2014-04

  • Understanding how people react to air pollution and its implications for policy and public information
    Dr Iarla Kilbane-Dawe
    29 Apr, 2014
    Room 4.63
    Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus
    London
    United Kingdom
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    Dr Iarla Kilbane-Dawe from Parliament Hill Research Ltd will present a seminar at on Thu 29th April at 12:00 - 13:00

    The title of the seminar is "Understanding how people react to air pollution and its implications for policy and public information"

    For further information, visit the Division of of Analytical & Environmental Sciences events page, or contact Valentina Lotti.

  • Global profiling in environmental health-related population studies: experience from the Envirogenomarkers project
    Professor Soterios Kyrtopoulos
    16 Apr, 2014
    Room 4.63
    Franklin-Wilkins Building, Waterloo Campus
    London
    United Kingdom
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    Professor Soterios Kyrtopoulos, of Institute of Biology, Medicinal Chemistry and Biotechnology, National Hellenic Research Foundation, Athens, Greece, will present a seminar at on Wed 16th April at 12:00 - 13:00  
     

    The title of the seminar is "Global profiling in environmental health-related population studies: experience from the Envirogenomarkers project"
     

    For further information, visit the Division of of Analytical & Environmental Sciences events page, or contact Valentina Lotti.

     

     

  • 8th Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology meeting
    03 Apr, 2014
    United Kingdom
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    8th UK and Ireland Occupational & Environmental Epidemiology Meeting:  Thursday 3 April 2014 - National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College), London SW3

    Suitable for all with research interests in occupational and environmental epidemiology.  Early career researchers are particularly welcome.

    We warmly invite abstract submissions; deadline: 3 January 2014.

    Poster prizes sponsored by IOSH: book token prizes in the ‘student/PhD’ and ‘postdoctoral’ categories (IOSH will also offer the winners automatic entry to their student poster competition, which opens next April; the prizes for the IOSH competition are £1000 and £500, and six finalists will be invited to showcase at their conference in June 2015, with expenses paid and free conference passes for the winner and runner up).

    Successful abstracts will be published online by Frontiers in Epidemiology. 

    Registration fee: £50 (rising to £75 on 20 January).

    Registration link: Online Registration Form.

    For programme and abstract submission details, please see http://lungsatwork.org.uk/courses.php

    We are very grateful for the support of Public Health England and the MRC-PHE Centre for Environment and Health, and for the Colt Foundation’s endorsement of this Meeting.