Investigación

Advancing the Science for Drinking Water Chemical Exposure Assessment and Health Research

15.09.2022
Fecha
15/09/2022 - 16/09/2022
Hora
13.00-18.30 h (day 1) - 9.30-17.30 h (day 2)
Lugar
Online / PRBB: Ramon y Cajal Room
(Dr. Aiguader, 88) Barcelona

This workshop aims to catalyze discussion of critical issues in assessing exposures to chemical contaminants in drinking water for epidemiology, and will tackle the existing challenges and opportunities in conducting human exposure and epidemiologic research for both regulated and emerging water contaminants.

The meeting will bring together experts from different disciplines to identify new strategies and recommendations for future research efforts, as well as explore the latest tools, methods, and data available. It is also an opportunity to consider policy implications and issues around inequities regarding disproportionate exposures and disproportionate data availability and view these issues within the context of a changing climate.

 

It is also an opportunity to consider policy implications and issues around inequities regarding disproportionate exposures and disproportionate data availability and view these issues within the context of a changing climate.

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(*) Participation is free, but registration is required.

 

Meeting Organisers:

  • Cristina Villanueva, PhD, Associate Research Professor, ISGlobal, Barcelona, Spain
  • Nicole C. Deziel, PhD, MHS, Associate Professor, Yale School of Public Health, Connecticut, USA

 

With the support of “Centro de Excelencia Severo Ochoa 2019-2023” Program (CEX 2018-000806-S) from the Ministry of Science and Innovation and State Research Agency.

         

 

If you are interested in participating in person or have questions about the workshop, please contact Mar Ferrer (mar.ferrer[at]isglobal.org).