ISES-ISEE 2018
 
Sunday, August 26, 2018
9:00 am - 12:00 pmPC01A: Big data, machine learning techniques to investigate health effects in environmental health studiesPC02A: Consumer Exposure Modeling for Human Health Risk Assessment - Advanced ToolsPC03: Bayesian methods for environmental health researchersPC04: Application of New Approach Methodologies for Exposure Assessment and Prioritization - Tools for Researchers and Regulators Including use of Quantitative Structure Use Relationships (QSUR)PC05: Model-Based Geostatistics and Spatial Epidemiology: a practical introduction with R
1:00 pm - 4:00 pmPC01B: Big data, machine learning techniques to investigate health effects in environmental health studiesPC02B: Consumer Exposure Modeling for Human Health Risk Assessment - Advanced ToolsPC06: Predicting microscale urban features using street-level images - an introduction to machine learningPC07: Causal inference foundations and applications in environmental health sciencesPC08: Advanced modelling techniques for time series analysis using R
5:30 pm - 6:30 pmWelcome & Opening PlenaryKeynote: The Role of Occupational Studies in Expanding Our Knowledge of Environmental Carcinogens
6:30 pm - 8:30 pmWelcome Reception & Student Poster Competition

Monday, August 27, 2018
7:00 am - 8:30 amMorning Workshops
8:30 am - 9:30 amPlenaryKeynote by Gina McCarthyKeynote by Eriel Deranger
9:30 am - 10:30 amO01.01A. Chemical Exposures and Fish ConsumptionO01.01B. Occupational Exposures and Respiratory OutcomesS01.01A. Addressing Complex Local And Global Issues in Environmental Exposure and Health: Addressing the Health of Children and Adolescents S01.01B. Air Pollution and Physical Activity: Environmental Health PerspectiveS01.01C. Air Pollution Exposure and Metabolomics
9:30 am - 10:30 amS01.01D. Bronchiolar and Interstitial Lung Disease by Occupational and Environmental Exposure: Their Implication and Future Task to be Solved for Health ProtectionS01.01E. Climate, Air Pollution, and Environmental Health in Africa - Part 1S01.01F. Complex Rural Exposures and HealthS01.01G. Evaluating High-Throughput New Approach Methods (NAM) for ExposureS01.01H. Harmonization of Biomonitoring Measurements - Approaches Used by Laboratory Networks in Canada, Europe and the United States
9:30 am - 10:30 amS01.01I. Mobilizing Data for Healthy Environments: Platforms Facilitating Health and Environmental Exposure LinkageS01.01J. Multi-Response and Multi-Pollutant Models for Environmental Exposure and Health: From Gap-Filling to Decorrelating Structure in DataS01.01K. Novel Methods for Assessing Complex Exposure Mixtures in Environmental Epidemiology
10:30 am - 11:00 amPoster Viewing & Break
11:00 am - 12:30 pmO01.02A. Cancer and the EnvironmentO01.02B. Cardiopulmonary Outcomes Associated With Long Term Exposure to Air PollutionO01.02C. Characterizing Near Road and Point Sources of Air PollutionO01.02D. Climate and HealthO01.02E. Environmental Exposures and Adult Health Outcomes
11:00 am - 12:30 pmO01.02F. Exposures and Health Impacts of Perfluorinated SubstancesO01.02G. Exposures in Contaminated Communities and Children's HealthO01.02H. Neurodevelopmental Outcomes Associated With Perinatal Exposure to Air PollutionO01.02I. New Policy Directions in Exposure Assessment & Environmental EpidemiologyS01.02A. Advances in Air Pollution Exposure Assessment for Population Health Studies in Low and Middle Income Countries: Insights from India and Beyond
11:00 am - 12:30 pmS01.02B. High-Resolution Metabolomics: A Platform Linking the External and Internal EnvironmentS01.02C. Investigating Chemical Constituents and Exposure Potential in Recycled Tire Crumb Rubber Infill Used in Playing Fields and Playgrounds: State, Federal, and International Governmental PerspectivesS01.02D. Sound Off for Environmental Noise Research: Milestones inExposure Assessment and Health Evidence
