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Bergmann AJ.  2013.  2013 SETAC Student Travel Award. SETAC North America 34th Annual Conference, Nashville, TN, USA.
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Dixon H, Donald CE, Bergmann AJ, Points GL, Scott RP, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2017.  Comparing chemical exposures across diverse communities using silicone wristbands. 27th International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina.
Dixon H, Donald CE, Bergmann AJ, Points GL, Scott RP, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2018.  Comparing chemical exposures across diverse communities using silicone wristbands. Gordon Research Conference on Environmental Sciences: Water, Holderness, NH.
Dixon H, Donald CE, Bergmann AJ, Points GL, Scott RP, Smith BW, Anderson KA.  2017.  Comparing chemical exposures across diverse communities using silicone wristbands. 27th International Society of Exposure Science Annual Meeting. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina..
Dixon H, Bergmann AJ, Halbleib ML, Haynes EN, Herbstman J, Hoffman PD, Jepson PC, Kile M, Kincl LD, Laurienti PJ et al..  2018.  Comparing chemical exposures across diverse communities using silicone wristbands. 3rd Tribal Environmental Health Summit, Corvallis, OR.
Bergmann AJ, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2016.  Confirmation of Free Fatty Acids as Toxic Components of Passive Sampler Extracts from Portland Harbor. Superfund Research Program External Advisory Council, Oregon State University.
Bergmann AJ.  2016.  Confirmation of free fatty acids as toxic components of passive sampling device extracts from Portland Harbor. EMT Research Day. Corvallis, OR..
Bergmann AJ.  2015.  Contribution of PAHs to the teratogenicity of bioavailable superfund mixtures. FSES External Advisory Committee Meeting.
Bergmann AJ, Tanguay RL, Anderson KA.  2015.  Contribution of PAHs to the teratogenicity of bioavailable Superfund mixtures. SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Bergmann AJ.  2015.  Contribution of PAHs to the teratogenicity of bioavailable superfund mixtures. Oregon State University Superfund Research Program's Environmental Health Science Trainee Colloquium.

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