Non-ISES Meetings

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Health Effects Institute
Annual Conference
Alexandria, Virginia
April 30 - May 2, 2017
https://www.healtheffects.org/annual-conference

ICCA-LRI & JRC Workshop
How Can Fit-For-Purpose Exposure Assessments Best Be Integrated Into Risk-Based Decision Making?
Como, Italy
June 21-22, 2017
Over the last several years, on a global basis, many exposure science research programs have ramped up to meet the challenges of the quickly advancing risk-based decision making paradigm. These new approaches offer considerable promise for use in risk-based priority setting, screening and more complex decision contexts. This workshop will promote common understanding of the opportunities (and challenges) in advancing fit-for-purpose exposure science tools to accelerate risk-based assessments of chemical products. This year’s workshop is co-organized by the International Council of Chemical Associations’ Long-Range Research Initiative (ICCA-LRI) and the European Commission Joint Research Centre (JRC). Click here for information regarding previous ICCA-LRI workshops. For more information, please contact the ICCA-LRI Workshop Coordinator at LRI_Workshop@icf.com.

Please download the attached flyer for more details and specific themes. 

International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)
Twenty-Ninth Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology
Sydney, Australia
September 24-28, 2017
http://www.isee2017.com

ICOH SC on Occupational Toxicology (SCOT)
10th International Symposium on Biological Monitoring in Occupational and Environmental Health (ISBM -10)
Naples, Italy
October 2-4, 2017
http://www.centercongressi.com/isbm10/
Topics of ISBM-10 will include, but not be limited to new and traditional biomarkers, new analytical techniques and approaches, results of case and field studies of occupational and environmental exposures and development of strategies and guidance to correctly use, interpret and manage biological monitoring data. Great emphasis will be given to the use of biological monitoring as a tool to identify, monitor and control chemical exposures and for the risk assessment and management of occupational and environmental chemicals, particularly from new technologies, including metals, solvents, pesticides and nanomaterials.

Contact Information
Address: Via G. Quagliariello 27, 80131 Napoli
Tel: +39 081.19578490
Fax: +39 081.19578071
E-mail: info@centercongressi.com
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/4547078

ICCA-LRI
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