12:30 pm - 2:15 pmLunch & Student Poster Competition
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmO01.03A. A Closer Look at Exposures to Flame RetardantsO01.03B. A Global Look at Lead ExposuresO02.04F. Air Pollution, Cognitive Function, and Mental HealthO01.03D. Effects of Heat WavesO01.03E. Environmental Exposures and Birth Outcomes
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmO01.03F. Natural Environment and HealthO01.03G. Occupational Exposure and Worker HealthO01.03H. Panel Studies of Air Pollution, Inflammation, COPD, and Lung FunctionO01.03I. Social, Economic, and Demographic Disparities in Air Pollution Exposure and Health OutcomesO01.03J. Transportation System and Health
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmO01.03K. Stress, Inflammation, and Cardiopulmonary Outcomes in Scripted and Experimental Air Pollution Exposure StudiesS01.03A. Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Environmental Neurotoxicants on Health and NeurodevelopmentS01.03B. Food, Nutrition and Environmental Health Among First Nations in CanadaS01.03C. High Resolution Air Pollution Mapping: Translating Data to Action
3:45 pm - 4:15 pmPoster Viewing & Break
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmO01.04A. Air Pollution, Asthma and Allergic DiseaseO01.04B. Application of Machine Learning Methods to Develop Spatiotemporal Models of Air PollutionO01.04C. Neurological and Cognitive Outcomes Associated With Air PollutionO01.04D. Novel Approaches In Environmental EpidemiologyO01.04E. Prenatal Metals Exposure
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmS01.04A. Addressing Complexities Through Partnership and Collaboration in the ArcticS01.04B. Aggregate Exposure and Cumulative Risk Assessments in the EuroMix projectS01.04C. Assessing Health and Well-Being Benefits of Exposure to Natural Environments: Methodological Challenges and OpportunitiesS01.04D. Biomonitoring Data From the Canadian Health Measures Survey in Risk Assessment: A Decade of ProgressS01.04E. Clean Cooking Implementation Science to Understand Complex Determinants of Clean Fuel Technology Adoption
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmS01.04F. Climate, Air Pollution, and Environmental Health in Africa - Part 2S01.04G. Emerging Evidence on Exposures to Ultrafine ParticlesS01.04H. Updates on the CKDu Epidemic and New Directions for Coordinated Research
6:00 pm - 8:00 pmWomen's Networking Event

Tuesday, August 28, 2018
7:00 am - 8:30 amMorning Workshops
8:30 am - 9:30 amPlenaryKeynote: WHO Global strategy on health, environment and climate changeKeynote by Shoji Nakayama
9:30 am - 10:45 amO02.01A. Air Pollution and DiabetesO02.01B. Air Pollution Related Hospitalization, Mortality, and Life ExpectancyO02.01C. Methods in Occupational Exposure AssessmentO02.01D. Predicting Indoor Particulate Matter ConcentrationsO02.01E. Understanding Early Life Exposures and Nutritional Health Through the Exposome
9:30 am - 10:45 amS02.01A. Challenges of Assessing Non-Tailpipe Emissions for Urban Air Quality and HealthS02.01B. Contaminant Exposures in Indigenous Communities: Tribal Research Avenues and Health EffectsS02.01C. Critical Exposure Windows, Selection Biases and Novel Methods: Methodological Complexities in Reproductive Environmental EpidemiologyS02.01D. Exposures and Health Effects Related to Unconventional Oil and Gas DevelopmentS02.01E. Fluoride Exposure and Health Outcomes in North America
9:30 am - 10:45 amS02.01F. Healthy Climate Solutions: What is the Evidence for Health BenefIts of Climate Change Mitigation Strategies?S02.01G. New Approaches for Environmental Health Impact Studies: Assessing Human Health Risks from Chemical and Non-Chemical StressorsS02.01H. Research-to-Action Gaps: How Can We Implement Successful Programs to Reduce Exposure to Lead and Other Environmental Contaminants in Low and Middle-Income Countries?
