#ISEE2024

Scientific Program

The draft scientific program below will be finalized soon.

09:00 - 13:00Full Day Workshop
Basic Understanding of Risk Assessment and its Application in Everyday Environmental Challenges.
13:00 - 14:00BREAK
14:00 - 18:00Full Day Workshop
Basic Understanding of Risk Assessment and its Application in Everyday Environmental Challenges.
18:30 - 19:15NEW MEMBER RECEPTION
19:15 - 20:15WELCOME RECEPTION
09:00 - 13:00Full Day Workshop
Bayesian spatiotemporal modelling for environmental data with NIMBLE
13:00 - 14:00BREAK
14:00 - 18:00Full Day Workshop
Bayesian spatiotemporal modelling for environmental data with NIMBLE
18:30 - 19:15NEW MEMBER RECEPTION
19:15 - 20:15WELCOME RECEPTION
09:00 - 13:00Half Day Workshop
Biomonitoring of contaminants: methodological challenges for action in Ibero-American populations
13:00 - 14:00 
14:00 - 18:00Half Day Workshop
Climate crisis and health – from research to policy. A primer with the focus on United Nations COP climate negotiations.
18:30 - 19:15NEW MEMBER RECEPTION
19:15 - 20:15WELCOME RECEPTION
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 01
Scientific Evidence and Activism: Perspectives on Socio-Environmental Conflicts

Chairs: Maria Elisa Quinteros Caceres, Chile & Karla Yohannessen, Chile

Defending Life and Water Against the Pascua Lama Project - John Melendez, Chile
Large extractivist operation: community, legal and scientific perspectives - Alejandra Donoso, Chile
Large extractivist operation: community, legal and scientific perspectives - Pablo Ruiz , Chile
Green Extractivism in The Atacama Desert: Lithium Mining and Global Societal Challenges - Ramón Balcázar, Chile

11:45 - 13:15

Symposium 04
Climate and satellite data and health outcomes across the lifespan and across continents from the Middle East to Latin America

Chairs: Wael Al-Delaimy, USA & Briana Chronister , USA

Mediating role of greenness and drought on the heat-mortality association in Jordan: Differences by population density - Leire Luque, Spain
A comparative analyses of Heatwaves, Urban Heat Islands, and Human Wellbeing in cities across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - Kenza Khomsi, Morocco
Between Dusty Days and Hot Days: The Impact of Kuwait's Harsh Climate on Diabetes - Barrak Alahmad, USA
Ambient temperature during pregnancy and fetal growth in Eastern Massachusetts, USA - Marc Weisskopf, USA
Home distance to Greenhouse Floricultural and Organophosphate, Pyrethroid, and Neonicotinoid Urinary Metabolite Concentration in Ecuadorian Adolescents - Briana Chronister, USA

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Symposium 06
Assessing environmental justice for communities living in industrially contaminated areas: sharing approaches and experiences

Chairs: Ivano Iavarone, Italy & Marcela Tamayo-Ortiz, USA

Promoting environmental justice in industrially contaminated areas: from national assessments of environmental health inequalities to approaches focused on single communities - Roberto Pasetto, Italy
Urgency in contaminated sites in Chile: methodological options and socio-environmental approach - Sandra Isabel Cortés Arancibia, Chile
Child living and health conditions after a mining dam rupture in Brazil - Bruminha Project - Carmen Froes Asmus, Brazil
Research-Community Partnerships for promoting Procedural Environmental Justice in industrially contaminated areas - Daniela Marsili, Italy
Unmasking Environmental Injustice: A Study on Asbestos Hazards in the City of Sibaté, Colombia - Juan Pablo Ramos-Bonilla, Colombia

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 01
The invisible health threat: short- and long-term impacts of air pollution

Prenatal air pollution exposure and risk of autism: findings from ECHO cohorts - Akhgar Ghassabian, USA
Exploring impacts of air pollution and greenness on progressions of latent and active tuberculosis to inform interventions - Erjia Ge, Canada
Long-term Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Cause-Specific Respiratory Hospitalizations Across 14 U.S. States - Adjani Antonela Peralta, USA
Short-term association between ambient ozone and onset of acute myocardial infarction of young patients: Results from the VIRGO study - Siqi Zhang, USA
Mortality impacts of NO2 emissions controls in Melbourne, Australia - Timothy Chaston, Australia
Long-term exposure to ambient ozone and cause-specific mortality in the US Medicare population - Kipruto Kirwa, USA
Associations between household-level fine particulate matter and in-home blood pressure during the 2022 wildfire season in Montana, USA - Ethan S Walker, USA
Temporal Change in the Effects of Particulate Matter on Mortality: A Multi-City Multi-Country Analysis from 143 Cities Across 26 Countries - Yongsoo Choi, USA
Dust storms and emergency department visits in the southwestern United States, 2005-2016 - Howard H. Chang, USA
Characterizing indoor air quality associated with electric heating, cooking, and smart filtration appliances in disadvantaged communities in San Joaquin Valley - Katherine Ann Kearns, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Symposium 08
Bayesian models for Environmental Health

