Professor Kenneth Leung Mei-yee of the Swire Institute of Marine Science and School of Biological Sciences of the University of Hong Kong (HKU) has been conferred as a Fellow of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) which currently has about 6500 professional members from over 100 countries.
The conferment of SETAC Fellow status aims to recognize excellence and contributions of SETAC members to ecotoxicology, environmental chemistry, risk assessment and/or life cycle assessment. The appointed SETAC Fellows shall demonstrate both (i) significant long-term scientific or science policy contributions and (ii) service and leadership within SETAC. No more than 2% of the memberships of SETAC hold this prestigious recognition. In this year, there are a total of seven new Fellows being appointed by SETAC, and their names have been announced at the Opening Ceremony of the SETAC North America 38th Annual Meeting, held on 12 November 2017 at Minneapolis in the United States. Up to now, there are only 57 SETAC Fellows around the world.
Detail on HKU Press