ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEW!  Registration for the 2017 Annual Meeting is now OPEN
NEW!  Opening Plenary Session Speakers Announced. Download Press Release (pdf).
NEW!  Travel Award Application now posted! Three types of awards will be given: student, new researcher, and advanced researcher. Selection criteria include quality of abstract, diversity, need, and interest/commitment to exposure science. Questions can be sent to isesdiversity@gmail.com. Submission deadline is May 17.
Call for Abstracts! Abstracts are now being accepted. Submission deadline is April 28

Information for making Hotel Reservations is now available.

Symposium submission is now closed. Notifications will be sent out the week of February 20-28. 

4-21-17
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Dear 2017 ISES Annual Meeting Attendee,

The 2017 meeting is entitled Integrating Exposure Science Across Diverse Communities. We would like to actively incorporate this theme throughout an integrated program. We will strive to incorporate the meeting theme and emphasize the interdisciplinary and multi-scale nature of exposure science, as well as the different communities involved.

The Research Triangle Park is one of the world’s first, and largest, research parks, and is strengthened and diversified by building on the close collaboration of three local, internationally renowned universities, and the concentration of and close connections among industry, academia, and government, as well as local community partnerships. Building on this “Triangle” theme, the three co-chairs (themselves representing a partnership among industry, academia and government as well as disciplines of technology, epidemiology, and exposure risk assessment) would like to encourage creative symposia, talks and posters incorporating three distinct yet interconnected elements related to exposure science, for instance:
• Exposure, hazard, and risk assessment
• Exposure assessment methods, models, and data
• Personal monitoring, remote sensing, and questionnaires
• Individuals, communities, and ecosystems
• External exposures, biomonitoring, and biological response
• Exposures throughout the life course – children, adults, and the elderly
• Measuring the Exposome in an imperfect world: strategies, sampling, statistics
• Exposure assessment, epidemiology, communication

We look forward to hosting this exciting international meeting here in Research Triangle Park, NC, USA.

Sincerely,
Jennifer_Lantz
Jennifer Lantz
2017 Co-Chair
David_Balshaw
David Balshaw
2017 Co-Chair
Jane_Hoppin
Jane Hoppin
2017 Co-Chair