the Ng Lab
chemical fate in the anthropocene
Exploring Human-Environment Systems
We work at the intersection of chemistry and biology, using models and experiments to discover and describe the mechanisms driving chemical fate in systems affected by human activity.
November 12-16, 2017
Manoochehr and Cheng presented their work at the SETAC North America Annual Meeting in Minneapolis. Both were supported by a SETAC Travel Award. (See Cheng's recent paper on mechanistic PBPK modeling.)
The Ng lab welcomes two new graduate students to the group! Read more about Megha Bedi and Zhaokai Dong in the "People" page.
December 18, 2017
Happy to announce that Manoochehr Khazaee's first paper is now accepted in ESPI's special themed collection on Modeling in Environmental Chemistry. Read all about the challenges in finding appropriate parameters for zebrafish PBPK modeling of PFAS here.