Seminars, Webinars and Meeting Presentations

Members of ISES! You have access to educational content from the ISES2020 pre-conference workshops. Visit the Member’s Only portal to access this educational content.


Upcoming Webinars

COVID-19 Panel: New Insights
Date: Wednesday, October 27, 2021
Time: 12:45pm ET
Pallavi Pant, PhD, Senior Scientist, Health Effects Institute
Byron Erath, PhD, Associate Professor, Clarkson University
Andrea Ferro, PhD, Professor, Clarkson University
Ana Rule, PhD, Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University
Kirsten Koehler, PhD, Associate Professor, Johns Hopkins University

2020 Pre-Conference Workshop On-Demand Content

Advancing Air Quality Monitoring in Environmental Justice Communities of the South Coast Air Basin, CA:
Overview of Approaches, Community Engagement, Monitoring Technologies, Preliminary Results, and Lessons Learned
Authors: Payam Pakbin, Ph.D., Sina Hasheminassab, Ph.D., Julia Montoya-Aguilera, Ph.D., Mohammad H. Sowlat, Ph.D., Steven Boddeker, Avi Lavi, Ph.D., Faraz E. Ahangar, Ph.D., Christopher Y. Lim, Ph.D.

Past Webinars

As a member of ISES, you have access to the valuable monthly webinars hosted by leading environmental and health experts from around the world, including representatives from academia, government, the private sector and non-governmental organizations. Below are past webinar titles and presenters. Click here to have access to the on-demand content or join ISES today!

A Review of Dermal Loading and Transfer Literature: Solids and Liquids
Speaker: Jennifer Sahmel, PhD, CIH, CSP, FAIHA, Insight Exposure and Risk Sciences


Increased Exposure to Commonly Used Disinfectants during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Speaker: Amina Salamova


Balancing Environmental Justice Priorities in the Context of Pollution Burden and Local-Scale Exposure Assessments.
Speaker: Tim Barzyk, U.S. EPA


Wildfire Smoke and Health
Speaker: Dr. Ana Rappold


Composite Scores, Social Embodiment and Risk of CVD: Evidence from the UK Biobank Cohort
Speaker: Marc Chadeau-Hyam, Ph.D.


Exposure to air pollutants during COVID-19 pandemic – better or worse than before?
Speakers: Prof. PhD Marina Almeida-Silva, PhD Nuno Canha


A Modular Mechanistic Framework for Assessing Human Exposure to Chemicals in Materials, Products, and Articles – Next Steps
Speaker: John Little and Clara Eichler


COVID-19 and Air Pollution in South Asia 
Speaker: Dr. Pallavi Pant


The State of Air Sensors and Applications
Speaker: Tim Dye, Certified Consulting Meteorologist by the American Meteorological Society


Meet the Editor, Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology
Speaker: Dr. Elaine Hubal


Resuspension of viruses and other biological particles from surfaces and clothing
Speaker: Andrea Ferro, PhD, PE


Findings from a Systematic Review of Chronic Environmental Contamination, Psychosocial Stress, and Community Resilience
Speaker: Dr. Daniel Sullivan, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Arizona


Japan Environment and Children’s Study: protocol, exposure measurement instruments and possible implications
Speaker: Dr. Shoji Nakayama


Above and Beyond: When we ask Personal Protective Equipment to be Community Protective Equipment
Speakers: Ana María Rule, Ph.D, MHS and Kirsten Koehler, Ph.D, MS


Mas allá del diseño: Cuando pedimos que los equipos de protección personal protejan a la comunidad.
Speaker: Dr. Ana Rule


The fluid mechanics of fricative consonant production during speech – application to airborne transport of the SARS CoV-2 virus.
Speaker: Dr. Byron Erath, Associate Professor Clarkson University


Healthy buildings and coronavirus
Speaker: Dr. Joe Allen


Profile Building and Research Sharing
Speaker: Dr. Tony Williams


Bottom-Up Exposomics for Ensuring Chemical Safety
Speaker: Dr. Jon Sobus


PFAS Drinking Water Contamination on Human Health
Speaker: Dr. Pat Breysse


Perspectives on Science Communication: Social Media for Scientists
Speaker: Pallavi Pant


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


Optimizing Mentorship for Success
Speaker: 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.
Speaker: 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
Speaker: Ramya Chari, MPH, Ph.D., Policy Researcher at the RAND Corporation


ISES Mentor Committee Presents: Perspectives on an Academic Job Search
Speaker: 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.