Chairs: Garyfallos Konstantinoudis, UK & Robbie Parks, USA

Spatial Bayesian Distributed lag non-linear models - Marcos Quijal-Zamorano, Spain
Domestic radon exposure and childhood cancer incidence in 722 counties in the United States, 2001-2018 - Matthew Bozigar, USA
Modelling the effects of ambient air pollution exposure on children's mental health outcomes - Abi Riley, UK
Suicide mortality rates in England: a spatiotemporal study between 2002 - 2020 - Connor Gascoigne, UK
Using the Bayesian Non-Parametric Ensemble (BNE) for more accurate and precise identification of disparities in PM2.5 exposures - Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou, USA

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15Opening Ceremony
08:15 - 09:00Keynote Lecture 1
09:00 - 09:45Keynote Lecture 2
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 02
Wildfire smoke exposure during pregnancy: impacts on infant and child health outcomes

Chairs: Allison R. Sherris, USA & Amy Padula, USA

Methodological considerations and opportunities for wildfire smoke and pregnancy and child development outcomes - Tarik Benmarhnia, USA
Causal effect estimates of wildfire PM2.5 on stillbirth in California - Joan A. Casey, USA
Pregnancy Exposure to PM2.5 from Wildland Fire Smoke and Preterm Birth in California - Sally Picciotto, USA
Wildfire-specific PM2.5 exposure and adverse birth outcomes in the U.S. ECHO-wide cohorts - Allison R. Sherris, USA
Prenatal wildfire smoke exposure and child neurodevelopment - Rebecca J. Schmidt, USA

11:45 - 13:15

Symposium 05
Integration approaches for epidemiological evidence to support public health decision making

Chairs: Kyla Taylor, USA & Sorina Eftim, USA

Epidemiology and Human Health Risk Assessment in the IRIS Program - Krista Christensen, USA
The OHAT approach to evidence integration of epidemiological studies to support decision making - Kyla Taylor, USA
European research on PFAS and health in highly polluted communities. - Tony Fletcher, England
Environmental health risk assessment in Chile: strengths and limitations. Sandra Isabel Cortés Arancibia - Sandra Isabel Cortés Arancibia, Chile

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Symposium 07
Multi-omics applications in the era of precision environmental health

Chairs: Donghai Liang, USA & Tanya Alderete, USA

Beyond a single factor: Cutting-Edge Approaches in Environmental Mixtures and Omics Research - Jesse Goodrich, USA
The Gut Microbiome and Fecal Metabolome as a Link Between Early Life Air Pollution Exposure and Childhood Obesity - Tanya Alderete, USA
Integration of the Metabolome and Epigenome in Unravelling the Biological Mechanisms Underlying the Relationship between Ambient PM2.5 and Preterm and Early-term Birth - Donghai Liang, USA
Multi-omics signatures of seasonality in the general population and their relation to common diseases in Northeast Germany - Johannes Hertel, Germany
Leveraging Exposomics and Multi-omics to Investigate the Pathobiology of Asthma - Peng Gao, USA

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 02
Regulatory Changes, Global Challenges, and Maternal Health

Effects of maternal HIV infection on low, very low, and extremely low birth weight: a population-based study in Brazil - Ilce Ferreira Da Silva, Brazil
Associations between Residential Proximity to Oil and Gas Development and Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy in a North American Preconception Cohort - Mary D. Willis, USA
Spatial Analysis of Infant Mortality and Hazardous Sites across US States - Sharon J Kulali, USA
Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure and Perinatal Health Outcomes in the United Arab Emirates: Interim Analysis from The Mutaba’ah Study - Tom Loney, UAE
Investigating the Aliso Canyon Gas Blowout Disaster and Adverse Birth Outcomes: A Quasi Experimental Approach - Kimberly C Paul, USA
Heatwaves and Home Births: Impact of Extreme Heat on Delivery Choices in India - Arnab K. Dey, USA
Prenatal and preconception exposure to pesticide mixtures and ADHD in childhood - Melissa Furlong, USA
Evaluating the Multiple Health Effects of the Early Life Exposome from childhood to adolescence: An Outcome-Wide Approach - Augusto Anguita Ruiz, Spain
Prevalence of obesity in Uruguayan and Brazilian children according to exclusive breastfeeding duration and ultra-processed food intake - Isabel Pereyra González, Chile

