Endocrine Disruption in Bivalves
Microplastics in Different Media (Organisms, Water, Sediments, Air)
Prof Rotchell led the EU North Sea Region Interreg project Sullied Sediments.
She works with many external collaborators at other universities worldwide as well as regulatory authorities, and local government colleagues.
Sarah Letsinger. Pharmaceuticals in UK Estuaries. 2019. Joint with Dr Paul Kay at University of Leeds.
Jiana Li, Microplastics in marine mussels. 2019. Joint with prof. Huahong Shi at East China Normal University, Shanghai, China.
Jingmin Zhu, Endocrine Disruption Mechanisms in Xenopus and Bivalves. Prof Huahong Shi as Principal Supervisor, East China Normal University, Shanghai.
Noor Arniwati Mat Daud, Yeast as a Novel Biosensor for Cadmium Exposure. 2018.
Zeinab Arabayyet. Biological effects of nanomaterials in fish. 2017.
Janine Waege. pH-induced impacts in the marine worm Platynereis dumerilii. 2016.
Ohoud AlAmri. Biological effects of ionising radiation in bivalves. 2010.
Elena Cubero Leon. Metabolomic and molecular approaches for studying endocrine disruption in mussel. 2009.
Patricia Nogueira. Molecular markers of DNA damage in fish. 2009.
Frances DuCorbier. DNA damage in Fish. 2006.
Current PhD supervisions
Emma Chapman, Photoperiod Mechanisms in Bivalves
Wayne Duffus, Characterisation of Inland Waterway Sediments. Dr Will Mayes as Principal Supervisor and Drs Kevin Welham and Paul Kay (Leeds) also Co-Supervisors.
Samantha Richardson, Development of Dipstick Technology for Selected EU Watch List Chemicals. Profs. Nicole Pamme and Mark Lorch as Principal Supervisors.
Aimilia Meichanetzoglou, Development of Modifies Spores for EU Watch List Chemical Removal, Dr Andrew Boa as Principal Supervisor and Dr Nik Kapur as Co-supervisor (Leeds).
Lauren Jenner. Microplastics in the air and impacts in human lungs, Dr Laura Sadofsky as Principal Supervisor (HYMS)
Evan Danopoulos. Emerging enviornmental contaminants and human health, Dr Maureen Twiddy as Principal Supervisor (HYMS)
Vasiliki Papachristofi. Emerging environmental contaminants and reproduction health, Dr Roger Sturmey as Principal Supervisor (HYMS)