implications of endocrine disruption on fisheries.

Her talk will be Thursday, March 11th at noon at the State Lab of Hygiene building, 465 Henry Mall.

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