Environmental and Occupational Health Seminar

ENV H 580

PLEASE NOTE: All autumn quarter 2023 seminars will be presented both in-person in HRC 155 and remotely via Zoom. The Zoom registration link is the same for all of the sessions.

Zoom registration link for all sessions (one time registration for all sessions except Breysse Lecture on October 26th)


Registration link for Breysse Lecture on October 26th: https://washington.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_h2DQ-BfWTtCXR_-no7ggDA

All sessions take place on Thursdays, from 12:30 to 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.



10/19 - Participatory Approaches to Farmworker Health - Maria Blancas

10/26 - Behavioral Science Insights: Nudging workers and Employers Toward Safer Behaviors - Julie Sorensen

11/2 - From Hazard to Health: Probing the Factors Controlling in Landslide Mortality - Joe Wartman

11/9 - Towards Understanding the Complex Interplay Between Environmental Exposures, the Genome, the Gut Microbiome, and Host Phenotypes - Sean Gibbons

11/16 - The be well Intervention: Translating Behavioral Change Strategies for Environmental Home Health Hazards - Veronica Irvin

11/30 - From Vulnerability to Resilience: Understanding Environmental Health Linkages in the Global PURE Study - Perry Hystad

*Please note that we do not have permission to publish or record all seminars*


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