Posters

Notable Contributions:

Alavi et al. 2018. Improvement of the Quality of Life of Patients with Moderate to Severe Hidradenitis Suppurativa Treated with Adalimumab: The SOLACE Study Interim Analysis, 27th EADV Congress, September 12-16, 2018, Paris, France.

Papp et al. 2018. Adding Methotrexate to Adalimumab Therapy Improved Treatment Efficacy and Quality of Life in Psoriasis Patients, 27th EADV Congress, September 12-16, 2018, Paris, France.

Alavi et al. 2018. Improvement of the Quality of Life of Patients with Moderate to Severe Hidradenitis Suppurativa Treated with Adalimumab: The SOLACE Study Interim Analysis, 27th EADV Congress, September 12-16, 2018, Paris, France.

Papp et al. 2018. Adding Methotrexate to Adalimumab Therapy Improved Treatment Efficacy and Quality of Life in Psoriasis Patients, 27th EADV Congress, September 12-16, 2018, Paris, France.

Alavi et al. 2018.Baseline Characteristics and Burden of Disease in Patients with Moderate to Severe Hidradenitis Suppurativa Enrolled in the SOLACE Study – Interim Analysis, 27th EADV Congress, September 12-16, 2018, Paris, France.

Papp et al. 2018. Real-World Assessment of the Impact of Adding Methotrexate to HUMIRA® Therapy in the Treatment of Psoriasis, 93rd CDA Annual Conference, June 20-23, Montreal, Canada.

Droppo IG, Ross N, Skafel M, Liss SN. 2008. Biostabilization: Viable Sediment Remediation Pre-Treatment? 11th International Symposium on the Interactions between Sediments and Water, February 17-22, Esperance, Australia.

Sharma DK, Juneau P, Ross N. 2006. Effects of Gasohol on a Biofilm Structural Heterogeneity, 11th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, August 20-25, Vienna, Austria.

Droppo IG, Ross N, Skafel M, Liss, SN. 2006. Biostabilization: Viable Sediment Remediation Pre-Treatment? 11th International Symposium on Microbial Ecology, August 20-25, Vienna, Austria.

Yungwirth GA, Novakowski KS, Ross N. 2005. The Impact of Biofilms on the Process of Back Diffusion From a Contaminated Rock Matrix, AGU Fall Meeting, December 5-9, San Francisco, CA.

Sharma DK, Ross N. 2005. Biobarriers in Fractured Bedrock: Effects of BTEX on Biofilm Structure and Activities, 2005 Soil and Groundwater Issues Forum, March 23, Calgary, Alberta.

Bickerton G, Ross N, Voralek J. 2004. Characterizing Biofilm Development in Fractured Bedrock using Hydraulic Testing and Point Dilution, Groundwater Quality 2004 – Bringing Groundwater Quality Research to the Watershed Scale, July 19-22, Waterloo, Ontario.

Grande P, Ross N, Steer H, Barker J. 2004. Potential of a Biofilm for the Bioremediation of Gasohol-Contaminated Groundwater in a Fractured Rock Model. Groundwater Quality 2004 – Bringing Groundwater Quality Research to the Watershed Scale, July 19-22, Waterloo, Ontario.

Ross N, Bickerton G, Lesage S, Novakowski K, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2004. Invited Poster: Groundwater Bacteria: Environmental Engineers? 33rd CSWA Annual Conference – The science of water and how it affects our lives, June 5-7, Toronto, Ontario.

Grande P, Ross N, Steer H, Barker J. 2004. Potential of a Biofilm for the Bioremediation of Gasohol-Contaminated Groundwater in a Fractured Rock Model. On the Horizon: Emerging Issues in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry – The 9th Annual General Meeting, Laurentian Chapter  of SETAC, June 4, Ottawa, Ontario.

Charbonneau AM, Novakowski KS, Ross, N. 2004. A Semi-Analytical Model to Describe the Effect of Biofilm Development on Solute Diffusion in Low Permeability Rock, CGU 2004 Joint Assembly, May 17-21, Montreal, Quebec.

