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Denina Simmons is currently a PhD Candidate at Trent University, in Peterborough, Canada. She has a Bachelor's of Science from Ryerson University and a Maste's of Science from Trent University. Her research areas have focused on pharmaceuticals and personal care products in the environment, the estrogen receptor and environmental endocrine disruptors. Her current research focuses upon the uptake of inorganic selenium (Se) species and subsequent metabolism of Se into seleno-amino acids, which are toxic in the aquatic environment at high levels, but essential to all life in trace amounts.
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