17:45 - 19:15

Symposium 09
Strengthening environmental surveillance to advance health-promoting policies

Chairs: Yi Lu, Hassan Ali Dalvi Shirazi, USA & Sumi Mehta, USA

Promoting child health and environmental equity through a children’s environmental health information system - Qiang Wang , China
Strengthening government’s surveillance and clinical responses to lead exposure in Peru - Maria Elena Arias Coronel, Peru
Leveraging air quality monitoring data in Jakarta, Indonesia – local impact assessments to guide government regulations - Ginanjar Syuhada, Indonesia
Role of frontline health professionals in improving air quality and climate health surveillance in India - Ambrish Kumar Chandan, India

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 03:
Novel Exposure Assessment Strategies to Investigate Health Risks from Agrochemicals among Understudied Agricultural Communities and Workers in South America: Methodological Challenges, Perspectives, Findings, and Future Directions

Chairs: Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá, USA & Sandra Cortes Arancibia, Chile

Participatory research for the reduction of vulnerability and exposure to pesticides in horticultural production in Córdoba, Argentina - Mariana Butinof, Argentina
Pesticide Exposures Among Brazilian Smallholder Family Farmers: Why and How it is Strongly Impacting Women’s Health - Rafael Junqueira Buralli, Brazil
Assessing contaminants of emerging concern in agricultural settings and report back to the community in the METALES Study - Melissa DeSantiago , USA
Building Capacity among Community Health Workers for the Report Back of Environmental Exposures in a Chilean Agricultural Community - Grant Tore, USA
Lessons learned and future directions in epidemiologic agrochemical research in under-resourced settings: An open forum discussion - Lesliam Quirós-Alcalá and Sandra Cortes Arancibia, USA and Chile

11:45 - 13:15

Traditional Oral Session 03
Addressing Disparities and Health Impacts of Air Pollution Exposure

Chairs: TBA

Disparity in the effect of long-term exposure to air pollution on non-communicable disease burden across sub-populations in India - Sagnik Dey, India
Scenarios for Reducing PM2.5 Exposure-Disparities in Washington State, USA - Arushi Sharma, USA
Long-term exposure to PM2.5 and mortality in South Korea: Effect modification by community deprivation, medical infrastructure, and greenness - Garam Byun, USA
Addressing gaps and disparities in ambient air quality monitoring in the US - Yuzhou Wang, USA
Associations between Long-term Exposure to Air Pollution and Blood Pressure and Glucose Levels in Bangladeshi Adults: A Nationally Representative Study - Juwel Rana, Canada
Do area- and individual-level sociodemographic characteristics modify the association of air pollution with incident asthma in the ECHO program? - Veronica A Wang, USA

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Traditional Oral Session 06
Our changing world: Climate change and natural disasters

Chairs: TBA

Weathering the crisis: A cross-sectional analysis examining the relationship between mental health, well-being, and extreme weather event-damaged homes in Australia - Monika Walia, Australia
Environmental stressors experienced by cancer patients and caregivers shaped their attitudes and perceptions towards climate change in Puerto Rico. - Nancy Raquel Cardona, Puerto Rico
Joint effects of wildfire smoke and extreme heat on hospitalizations in California, 2011-2020 - Caitlin G Jones Ngo, USA
Longitudinal Multi-Omic Characterization of a Community Cohort After Chemical Exposures from Hurricane Harvey - Abiodun Oluyomi, USA
Floods and cause-specific mortality in the United States during 2001-2020 - Kai Chen, USA
Daily rainfall and population mortality: a multi-country study across 645 locations - Cheng He, Germany

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 03
Environmental Inequalities and Public Health