10:45 am - 11:15 amPoster Viewing and Break
11:15 am - 12:30 pmO02.02A. Advances in Ambient Air Pollution Modeling - Part 1O02.02B. Ambient Air Pollution and Cardiopulmonary Morbidity and MortalityO02.02C. Chemical Exposures and Interventions Using Systematic ReviewsO02.02E. Household Environmental Risk Factors and HealthO02.02F. Lead Exposure and Health Effects Across the Lifespan
11:15 am - 12:30 pmS02.02A. E-Waste: A Growing Global Problem and Next StepsS02.02B. Exposure and Risk Assessment of Chemicals in Consumer ArticlesS02.02C. Monitoring Versus Modeling PM 2.5 Concentrations: Does it Matter for Air Pollution Health Effects?S02.02D. Opportunity to Accelerate Knowledge on Complex Developmental Chemical Exposures and Child Health: Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO)S02.02E. Solutions for Tackling the Link between Complex Exposures and Human Health
11:15 am - 12:30 pmS02.02F. The Complexity of Microbiomes for Exposure ScienceS02.02G. The Fluoridation Decision: Considering the Evidence for BenefIts, Possible Risks as Well as Ethical World ViewsS02.02H. Exploring Current Worker Exposure Tools and Their Capability to Support Risk Evaluations of Chemicals under Amended TSCA
12:30 pm - 2:15 pmLunch and Poster Viewing
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmO02.03A. Air Pollution and VegetationO02.03B. Effects of Temperature - Part 1O02.03C. Exposure and Health Effects Related to WasteO02.03D. Exposure Assessment, Susceptibility, and Demographic Factors in Studies of Air Pollution Mediated MortalityO02.03E. Global Health Equity Issues Related to Pesticide Use
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmO02.03F. Interventions to Reduce Household Air Pollution from Cooking and Biomass BurningO02.03G. Noise Effects - Part 1O02.03H. Phthalate Exposure and Children's HealthO02.03I. Source-Specific Air Pollution Exposures and HealthS02.03A. Advances in Assessment of Dermal Exposures and Absorption
2:15 pm - 3:45 pmS02.03B. Embracing Complexity: Frontiers in High-Resolution Air Pollution Exposure AssessmentS02.03C. Fossil fuels, Environmental Epidemiology, and the 2008 UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP)S02.03D. The European Human Biomonitoring Initiative HBM4EU: Harmonizing Exposure and Health Risk Assessment in Europe to Support Science and Policy
3:45 pm - 4:15 pmPoster Viewing and Break
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmO02.04A. Air pollution, Pregnancy and Perinatal Health OutcomesO02.04B. Greenness Effects - Part 1O02.04C. Indicators of Cumulative RisksO02.04D. Integration of Chemical Transport and Dispersion Models to Improve Spatiotemporal Air Pollution EstimatesO02.04E. Prenatal Pesticide Exposure
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmS02.04A. Children’s Exposure to SVOC Mixtures in the Home EnvironmentS02.04B. Diving Deep: Mechanisms of Endocrine Disruptors in Pregnancy and Relevant BiomarkersS02.04C. Toward a Degree of Willingness to Certify Causality: Weighting Epidemiological and Non-Epidemiological Evidence.S02.04D. Exposure Science and Health Impact Assessment in Service to Community Resilience for Fugitive ChemicalsS02.04E. Identifying Sources and Health Effects of Phenolic Consumer Product Chemicals: Product Use, Biomonitoring, and Time Trends
4:15 pm - 5:30 pmS02.04F. Strengthening Exposure Assessment in Environmental Epidemiology: Problem Identification and Suggestions for Path ForwardS02.04G. The Global Burden Estimates of the Impacts of Air Pollution: Methods, Innovative Applications, and WHO Results
5:45 pm - 6:45 pmISEE Annual General Membership MeetingISES Membership Meeting
7:00 pm - 11:59 pmConference Dinner