Oral presentations

Notable Contributions:

Ross, N. 2014. Interview for the program “Science ou fiction” focusing on “sports training”, broadcasted on April 16th on Channel TV5 (http://www.tv5.ca).

Ross, N. 2013. Interview for the program “Science ou fiction” focusing on “healthy diet”, broadcasted on February 13th on Channel TV5 (http://www.tv5.ca/emissions/science-ou-fiction-100413945/saine-alimentation-100413976.html).

Ross N. 2008. Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PIE): Overview of Occurrence and Current Challenges, RAPS Annual Conference and Exhibition, 14 – 17 September, Boston, Massachusetts.

Ross, N. 2014. Interview for the program “Science ou fiction” focusing on “sports training”, broadcasted on April 16th on Channel TV5 (http://www.tv5.ca).

Ross, N. 2013. Interview for the program “Science ou fiction” focusing on “healthy diet”, broadcasted on February 13th on Channel TV5 (http://www.tv5.ca/emissions/science-ou-fiction-100413945/saine-alimentation-100413976.html).

Ross N. 2008. Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PIE): Overview of Occurrence and Current Challenges, RAPS Annual Conference and Exhibition, 14 – 17 September, Boston, Massachusetts.

Ross N. 2007. Pharmaceuticals in the Environment (PIE): Overview of Occurrence and Current Challenges, 5th Canadian Annual Meeting – Blueprint for an Evolving Regulatory Environment for Pharmaceuticals in Canada, October 29-30, Ottawa, Ontario.

Sharma D, Ross N. 2005. Biobarriers in Fractured Bedrock: Effects of Gasohol on Biofilm Structure, Remediation Technologies Symposium 2005, October 19 – 21, 2005, Banff, Alberta.

Ross N, Bickerton G, Voralek J, Lesage S, Novakowski K, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2003.  A Field demonstration of the development of a biological barrier in a fractured shale, Americana 2003, March 19-21, Montreal, Quebec.

Ross N, Novakowski K, Voralek J, Kennedy C, Samson R, Lesage S. 2002. Invited Speaker: Biofilm Development in a Large-Scale Planar Fracture, University Consortium Solvents-in-Groundwater Research Program Annual Meeting, June 4-6, Orangeville, Ontario.

Ross N, Bickerton G, Voralek J, Novakowski K, Yazicioglu BM, Kennedy C, Smegal J, Deschênes L, Samson R, Lesage S. 2002. Biobarriers in Fractured Bedrock: Bioclogging of a Lab-Scale Planar Fracture, 37th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 4-5. Burlington, Ontario.

Camasso L, Ross N, Millar K, Bickerton G, Voralek J, Brown S, Steer H, Robinson C, Rouleau C, Lesage S. 2002. Biosafety of Bioremediation Techniques: Characterization of the Pilot Sand Aquifer and Experimental Design, 37th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research. February 4-5, Burlington, Ontario.

Ross N, Villemur R, Bureau J, Comeau Y, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2000. Biodiversity and Ecotoxicological Assessment of a Biofilm Developed in Groundwater Conditions, Thirty-fifth Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, Canada Center for Inland Waters, February 7-8, Burlington, Ontario.

Ross N, Villemur R, Bureau J, Comeau Y, Deschênes L, Samson R. 1999. Development of a biobarrier for the containment of groundwater in a fractured rock aquifer, Americana 1999 – Pan-American Environmental Technology Trade Show and Conference, March 24–26.Montreal, Quebec.

Ross N, Deschênes L, Clément B, Samson R. 1996. Optimisation des conditions physico-chimiques pour le développement d’une biobarrière dans une nappe aquifère en milieu fracturé, 19th International Symposium on Wastewater Treatment, 8th Workshop on Drinking Water, and 36th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists, November 20, Montreal, Quebec.

 

Successful client projects

Nathalie’s multidisciplinary scientific background and established writing skills are pivotal to the success of her clients’ projects. I have worked with Nathalie for the development of a clinical program where she handled key regulatory strategies for pre- and post-commercialization of an oncology drug. Nathalie has very strong communications and people skills that enable her to effectively engage with a variety of cross-functional team members.  In addition, she is a focused and flexible individual, a proficient project manager and very pleasant to work with!  I highly recommend her and would use her again for future engagements.

Leo Adalbert, Director – Business Development