UCR

Environmental Toxicology



Stacia Dudley


Stacia Dudley, Graduate Student
UCR Phone:
Email: sdudl001@ucr.edu
UCR Major Professor: Jay Gan
Degree Program: PhD

Stacia Dudley

BS, Florida State University, Biology, Ecology and Evolution

Research Focus

My primary research focus is on the effects of the unregulated contaminants, pharmaceuticals, endocrine disrupters, flame retardants, preservatives, etc., collectively referred to as Contaminants of Emerging Concern in terrestrial ecosystems. Specifically their occurrence in biosolids and reclaimed water used for agriculture.

Publications

Sun C., Dudley S., Trumble J., Gan J. 2018. Pharmaceutical and personal care products-induced stress symptoms and detoxification mechanisms in cucumber plants. Environmental Pollution. vol: 234 pp: 39-47

Pennington M., Rothman J., Dudley S., Jones M., Quinn S., Gan J., Trumble J. Contaminants of emerging concern affect Trichoplusia ni growth and  development on artificial diets and a key host plant. 2017. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America vol. 114 issue 46 pp: E9923-E9931

Huettel M., Overholt W., Kostka J., Hagan C., Kaba J., Wells B., Dudley S. 2017. Degradation of Deepwater Horizon oil buried in a Florida beach influenced by tidal pumping. Marine Pollution Bulletin.

Presentations

Dudley S, Quiguo Fu, Xiaoqin Wu, Jay Gan. “Metabolism of Pharmaceuticals in Higher Plants.” SETAC. Minneapolis, MN. November 2017. Platform.

Dudley S, Quiguo Fu, Xiaoqin Wu, Jay Gan. "Assessing Concerns for Waste Water Reuse: Metabolism of Pharmaceuticals in Higher Plants."Environmental Toxicology student symposium. Riverside, CA. June 2017. Platform.

Dudley S, Quiguo Fu, Xiaoqin Wu, Jay Gan. “Metabolism of Pharmaceuticals in Higher Plants.” ISPTS. Leipzig, Germany. November 2016. Platform.

Dudley S, Quiguo Fu, Jay Gan. “Assessing Concerns for Water Reuse: Metabolism of pharmaceuticals in plant cell and whole plant models.” Environmental Toxicology student symposium. Riverside, CA. June 2016. Platform.

Dudley S, Xiaoqin Wu, Jay Gan. “Plant Cell Cultures: A Tool for Screening Plant Metabolic Potential of Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECS).” SETAC. Salt Lake City, UT. June 2015. Poster

Salton Sea Cohort. “Changing perceptions at the Salton Sea.” IGERT Annual Retreat. September 2016. Platform.

Dudley S, Xiaoqin Wu, Jay Gan. “Plant Cell Cultures: A Tool for Screening Plant
Metabolic Potential of Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECS).” Environmental Toxicology student symposium. Riverside, CA. June 2015. Platform.


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Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program
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