We are delighted to announce that Dr Rebecca Klaper (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA) has joined the Environmental Science: Nano team as an Associate Editor.
Dr Klaper joins John Fortner, Zhang Lin, Iseult Lynch, Joel Pedersen and Wei-Guo Song as Associate Editors handling the peer review of submissions to the journal.
Dr Rebecca D. Klaper is a Professor and Director of the Great Lakes Genomics Center at the School of Freshwater Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Dr Klaper and her lab conduct basic and applied research on the potential impact of emerging contaminants, such as nanoparticles, pharmaceuticals, and PFAS on aquatic life, and potential links between their impact on the health of aquatic species and human health. She uses a combination of traditional toxicological techniques as well as genomics, proteomics and metabolomic techniques to determine potential interactions of these chemicals with organisms. Dr Klaper is also part of the NSF funded Center for Sustainable Nanotechnology a Center for Chemical Innovation where scientists are working to discover ways in which to design nanomaterials to minimize their environmental impact.
Rebecca says: “I am honoured to join the editorial team at Environmental Science: Nano, a journal that has set a standard of excellence in publications in the environmental nanotechnology community. I am excited to handle your submissions and learn more about the fascinating research being done by the broader nano community in this area.”
Submit your high impact work to Rebecca’s office: https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/esn