Email: 
david.minick@oregonstate.edu
Phone: 
541-737-4529
Research Interest/Focus: 

My research is focused on applying passive sampling to answer questions regarding contaminant transport, uptake in resident organisms, and toxicity at Superfund Sites.

Education: 

B.S. Chemistry- Boise State University (2012)
B.S. Environmental and Occupational Health- Boise State University (2012)


Awards

1st Place Student Platform Presentation, 2017, Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26th Annual Meeting

Pacific Northwest SETAC Travel Award, 2017,

Team Tox Travel Award, 2017,

Platform/Presentations

Minick, J, Geier, M, Tanguay, R, Anderson, K,Hazard assessment of a PAH Superfund mixture in the zebrafish developmental toxicity mode, 2017, Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 26th Annual Meeting

Minick, J, Anderson, KA,Diffusive flux of PAHs across sediment, water, and air interfaces at urban Superfund Sites, 2016, SETAC North America 37th Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida

Minick, J, Geier, M, Tanguay, RL, Anderson, KA,Assessment of PAH Contribution to Superfund Site Hazard Using a Representative PAH Mixture and a Zebrafish Developmental Toxicity Model, 2015, SETAC North America 36th Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, Utah

Posters

Minick, J, Geier, M, Anderson, K, Tanguay, R,Hazard assessment of a PAH Superfund mixture in the zebrafish developmental toxicity model, 2017, Society of Toxicology 56th Annual Meeting

Minick, J, Andseron, KA,Diffusive flux of PAHs across sediment, water, and air interfaces at urban Superfund Sites, 2016, NIEHS FEST