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Hollender Juliane

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Institute Umweltchemie Eawag
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Projects as responsible applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

Bioaccumulation and biotransformation of organic xenobiotics in aquatic organisms
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.04.2016 30.06.2019 Project funding

Development of Passive Sampling for Water Quality Assessment and for Simulating the Bioconcentration in Aquatic Organism Under Pulsed Exposure Conditions
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.01.2009 30.06.2011 Project funding

Anaerobic degradation of steroid hormones by novel denitrifying bacteria
Hollender Juliane ETH Zurich - ETHZ 01.12.2006 30.11.2008 Project funding

Metabolism of polar organic xenobiotics in aquatic organisms: importance and contribution to environmental fate
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.02.2013 31.03.2016 Project funding

Formation of Nonextractable Residues of Sulfonamides with Soil Organic Matter- Mechanisms and Detection by High Resolution Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.08.2007 30.09.2010 Project funding

Bioaccumulation of organic pollutants in aquatic organisms: linking exposure and effects
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.07.2019 30.06.2023 Project funding

Formation of Nonextractable Residues of Sulfonamides with Soil Organic Matter- Mechanisms and Detection by High Resolution Tandem Mass Spectrometry
Hollender Juliane Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.10.2010 31.07.2011 Project funding

Projects as co-applicant

Responsible applicant Institution of higher education Start End date Funding scheme

The impact of abiotic factors on hybrid Daphnia populations across the Alps: are pollution effects irreversible? (4th year prolongation)
Spaak Pieter Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.10.2012 30.09.2013 Interdisciplinary projects

Biotransformation of fullerenes and carbon nanotubes (BioCarb)
Kohler Hans-Peter Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.07.2011 31.12.2013 NRP 64 Opportunities and Risks of Nanomaterials

The impact of abiotic factors on hybrid Daphnia populations across the Alps: are pollution effects irreversible?
Spaak Pieter Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.10.2009 30.09.2012 Interdisciplinary projects

Expanding Compound-Specific Isotope Analysis Towards Polar Organic Micropollutants and Chlorine Isotopes
Hofstetter Thomas Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology - EAWAG 01.09.2012 31.08.2013 R'EQUIP

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