Welcome to the ACPA Seminar Series, a monthly webinar series including various topics of interest related to advancing the Chemical Profession in Alberta. For the next seminar in this series, we are happy to introduce Dr. Femi Oloye, Lead Wastewater Scientist, Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory, Saskatchewan Health Authority for 'Wastewater, An Important Fingerprint for Public Health Decision' on September 26, 2023. Each seminar will be eligible for 1 PDC credit.
6:45 - 6:59 PM MT - Networking
7:00 - 8:00 PM MT - Presentation and Q&A
Dr. Femi Oloye, Lead Wastewater Scientist, Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory, Saskatchewan Health Authority
Dr. Oloye is a renowned physical organic chemist who has dedicated his career to studying the impact of human activities on the environment. He holds a Ph.D. from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and has worked at various prestigious universities, including Adekunle Ajasin University in Nigeria and the University of Saskatchewan. Dr. Oloye is the lead wastewater scientist at the Roy Romanow Provincial Laboratory, Saskatchewan Health Authority, Canada. His groundbreaking work on wastewater-based monitoring of infectious diseases has received federal funding through the Public Health Agency of Canada. Dr. Oloye's research has the potential to prevent the spread of diseases and save countless lives. Dr. Oloye's contributions to the field of environmental science are widely recognized. He has published extensively in academic journals and won numerous awards and grants. His colleagues, mentors, and those impacted by his work all attest to his expertise and dedication to positively impacting the world. Overall, Dr. Oloye's work is incredibly important, and his contributions to the field of environmental science are invaluable.
Registration Deadline: September 25, 2023
If you have questions, contact the ACPA office at [email protected].