Environmental fate and exposure
Sue started her career in the environmental fate department of a large CRO where she conducted and directed a wide range of studies to investigate the fate of agrochemicals in the environment to international regulatory requirements, progressing to become a team leader. After 20 years in this role, she moved into the CRO’s regulatory team, providing specialist Efate advice together with dossier preparation and project managing two new active substances through the EU registration process. More recently she has worked for an agrochemical company project leading two active substances through the AIR process and providing internal specialist Efate technical knowledge and study monitoring for the company’s other active substances. Sue re-joined CEA in 2019 and can provide specialist advice on designing and monitoring bespoke Efate studies to OECD guidelines, Efate data gap analysis– identifying deficiencies and providing recommendations, Efate dossier preparation (dRRs and AIR) and project managing active substances through the renewal process.