JPB Fellows in the 31st Annual Conference of the ISEE 2019

The 31st annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE 2019) took place in the historic city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. The meeting theme was ‘”On Airs, Waters, Places”’ in recognition of what was probably the first surviving text on environmental health, written by Hippocrates of Kos some 400 years B.C.E. Find below what some JPB Fellows presented:

    • Acetylcholinesterase inhibition and symptoms of depression and anxiety among adolescents near agriculture in Ecuador: transient effects on mood (Poster Presentation). Jose Suarez
    • An environmental justice analysis of ultrafine particle exposure in Boston, MA, USA. (Poster Presentation) Christina Fuller
    • Dietary supplementation with nuts or olestra to enhance the excretion of persistent organic pollutants in adults. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology meeting, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 2019. Poster Presentation). Jose Suarez
    • Do nurse advice calls follow ozone pollution? Using syndromic surveillance to evaluate short-term respiratory effects of ambient ozone concentrations in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. (Poster Presentation) Christina Fuller
    • Effects of exposure to flaring from unconventional oil wells on adverse birth outcomes. (Talk) Lara Cushing
    • Environmental justice implications of flaring from unconventional oil wells in Texas: racial/ethnic inequalities in exposure (co-author) Lara Cushing
    • Place and Air Connect Throught Early Life Stress to Affect Inflammation. (Poster Presentation) Hector Olvera