ERDC scientist receives award

Published 12:00 am Sunday, February 7, 2010

Dr. Todd Bridges, an 18-year veteran at the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, has received the 2009 Society of Environmental Toxicology and the Chemistry Government Service Award. 

Bridges is a senior research scientist in the Environmental Laboratory. He is director of the Center for Contaminated Sediments and program manager for the Dredging Operations Environmental Research program. 

Bridges is on the editorial board for Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, a journal, and is a member of the Society for Risk Analysis, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Ecological Society of America and International Navigation Association.

Email newsletter signup

Sign up for The Vicksburg Post's free newsletters

Check which newsletters you would like to receive
  • Vicksburg News: Sent daily at 5 am
  • Vicksburg Sports: Sent daily at 10 am
  • Vicksburg Living: Sent on 15th of each month

Bridges has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in biology/zoology from California State University at Fresno, and a doctorate in biological oceanography from North Carolina State.

Bridges is a Clovis, Calif., native who resides in Clinton with his wife, Anita, and their three children.

SETAC is a worldwide professional society. The Government Service Award was created in 1997.