The 2018 Joint ISES-ISEE Meeting will bring together scientific experts and practitioners from academia, government, industry, and non-governmental organizations dedicated to the protection of health and environment. Exposure science and environmental epidemiology are dynamic fields that:
- Develop and apply traditional and innovative methods for assessing exposures to environmental stressors and their health effects.
- Address exposures to a broad array of environmental stressors as well as factors that contribute to or mitigate exposure.
- Elucidate potential health effects from environmental stressors during the life cycle including outcomes from in utero development to death.
- Promote interdisciplinary approaches to solving complex environmental public health problems.
The Joint ISES-ISEE 2018 Meeting theme is “Addressing Complex Local and Global Issues in Environmental Exposure and Health.” As the capital city of Canada, Ottawa is home to diverse and active community of scientists and policy makers engaged in local and global environmental exposure and health research. The ISES-ISEE 2018 Meeting will be inclusive to delegates from around the world, and will leverage local and international expertise to address complex local and global topics relevant to exposure science and environmental epidemiology.
Now open – Symposium proposal submissions
January 8 – Symposium proposal submissions close
January 15 – Online registration opens
February 8 – Notifications will be sent to symposium submitters
February 15 – General abstract submissions open
April 1 – General abstract submissions close
May 1 – Notifications will be sent to general abstract submitters
June 15 – Final program available online
July 1 – Early bird registration deadline
August 16 – Regular registration deadline
The Joint ISES-ISEE 2018 meeting theme is “Addressing Complex Local and Global Issues in Environmental Exposure and Health.” As the capital city of Canada, Ottawa is home to diverse and active community of scientists and policy makers engaged in local and global environmental exposure and health research. The Joint ISES-ISEE 2018 Annual Meeting will leverage this expertise to address complex, locally and globally significant topics relevant to exposure science and environmental epidemiology