Chairs: TBA

Exploring the pathways linking prenatal and early childhood greenness exposure to attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms during childhood - Leire Luque García, Spain
Tree canopy cover and PM2.5 -attributable asthma and low birthweight outcomes in Richmond, California (2011-2017): an Ecologic Study - Andrew V Nguyen, USA
Intra-neighborhood associations between residential greenness typologies and blood pressure - Ray Yeager, USA
Residential exposure to green and non-photosynthesising vegetation: comparative effects on academic performance in a longitudinal study of Australian children - Luke Knibbs, Australia
Green space, air pollution and mortality in a metropolitan area in Southern Italy: a health impact assessment study - Orazio Valerio Giannico, Italy
The role of greenspace in vitamin D status: cross-sectional, observational evidence from the UK Biobank - Nicholas John Osborne, Australia
Residential greenspace and type 2 diabetes according to urbanicity: findings from the CONSTANCES cohort (2012-2019) - Bénédicte Jacquemin, France
Co-benefits of urban green interventions: a health impact assessment of the Eixos Verds plan in Barcelona - Tamara Iungman, Spain
The Effects of Neighborhood Greening on Inflammation in The Green Heart Project - Daniel W Riggs, USA
The Impact of New York City’s Open Streets Program on Traffic Levels: A Difference-in-Differences Analysis - Sabah Usmani, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Traditional Oral Session 08
Exposure assessment in air pollution studies

Chairs: TBA

Estimating Air Quality Exposure in 1940 and 2010 For Future Application to Health Analyses - Xiaorong Shan, USA
Mobile monitoring and land use regression modeling for ultrafine particles in Beijing, China - Xin Meng, China
Increasing Capacity to Assess Air Pollution Disparities in Atlantic Canada - Tsz Kin Siu, Canada
Developing a global methodology to estimate health and economic impact of ambient PM2.5 - Kritika Anand, India
Enhancing Exposure Estimates in Urban Environments: Integrating Mobile and Fixed-Site Black Carbon Measurements to Bridge Spatiotemporal Gaps - Chirag Manchanda, USA
Personal Exposure assessment to Particulate Matter among school children in Kampala Capital City in Uganda - Samuel Etajak, Uganda

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 01
Exposure assessment methods and applications around the world

Chairs: TBA

Co-occurrence of wildfire smoke and extreme heat events in British Columbia, 2010-2022: Spatiotemporal patterns in population-level exposure - Stephanie E Cleland, Canada
Quantitative risk assessment of mercury exposure in Madre de Dios and Puno Peruvian mining communities - Eric Morales Mora, Costa Rica
Prevalence of occupational injuries among construction workers in Karachi, Pakistan. - Asad Rehman Allana, Pakistan
Cumulative arsenic exposure from residential histories and its association with individual arsenic levels in saliva - Shelbie D. Stahr, USA
Measuring and modeling road traffic noise at high spatiotemporal resolution for health impact assessment in a United States city. - Matthew Bozigar, USA
An integrated risk assessment to consider multiple exposures: application to European cohorts - Amélie Crépet, France

11:45 - 13:15

Traditional Oral Session 04
Perspectives on environmental policy and public health

Chairs: TBA

Breastfeeding efficiency among new mothers in a region impacted by large-scale agricultural production: Lessons from the SEMILLA study in Ecuador - Fadya Orozco, Ecuador
The association of emergency department visits and Public Safety Power Shutoffs in California - Alyson B Harding, USA
Community air quality benefits of the EPA’s School Bus Rebate Program: a randomized design - Meredith Pedde, USA
An Innovative Geospatial Monitoring and Health Impact Assessment Tool for Sustainable and Healthy City Planning - Federica Montana, Spain
Guiding Air Quality Management Decisions, and Risk Communication Strategies, in Latin America using Environmental Epidemiology Research - Kevin Park, USA
Application of a methodology for the development of air quality and health indices in Latin American countries - Samuel David Osorio Garcia, Mexico

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Traditional Oral Session 07
Occupational and Environmental Cancer Risks

Chairs: TBA

Parental employment in bitumen-related industries in relation to childhood cancer risk - Julia E Heck, USA
Carcinogenic industrial air pollution and lung cancer risk in a large prospective U.S. cohort - Jessica M. Madrigal, USA
The Diesel Exhaust in Miners Study (DEMS) II: Temporal Factors Related to Diesel Exhaust and Lung Cancer Mortality - Debra Silverman, USA
Asbestos content in lung of mesothelioma cases living in proximity of an asbestos factory: a post-mortem SEM-EDS study - Matthew Untalan, USA
Occupational and environmental risk factors for pancreatic cancer: A retrospective cohort study at a hospital in central Taiwan - Ro Ting Lin, Taiwan
Cancer mortality after low dose ionizing radiation exposure among workers in France, the United Kingdom, and the United States (INWORKS) - David B Richardson, USA

