Get Ready for the 29th Annual PNW-SETAC Conference!!

Where: Kitsap Conference Center, Bremerton, WA

When: February 27-29, 2020

We are opening a call for late breaking abstracts for poster presentations.  Follow the instructions on the abstract submission information on our Meetings and Events and include “Late Breaking Abstract” in the subject heading.  The deadline is January 24, 2020.

Registration is now open! Take advantage of a 10% early bird discount if you register by January 24th, 2020. 

Click here to visit our registration website

Interested in applying for Student travel support? Check out the application instructions on our Students page and apply by January 20th, 2020!

Book your hotel room by January 27th, 2020 to get the discounted PNW SETAC rate. Need info on guidelines for presenting at the conference? Get all the information on our Meetings and Events page.

Want more Environmental Tox and Chemistry in the PNW?

Salish Sea Ecosystems Conference

The Salish Sea Ecosystems Conference is being held April 19-22, 2020 at the Vancouver Convention Centre in Vancouver, BC. PNW SETAC is organizing a session for the conference: The Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry of the Salish Sea Ecosystem. 

Another Opportunity for Toxicology in the PNW

International conference on food and chemical toxicology

August 06-07, 2020 in Vancouver, Canada

See the International Conference on Food and Chemical Toxicology Website for details!

Join Us!


Who We Are

PNW-SETAC is the Pacific Northwest regional Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry - North America (SETAC NA).  It encompasses the largest geographical area within SETAC and includes Alaska, Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, as well as British Columbia, Canada.


Our Breakdown

There are approximately 173 members in the Chapter including members from academia, business, government, and students.  Our membership, therefore includes a diversity of state, as well as transboundary perspectives on environmental and toxicological issues, providing unique and creative approaches to address environmental challenges that benefits our Chapter. 


Our Activities

  • Holding an annual conference for scientists to present their research on topics of regional interest and relevance
  • Promoting student research through presentations and poster sessions at the conference and by providing student travel awards to attend regional and national conferences
  • Organizing and holding workshops and short courses on topics of significant emerging interest
  • Providing support to SETAC North America for international conferences held within our region
  • Providing professional networking opportunities, resume posting, and employment opportunities


Please consider becoming a Sustaining or Corporate member by making a donation using the Donate button.

Alternatively,  you may mail a check (USD) to:


P.O. Box 5331

Bellingham, WA 98227-5331


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