Seminars, Webinars and Meeting Presentations

Upcoming Webinars

PFAS Drinking Water Contamination on Human Health

Date: Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
Time: 12:30PM – 1:30PM CST

Presenter: Dr. Pat Breysse

Description: This month’s webinar will describe the history and context of drinking water contamination with per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). Dr. Breysse will describe federal efforts to date and upcoming projects to further understand the impact of PFAS drinking water contamination on human health.

 

Coming Soon!

Bottom-Up Exposomics for Ensuring Chemical Safety

Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020
Time: 2:00PM – 3:00PM CST

Presenter: Dr. Jon Sobus

Description: This webinar will describe how bottom-up exposomics, based on non-targeted analysis (NTA) applications, is being implemented at the U.S. EPA to support rapid assessments of chemical safety. The presentation will cover developments in databases, informatics, and software tools, as well as applications of NTA to various environmental and biological media. It will further describe developments with EPA’s Non-Targeted Analysis Collaborative Trial (ENTACT), an effort involving 30 labs around the globe to assess and harmonize NTA strategies and protocols.

 

Past Webinars

Past webinar recordings and downloadable handouts are available to ISES members only. Log in to the member portal or join ISES to view.

Perspectives on Science Communication: Social Media for Scientists 
Pallavi Pant

 

Biomonitoring for Public Health Action: Challenges and Opportunities
Antonia Calafat, PhD

 

Optimizing Mentorship for Success
Courtney Carignan, PhD – Associate Professor, Michigan State University

 

ISIAQ hosts a December Webinar: Assessing Human Exposure to Chemicals in Materials, Products and Articles: A Modular Mechanistic Framework.
ISES/ISIAQ member Dr. John Little & Ms. Clara Eichler of Virginia Tech

(you may need to download the APP to watch presentation slides, ask questions, and participate in discussions).

 

ISES Mentor Committee Presents: Perspectives on a career in research at the interface of science and policy: translating exposure science research to action
Ramya Chari, MPH, Ph.D., Policy Researcher at the RAND Corporation

 

ISES Mentor Committee Presents: Perspectives on an Academic Job Search
Jaymie Meliker, Ph.D., Professor of Public Health and Family, Population, & Preventive Medicine at Stony Brook University

Past webinar recordings and downloadable handouts are available to ISES members only. Log in to the member portal or join ISES to view.