Emily Bryson Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Australasia 2021

Emily Bryson

Emily is a third-year doctoral candidate studying environmental science. Her research investigates biological risks and potential benefits of home composting canine faeces. She recently completed on an industry project through APR intern assessing the feasibility of establishing a composting plant in South Australia with a focus on feedstock sources and contamination. In addition to her studies, Emily works at Central Queensland University as a Casual Academic, Research Assistant, and RHD Student Mentor. She lives in Adelaide with her human partner and canine research assistant.

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