Roman is an environmental scientist, and much of his research is focused on what makes man-made chemicals dangerous to the environment. He is particularly interested in ecotoxicology and computer modelling, combining field and laboratory experiments with theory and computation. He is also investigating why aquatic species vary in their sensitivity to pollution and how ecological factors influence pollution effects. His most recent work focused on new concepts for replacing animals in toxicity testing.

 

Roman Ashauer

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