Bickerton G, Ross N, Voralek J. 2004. Characterizing biofilm development in fractured bedrock using hydraulic testing and point dilution, 39th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 10-11, Burlington, Ontario.

Charbonneau AM, Novakowski KS, Ross N. 2004. The Effect of Biofilm Development on Solute Diffusion in Low Permeability Rock. 39th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research. February 10-11, Burlington, Ontario.

Castegnier F, Ross N, Chapuis RP, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2004. Stability of a Nutrient-Starved Biofilm in a Limestone Fracture. 39th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 10-11, Burlington, Ontario.

Grande P, Ross N, Steer H, Barker JF. 2004. Biofilm Development in a Planar Fracture: Effects of a BTEX/Ethanol-Contaminated Groundwater, 39th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 10-11, Burlington, Ontario.

Ross N, Droppo I, Skafel M, Liss S. 2003. Effects of Biofilm age on Sediment Biostabilization in a Wave-Dominated Environment, In Situ and On-Site Bioremediation – The Seventh International Symposium, June 2-5, Orlando, Florida.

McDaniel TV, Martin PA, Ross N, Steer H, Irwin Abbey AM, Lesage S. 2003. Assessing the impact of a tetrachloroethylene-contaminated environement on amphibian larvae, Thirty-Eighth Central Canadian Symposium on Water Quality Research, February 10-11, Burlington, Ontario.

McDaniel TV, Martin PA, Ross N, Brown S, Millar K, Lesage S, Pauli BD. 2002. Effects of Chlorinated Solvents on Three North American Amphibian Species, Forty-fifth Annual International Conference on Great Lakes Research, June 2-6, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Ross N, Droppo IG, Skafel M, Millar K. 2002. Sediment Biostabilization in a Wave Dominated Environment, 9th International Symposium on the Interactions between Sediments and Water, May 5-10, Banff, Alberta.

Ross N, Droppo IG, Skafel M, Millar K, Jaskot C, Doede D, Hill S. 2002. Sediment Biostabilization in a Wave Dominated Environment, 37th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 4-5. Burlington, Ontario.

McDaniel TV, Martin PA, Ross N, Brown S, Millar K, Lesage S, Pauli BD. 2002. Effects of Chlorinated Solvents on Three North American Amphibian Species, 37th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 4-5, Burlington, Ontario.

McDaniel TV, Rouleau C, Martin PA, Ross N, Lesage S. 2002. Uptake and Tissue Distribution of Perchloro- and Trichloroethylene in Tadpole and Adult of American Toad, 37th Central Canadian Symposium on Water Pollution Research, February 4-5, Burlington, Ontario.

Ross N, Filion D, Brown S, Millar K, Lesage S,Deschênes L. 2001. Stimulation of Groundwater Bacteria to Develop a Biobarrier: Ecotoxicological Responses, Changing Environmental Awareness: Societal Concerns and Scientific Responses – SETAC 22nd Annual Meeting in North America, 11-15 November, Baltimore, Maryland.

McDaniel TV, Martin PA, Ross N, Brown S, Millar K, Lesage S, Pauli BD. 2001. Effects of Chlorinated Solvents on Three North American Amphibian Species, Changing Environmental Awareness: Societal Concerns and Scientific Responses – SETAC 22nd Annual Meeting in North America, 11-15 November, Baltimore, Maryland.

Ross N, Villemur R, Deschênes L, Samson R. 2000. Bioclogging of a Fractured Limestone  by Stimulating a Groundwater Microbial Community, Biofilms 2000, July 16- 20, Big Sky, Montana.

Ross N, Deschênes L, Clément B, Samson R. 1997. Physico-Chemical Optimization of Biofilm Development Under Groundwater Development, Sixth Symposium and Exhibition on Groundwater and Soil Remediation, March 18-21, Montreal, Quebec.

Ross N, Deschênes L, Samson R. 1996. Development of a Microbial Biobarrier for the Control of Groundwater in a Fractured Rock Aquifer, ASM Conference on Microbial Biofilms, September 29 – October 4, Snowbird, Utah.

 

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