Projects

PhD projects

2 vacant positions (January 2019 – January 2023). Effects of global change on the emission, fate, effects and risks of chemicals in aquatic ecosystems. 

Anna Huang (September 2018 – current). Mechanisms of toxicity of neonicotinoid insecticides towards aquatic arthropod species.

Lara Schuijt (January 2018 – current). Effect-directed monitoring tools to assess ecological and human health risks of chemicals of emerging concern in the water cycle.

Zhao Qinghua (September 2016 – current). Can food-chain length increase the ecological effects of insecticides?

Lemessa Merga (March 2016 – current). Occurrence, fate and effects of newly emerging chemicals in tropical freshwater sediments.

Sanne van den Berg (February 2016 – current). Development of ecological scenarios and models for use in chemical risk assessment. 

Michael Onwona-Kwakye (September 2012 – current). Post-registration monitoring of pesticide-induced environmental and human health risks in Ghana. 

Naisheng Zhang (September 2011 – current). Assessing the effects of chemicals in untreated household wastewater on the ecosystems of rivers in China. 

Jadipa Khatikarn (August 2011 – current). Assessing the effects of chemicals in untreated household wastewater on the ecosystems of rivers in Thailand. 


 

Other projects

CARES II: Chemicals Assessment of Risks to Ecosystem Services II Link

TAPAS: Tools for Assessing and Planning of Aquaculture Sustainability Link

Environmental Risk Assessment of Pesticides in Ethiopia Link

Development of ecological scenarios and models for use in chemical risk assessment

CHIMERA: Towards more ecologically realistic assessment of chemicals in the environment Link

SOLUTIONS: Solutions for present and future emerging pollutants in land and water resources management Link

AquaStress: Aquatic systems under multiple stress: a new paradigm integrating aquaculture and ecotoxicology research Link