Environmental and Occupational Health Seminar

ENV H 580

PLEASE NOTE: All winter quarter 2021 seminars will be presented as live-stream Zoom webinars. The registration link is the same for all sessions: https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_wSn6Fl_PRamumvGBokozpQ

Thursdays, 12:30-1:20 pm

The Environmental and Occupational Health Seminar (Env H 580) is a department-sponsored seminar series for students, staff and faculty; practicing professionals in the environmental and occupational health fields; and the public. This seminar highlights the rich diversity of our department and is an opportunity to hear from locally, nationally and internationally known scientists, practitioners and policymakers on issues of current scientific importance.

Recordings from Previous Sessions This Quarter:

  • January 7 (Margrit von Braun, Following Pollution From Idaho’s Mining Districts to the World’s Most Vulnerable Mining Communities
  • January 14 (Casey Bartrem, Mining, Climate Change, and Conflict: Lessons From Environmental Health Responses in Nigeria and Kyrgyzstan)
  • January 21 (Stephanie Moore, Advanced Technologies for Monitoring Harmful Algal Blooms)
  • January 28 (Katrin Burkart, The Effect of Temperature on Health: Will Climate Change Bring Benefits?)
  • February 4 (Chase Willams, A Tale of Two Fish: The Neurobehavioral Effects of Elevated CO2 on Key Puget Sound Fish Species)
  • February 11 (James Meador, Pharmaceuticals in Puget Sound Waters and What It Means for Fish)
  • February 18 (Fran Solomon, Endocrine Disruptor Chemicals and Human Health)
  • February 25 (James Gawel, Legacy Arsenic in Lakes: That Toxic Relationship That Just Won't Go Away!)


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