ISES Europe society would like to heartly congratulate Peter Fantke, ISES Europe's Councillor for a 'European Exposure Science Strategy' on his outstanding achievement of being awarded the prestigious Joan M. Daisey Outstanding Young Scientist Award from the International Society of Exposure Science.
Peter is associate professor in quantitative sustainability assessment with research experience in and focus on assessing environmental fate, human and ecosystem exposure, and toxicological impacts of chemicals. Peter is also involved in a number of activities dedicated to exposure science, including his work on the ISES Europe board and as an associate editor for the Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology.
The Joan M. Daisey award is in memory of a founding ISEA member and past president. The award was established in 1998, due largely to the efforts of Dr. Daisey, who chaired the Awards Committee at that time. She was known to particularly enjoy working with promising young scientists and helped guide numerous students in their doctoral research. Find out more about the ISES awards https://intlexposurescience.org/awards/