Symposia abstracts

ISEE 2019 hosts 21 symposia which were selected from a list of more than 60 competitive proposals. The titles, conveners and symposium abstracts are shown in table below.

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Symposium details
Symposium Convener(s)
S01: Mapping the Air Pollution Metabolome: Applications, Limitations, and the Path Forward Sarnat J1
1 Department of Environmental Health, Emory University
S02: Harmonizing insights from intervention studies, contextual information and resource availability to develop policy advocacy for clean cooking and domestic fuel adoption in Africa Mustapha A1
1Nigerian Institute for Medical Research/Imperial College London
S03: One Health: On animals, humans and the environment Smit L1, Davis M 2
1IRAS, Utrecht University, 2Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
S04: Expanding the Role of the Environment in the Global Burden of Disease London  S1, Brauer M2,3
1National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 2University of British Columbia,3Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation
S05: PFAS Research Reaches its Adolescence: What Have We Learned and Where Are We Going? Savitz D1,Halldórsson T2, Steenland K3, Smastuen Haug L4, Fletcher T5
1Brown University, 2University of Iceland, 3Emory University, 4Norwegian Institute for Public Health, 5London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
S06: Lead’s long-term legacy: what past exposures can tell us about future disease Reuben A1, More A2, Lanphear B3, Weuve J4
1Duke University, 2Harvard University, 3Simon Fraser University, 4Boston University School of Public Health
S07: Of moderators and mediators: Complex relationships between greenness, air pollution, noise, and health behaviors in driving health outcomes Crouse D1, James P2, Pescador Jimenez M2, Villeneuve P3, Mansouri R3, van den Bosch M4, Jarvis I4, Sbihi H4, Zijlema W5, Dadvand P5, Nieuwenhuijsen M5
1University of New Brunswick, 2Harvard Medical School and Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, 3Carleton University, 4University of British Columbia, 5Barcelona Institute for Global Health
S08: Setting the European Environment and Health Research Agenda, 2020-2030: the HERA project Kogevinas M1, Barouki R2
1ISGlobal, 2INSERM
S09: Assessing health co-benefits of climate change mitigation in the Asia-Pacific region Tong S1
1Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine
S10: Quasi-Experimental Designs in Environmental Epidemiology: Applications to the Health Impacts of Energy Policy Changes Hill E1,2, Wallis M2
1University of Rochester, 2Oregon State University
S11: Conducting research on environmental epidemiology with Indigenous Peoples O’Callaghan-Gordo C1, Reyes-García V2
1Isglobal, 2UAB
S12: Estimating the Global Risk and Burden of Particulate Air Pollution Exposure: Issues and Challenges Cohen A1
1Health Effects Institute
S13: How Low Should We Go? New Health Research on Low-level Ambient Air Pollution Boogaard H1, Forastiere F2
1Health Effects Institute, 2King’s College London
S14: Use of Exposomic Methods Incorporating Sensors in Environmental Epidemiology Karagas M1, Romano M 1
1Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine
S15: Interaction between environmental chemicals and toxicants and the human microbiome Bertelsen R 1
1University of Bergen
S16: Emerging PFAS in drinking water is a global public health issue Kotlarz N1, Hoppin J1
1North Carolina State University
S17: Residential exposure to pesticides and health effects; What we know and what we should know Delziel N4, Tongeren van M2, Ritz B3, Vermeulen R1
1Utrecht University, 2School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health, University of Manchester, 3Center for Occupational and Environmental Health FSPH, UCLA, 4Yale School of Public Health
S18: Landmarks of Air Pollution Epidemiology: Legacy of Douglas Dockery Laden F1, Peters A2, Brunekreef B3, Neas L4, Pope C5
1Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health, 2Helmholtz Zentrum München – German Research Center for Environmental Health, 3Institute for Risk Assessment Sciences, 4USEPA NHEERL Human Studies Division, 5Brigham Young University
S19:Climate Change and Child Health: Current Research, Future Opportunities, and Gaps in Knowledge Weinberger K1, Sheffield P2
1Brown University School of Public Health, 2Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
S20: A world less dependent on fossil fuels – scientific evidence and corporate influence. An ISEE Policy Committee Symposium Schwartz J1
1Harvard School of Public Health
S21: When the Answer is “Big(ger) Data in Environmental Epidemiology: What are the Questions? Kaufman J1, Brauer M2, Samoli E3
1University of Washington, 2University British Columbia, 3University of Athens