Environmental Health Sciences is a multidisciplinary field concerned with discovering and controlling the environmental factors that influence public health. With continued population and industrial growth, the environmental influences on health are irrefutable and present a serious global challenge. Environmental Public Health in the 21st Century Research Symposium is focused on bringing together biologists, chemists, epidemiologists, bioinformaticists, and regulatory scientists to share state-of-the-art advances in exposure science, hazard identification, microbiome, and epidemiology research. The meeting aims to bridge the gaps between current advances in exposure science, the implementation of 21st-century toxicology vision and regulatory considerations relevant to environmental chemicals.
The Department of Environmental and Molecular Toxicology is pleased to bring this group together for a one day platform, poster session, a keynote speaker (Dr. Stephen Rappaport) and an audience participation debate in Corvallis Oregon in the Historic Memorial Union. Join us at this unique event!
Undergraduate Award: Nicholas Korjeff
Graduate Student 1st place: Christine Ghetu
Graduate Student 2nd place: Holly Dixon
Graduate Student 3rd place: Bach Nguyen
Post Doctoral Award: Hyo Sang Jang
January 11, 2019
Historic Memorial Union, RM 49 (Horizon Room)
Corvallis, OR 97331