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Symposium on Cumulative Impacts and Children's Environmental Health -- Featuring West Coast EPA/NIEHS Children's Centers and PEHSUs
January 16 - 17, 2013
Coastal Hearing Room
1001 I St
|Wednesday January 16 2013|
Welcome and introductions
Session I: Emerging Research Relevant to Cumulative Impacts and Children's Environmental Health. Moderator: Mark Miller, MD, MPH.
Impacts of Multiple Environmental, Chemical, and Non-Chemical Stressors on Lung Development and Urban Asthma -- Rosalind J. Wright, MD, MPH. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York.
Cumulative Impacts of Chemical and Non-Chemical Stressors on the Brain -- Deborah A. Cory-Slechta, PhD. University of Rochester School of Medicine.
The Exposome and Early Life Exposures -- Martyn T. Smith, PhD. Professor of Toxicology. University of California, Berkeley.
Lunch (on your own)
Session II: Considering Cumulative Impacts for Children: Perspectives from Children's Environmental Health Research Centers. Moderator: Lauren Zeise, PhD. OEHHA.
Application of a Cumulative Impact Framework to Understand Environmental Exposures and Social Stressors in an Agricultural Community -- Asa Bradman, PhD MPH. Center for Environmental Research for Children's Health.
Current State of the Evidence on Environmental Exposures and Autism -- Irva Hertz-Picciotto, PhD. MIND Institute, University of California Davis
Integrating Temporal and Systems Based Models for Detecting Cumulative Impacts: Lessons Learned from the Pacific Northwest Children's Health Research Center -- Elaine M. Faustman, PhD. Professor, University of Washington
Approaches to Considering Cumulative Exposures for Children -- Todd Whitehead, PhD. Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment, University of California, Berkeley
Identifying Cumulative Exposures to Chemicals in Pregnant Women: What Does It Mean?-- Tracey Woodruff, PhD MPH. Professor, UCSF
|Thursday January 17, 2013|
Session III. Cumulative Metrics and Findings for Children: Air Pollution. Moderator: Melanie Marty, PhD. Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
New Findings from the Children's Health and Air Pollution Study (CHAPS)
Multi-pollutant Exposures and Pre-Term Birth -- Amy Padula, PhD. Stanford University
The Effect of Chronic Exposure to PAHs on Lung Function in Children -- John Balmes, MD. UCB and UCSF.
Urban Air Pollution and Childhood Respiratory Health: Burden of Disease and Cumulative Impacts -- Rob S. McConnell, MD. Professor of Preventive Medicine, USC.
Discussion among Participants
Session IV: Decision Makers: How Do We Address Cumulative Impacts for Children? Moderator: Amy D Kyle, PhD MPH. UC Berkeley.
Comments from Discussants:
Discussion and Comments from All Participants: Identifying Future Directions