Dr. Arlos’ research is truly interdisciplinary. Her roots and skillsets are in Environmental Engineering, but she has a diversity of projects that span environmental chemistry, nanotechnology, and ecotoxicology. Dr. Arlos dedicates her entire career to water research. She particularly has a strong focus on the emerging issues associated with municipal wastewater-derived micropollutants, substances released at low concentrations into the receiving environments. Also, her work on fate/ transport and toxicokinetics modelling has benefited many aspects of ecotoxicology, and she is looking forward to contributing more to the potential remediation and regulation of trace organic contaminants in Canada.