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 04
Spatial and Temporal Cancer Trends and Exposome Studies

Spatial-Temporal Trends in Ovarian Cancer Outcomes in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, USA - H Carolina Villanueva, USA
Exposures to Artificial Light at Night and Ambient Fine Particulate Matter and Risk of Pediatric Papillary Thyroid Cancer - Nicole Deziel, USA
Mortality from malignant mesothelioma in young adults in Italy, as proxy of environmental exposures to asbestos in childhood - Lucia Fazzo, Italy
Tattoos as a new risk factor for malignant lymphoma: a population-based case-control study - Christel Nielsen, Sweden
Breaking barriers: acceptability and feasibility of HPV self-sampling for cervical cancer prevention in rural communities of Ecuador - Gabriela Bustamante, Ecuador
Does tattoo exposure increase the risk of skin cancer? A population-based case-control study - Emelie Rietz Liljedahl, Sweden
Exploring ferns extracts for UV protective bio-activity: natural compounds in the potential prevention of skin-cancer and other skin diseases. - Pablo Jimenez Bonilla, Costa Rica
Ambient air pollution exposure and bladder cancer risk in a U.S. cohort - Jared A Fisher, USA
Searching the exposome to identify environmental chemical exposures for cancer risk in humans: the Southern Environmental Health Study - Wei Zheng, USA
Lung cancer mortality attributed to residential radon exposure in Spanish regions by sex. Application of a correction for dwelling height. - Mónica Pérez Ríos, Spain

17:45 - 19:15

Traditional Oral Session 09
Environmental factors and reproductive health

Chairs: TBA

Exposure to traffic-related air pollutants in vitrified oocyte donors and male recipient partners in relation to fertilization and embryo quality - Sarah Lapointe, USA
Extreme ambient heat and outcomes of assisted reproduction in the continental United States, 1996 to 2018 - Audrey J Gaskins, USA
Associations between Phthalates Exposure and Oxidative Stress Biomarkers in the Risk of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss - Po Chin Huang, Taiwan
A precision environmental health approach to childhood obesity and metabolic dysfunction: identifying biological pathways and prenatal determinants - Nikos Stratakis, Spain
Improving phthalate environmental reproductive health literacy: a virtual intervention of clinicians - Kathryn Scott Tomsho, USA
Reproductive and Gynecologic Health Among Highly Vulnerable Hairstylists of Color - Lesliam Quiros Alcala, USA

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 02
Water pollution: Current studies of arsenic in drinking water

Chairs: TBA

Drinking water arsenic contamination and COVID-19 outcomes in California, USA - Helena Archer, USA
Human health risk due to heavy metal contaminated water exposure in a coastal area of Northern Vietnam - Nguyen Thi Minh Ngoc, Vietnam
Association of Cardiovascular Disease with Low-Moderate Chronic Arsenic Exposure: A Global Systematic Review - Meroona Gopang, USA
Pediatric kidney function and concentrations of metalloids and fluoride in drinking water in rural Mexico experiencing drought: Preliminary Results - Paulina Farias, Mexico
Exposures to drinking water contaminants below regulatory limits and incident ovarian cancer in the California Teachers Study cohort - Maya Spaur, USA
Uranium and arsenic from community water supplies and chronic kidney disease in California: Novel findings for exposures below regulatory limits - Danielle N Medgyesi, USA

11:45 - 13:15

Traditional Oral Session 05
Inequities in Drinking Water Quality and Health Outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Historical redlining and drinking water quality in Los Angeles, California, USA - Jenny L. Rempel, USA
Differences in Prevalence of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in North Carolina Public Water Systems by Neighborhood Racial Characteristics - Aleah Walsh, USA
National regulatory change in public drinking water arsenic thresholds and adverse birth outcomes in the state of California, 2000-2017 - Ilan Cerna Turoff, USA
Residential sociodemographic characteristics associated with public water arsenic and uranium concentrations, 2006-2011 - Kevin P. Patterson, USA
DRINKING WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE (WaSH) BEHAVIORS PREVENT MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN UNDER FIVE YEARS IN THE RURAL, CAMBODIA - Sok Mean Sreng, Japan
The value of replacing lead water pipes in the US - Ronnie Levin, USA

