Abstract Submission

Symposium Proposal
Symposium proposal submission closed on January 15, 2018. Proposals submitted will undergo expedited expert review. Scheduling/rejection notifications will be mailed to the submitting authors on February 15. Symposium proposals can address complexities in exposure and health from very big (macro/ecosystem) to very small (micro/molecular) environments.A more detailed summary of the specific conference themes can be foundon this page.

Abstract Secretariat

  • site@isesisee2018.org

Symposium Proposal Requirements
Symposia will be accepted for session lengths of 90 minutes (no more than five presentations) and formats other than traditional oral presentations (e.g., posters, panel discussions, and lightning talks) are encouraged. Successful symposium proposals should demonstrate relevance to the conference theme, high-quality presentations, and diversity among the presenters (e.g., representing multiple disciplines, methodologies, home institutions, and geographic regions of research).

Note: All Presenters (panel, symposium, platform, posters) will need to register for the conference and pay the appropriate fee(s).ISES/ISEE does not fund speaker travel or registration fees.

Important Deadlines
Closed – Symposium proposal submission February 15, 2022 – Notification of symposium acceptance or rejection February 15, 2022 –General abstract submissions open April 1, 2022 – General abstract submissions close May 1, 2022 –Notifications will be sent to general abstract submitters

General Abstract Submission
General abstract submission will be open from February 15 until April 1, 11:59 PM ET. Abstracts submitted will undergo expedited expert review. We will notify the submitters of the format of their meeting presentation (oral or poster) and the day and session time assigned by May 1. For the ISES-ISEE 2022 Joint Annual Meeting we aim to highlight issues that reflect the complexities in environmental exposure and health research and policy development. For example, complexity can refer to methodological development, exposure assessment, or epidemiologic studies of:

  • Interactions between social and environmental determinants;
  • Combined assessments of both exposure and health;
  • Exposures across multiple media, sources, and stressors;
  • Exposures in different microenvironments;
  • Temporally and spatially varying exposures;
  • Mixtures and cumulative exposures;
  • Gene-environment interactions;
  • The vast array of clinical and subclinical health impacts;
  • Translation of research into policy and other decision making.

The ISES-ISEE 2018 Joint Annual Meeting will leverage this expertise to address complex, locally and globally significant topics in environmental exposure and epidemiology. We invite you to submit an abstract if your work investigates complexities in exposure and health from very big (macro/ecosystem) to very small (micro/molecular) environments. A detailed summary of the specific conference themes can be foundhere.