Bruce Vigon will discuss the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) with its Global and North American offices located right here in Pensacola, has provided a rich forum for scientists to interact, exchange information, and solve environmental problems. SETAC’s support ranges from facilitating knowledge exchange and publishing fundamental ecological and chemical research to applications in natural resources management and regulation. Learn about how SETAC engages with the scientific and lay communities from the local to global scale.
Bruce Vigon joined SETAC as a staff member in 2009 with the responsibility for coordinating and enhancing science programming across all 5 geographic units and particularly in North America. He works closely with SETAC’s governance, science committees, and professional interest advisory groups to identify leading edge topics and to organize special sessions at annual meetings, workshops, focused topic meetings, webinars, professional and graduate courses, and occasionally manages scientific projects for national or international agencies like the UN Environment Programme.