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Flash Oral Session 07
The impacts of traffic-related air pollution

Particulate Matter and Emergency Consultation in Temuco 2015-2023, Chile - Maria Elisa Quintero, Chile
Short-term PM2.5 exposure and DNA methylation changes of circadian rhythm genes: evidence from two experimental studies - Xu Gao, China
Development and comparison of land use regression, dispersion and hybrid models for predicting air pollution levels - Alan Domínguez, Spain
Hyperlocal Air Pollution Mapping: A Scalable Transfer Learning LUR Approach for Mobile Monitoring - Zhendong Yuan, Netherlands
Long-term Exposure to Air Pollution and Cardiovascular Hospital Re-Admissions Among Medicare Beneficiaries - Mahdieh Danesh Yazdi, USA
The impact of long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and genetic susceptibility on Parkinson’s disease - Dayoon Kwon, USA
Characterisation of the short-term health effects of air pollutants on the London Underground and Overground in a randomised cross-over study - Sibo Lucas Cheng, UK
Life course air pollution exposure and later-life risk of all-cause and cardiovascular specific mortality in the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936 - Otto Emil Ilmari Jutila, UK

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 05
Chemical exposures and health outcomes I

Chairs: TBA

Human pesticide exposure in Bolivia: A scoping review of current knowledge, future challenges and research needs - Jessika Barrón Cuenca, Bolivia
Predictors of ethylenethiourea exposure during pregnancy among participants enrolled in the SEMILLA birth cohort study - Alexis J Handal, USA
Prenatal blood metals, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and antigen- or mitogen-stimulated cord blood lymphocyte proliferation and cytokine secretion - Anna Smith, USA
Gestational Exposure to Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Fetal Liver Development: Findings from the HPP-3D Study - Danielle R Stevens, USA
Literature landscape of neurodevelopment and pesticides: A scoping review of methodologies - Jennifer Elizabeth Reed, USA
Study of genotoxic and neurotoxic effects of pesticides in rural workers and residents in the state of Rio de Janeiro/Brazil - Marcia Sarpa, Brazil
Prenatal phthalate metabolites and childhood lung function in Mexico City - Cecilia S Alcala, USA
Long-term postnatal exposure to air pollution and routine vaccine antibody levels in children - Mike Z. He, USA
A Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substance Mixture Associated with Human Gut Microbiota: Novel Bayesian Hierarchical Zero-Inflated Negative Binomial Regression with G-Computation - Hailey E Hampson, USA
Prenatal exposure to SVOCs and impacts on childhood ear infections - Elizabeth Boxer, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Traditional Oral Session 10
Environmental exposure and mental health

Chairs: TBA

Associations between traffic noise and incident dementia in UK Biobank - Enock Havyarimana, UK
Accounting for Activity Space in Assessment of the Environmental Exposure and Suicide Risk - Frederick W Lurmann, USA
Early-life lead exposure is associated with cognition in late adulthood - Ruby C. Hickman, USA
Genetic susceptibility to suicide mortality and exposure to short-term air pollution - Dirga Kumar Lamichhane, USA
Drought and Despair: Investigating the Link Between Severe Weather Events and Suicide Mortality in the U.S. - Azar M Abadi, USA

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Flash Oral Session 01
Particles and perils: exploring the health impacts of particulate matter

Chairs: TBA

Interactive effects of fine particular matter and its constituents and sunshine duration on the risk of intrahepatic cholestasis of pregnancy - Yan Ting Wu, China
Prenatal fine particulate matter, maternal stress, and temperament outcomes in children from Mexico City - Laura A McGuinn, USA
Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) exposures from household air pollution and cardiovascular disease incidence across seven countries in the PURE study - Matthew Shupler, USA
Fine particulate matter from burning oil and gas and neurological symptoms among oil spill cleanup workers - Christina L. Norris, USA
Baseline associations between personal exposure to household air pollution and glycated hemoglobin among women in the HAPIN Trial - Adolphe Ndikubwimana, Rwanda
Environmental exposures and Long-COVID in a Prospective Population-Based Study in Catalonia (COVICAT study) - Manolis Kogevinas, Spain
Accelerated aging as a modifier of associations between traffic-related air pollution and blood pressure - Cavin K Ward Caviness, USA
Fine particulate matter exposure and cardiovascular disease in the Strong Heart Study - Maggie Li, USA
Particulate matter and bioactive lipid mediators: Insights into the mechanisms of the cardiovascular effects of particulate air pollution - Teng Wang, China

