Below you can find the summary reports for all short-term scientific missions completed. For a short summary please use the template provided here
Emma Gracia Lor – “Application of wastewater-based epidemiology to evaluate population exposure to mycotoxins”
Susana Maria dos Santos Sadler Simões – “Monitoring the consumption of new psychoactive substances by the analysis of urine and wastewater samples”
Foon Yin Lai – “Assessing population exposure to tobacco-specific toxicants and carcinogens: an approach of wastewater-based epidemiology using liquid chromatography-tandem massspectrometry (LC-MS/MS)”
Katerina Lympoush – “Assessment of tobacco exposures in wastewater samples from Athens”
Katarzyna Styszko – “Enantiomeric pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs occurrence in wastewater and surface waters – Krakow agglomeration case study”
Dr. Ivan Senta – “Determination of urinary biomarkers of alcohol and tobacco in wastewater of the City of Split (Croatia) during a music festival and tourist season”
Benigno José Sieira Nóvoa – “Stability of selected industrial chemical biomarkers in water”
Eric Carmona Martínez – “Determination of emerging pollutants in biota affected by the effluents from sewage treatment”
Alberto Celma Tirado – “Monitoring the consumption of new psychoactive substances in Norwegian music
festivals by the analysis of urine and wastewater.”
Ruben Gil Solsona – “UHPLC-IM-HRMS-based metabolomics for discovering in smoke common biomarkers for herbs used in ‘spice ‘.
Arndís Sue Ching Löve – “Illicit drug use in the Nordic countries by wastewater analysis”
Juliet Kinyua – “Biotransformation of new psychoactive substance-paramethoxymethamphetamine in sewage”
Francesco Riva – “Collect pooled urine samples from a Norwegian music festival in Oslo in order to analyse new psychoactive substances (NPS)”
Ricardo Manuel Campinho Capela – “Development of sewage biomarkers associated with endocrine disrupting chemicals”
Adrian Covaci – “Investigation of GCxGC-TOFMS for the identification of endocrine disrupting chemicals and emerging pollutants in fractionated and no-fractionated sewage extracts.”
Matthias Onghena – “Identification of plastic additives as emerging contaminants in wastewaters”
Iria González Mariño – “Determination of cannabinoid and synthetic cannabinoid metabolites in wastewater by liquid-liquid extraction and ultra performance converge chromatography”
Miquel Santos – “Development of sewage biomarkers focusing on human exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals and emerging pollutants”
Carlos Sales – “Development of novel analytical methodologies to determine BFRs in environmental samples”.
Prof. Abidelfatah Nasser – “Antibiotic in sewage and bacteria resistance”
Maria Dolores Camacho-Muñoz – “Enantioseparation of pharmacologically active compounds by supercritical fluid chromatography”
Dr Bram Miserez – “Metabolism of the new psychoactive substance 3-fluorophenmetrazine”.
Dr. Georgia Gatidou – “Estimation of illicit drugs consumption among different groups of population”.
Frederic Béen – “Screening of new psychoactive substances in Swiss wastewaters by high-resolution mass spectrometry”
Richard Bade – “The use of advanced software in the non-target analysis of wastewater”
Dr. Lubertus Bijlsma – “Evaluation of data sets 2011-2014 from a European-wide monitoring campaign”
Dr. Alexander L.N. van Nuijs – “Evaluation of data sets 2011-2014 from a European-wide monitoring campaign”
Jose Antonio Baz Lomba – “Non-target analysis: defining a criteria for nps suspect list”