11:45 - 13:15

Flash Oral Session 04
Haze hazards: long-term exposure to air pollution and chronic health effects

Chairs: TBA

Airborne nanoparticle concentrations are associated with brain cancer incidence in Canada’s two largest cities - Marshall Lloyd, Canada
Fine particulate matter constituents and biological aging in adults - Cui Guo, Hong Kong
Associations between long-term exposure to PM₂.₅ components and repeated measures of cognitive function among cognitively healthy adults - Anke Huels, USA
Exposure to Air Pollution and Hippocampal Volume: Results from the Betula Project - Anna Oudin, Sweden
Estimating the Exposure-Response Function between Long-term Ozone Exposure and Under-five Child Mortality in Low- and Middle-Income Countries - Tao Xue, China
Associations between ambient PM2.5 exposure and risk of kidney, ophthalmic, and neurological complications among type 1 diabetes mellitus patients - Trenton Honda, USA
Association of long-term exposure to trace element components of fine particulate air pollution in older adults in the US - Hua Hao, USA
Associations of Long-term Exposure to Ultrafine Particles with Incident Dementia: A national cohort study in the United States - Yanling Deng, USA

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Flash Oral Session 08
Environmental Pollutants and Maternal-Child Health

Chairs: TBA

Examining the potential influences of weather factors and particulate matter pollution on adverse pregnancy outcomes in the Kavre district, Nepal - Ishwar Tiwari, Canada
Ambient air pollution and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy in Montana, USA, a rural state, 2008-2019 - Elizabeth Williams, USA
The impact of interaction between particular matter and sunshine duration on neonatal hyperbilirubinemia - Jing Jing Xu, China
Causal estimates of wildfire-generated PM2.5 exposure and stillbirth in California, 2013-2018 - Heather McBrien, USA
Air pollutants and plasma total folate among pregnant women in Canada, 2008-2011 - Tyler Smith, USA
Changes in prenatal urinary concentrations of triclocarban and triclosan following the US FDA ban in 2016: the ECHO cohorts - Adaeze C Wosu, USA
Spatiotemporal modeling of under-five mortality and associated risk factors in Ethiopia from 2000-2016 EDHS Data. - Aweke Mitku, South Africa
When Air Pollutes Life: Examining the Association of PM2.5 on Pregnancy and Fetal Development in North India - Sreevatsan Raghavan, India

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 06
Climate change, extreme temperature and health in USA

Chairs: TBA

Associations Between Temperature and Primary Care Utilization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: A Time Series Study - Janelle R Edwards, USA
The Mediation Role of Air Pollutants in The Relation between Heatwaves and Mortality - Haomin Li, USA
Grouped mixtures of air pollutants and seasonal temperature anomalies and cardiovascular hospitalizations among U.S. residents - Yaguang Wei, USA
Urban Heat Island Mapping: Using Community Science to Understand Heat Disparities and Implement Cooling Solutions in the US and Internationally - Morgan Zabow, USA
Assessing the Impact of Air Quality and Heat on Recess Physical Activity in School Children - Kari A. Weber, USA
The modifying effects of polypharmacy on heat-related kidney morbidities - Zachary H Mccann, USA
Outdoor Temperature and Dermal Nicotine Exposure in Green Tobacco Farmworkers - Marcela Tamayo Ortiz, USA
Unveiling urban heat: harnessing personal weather stations for enhanced daily mapping of heat stress across North Carolina - Eva Marques, USA
Quantifying Indoor Thermal Exposure: A Physics-based Approach for Mitigating Heat-Related Risks. - Chima Cyril Hampo, USA
Temperatures extremes and mortality during summer months in federal prisons across the United State, 2010-2021 - Kristen N Cowan, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Flash Oral Session 12
Chemical Exposures and Child Development

Chairs: TBA

Gestational air pollution (PM2.5, NO2, O3) exposure and the risk of preterm birth: a systematic review and meta-analysis - Shawn Lee, UK
Plasma mineral concentrations and fetal growth trajectories: a prospective multi-ethnic Asian cohort study - Yi Ying Ong, USA
A prospective study of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and women’s cognitive function in midlife - Azzurra Invernizzi, USA
Prenatal residential air quality and childhood neurobehavioral diseases - A nationwide birth cohort follow-up approach - Shu Li Julie Wang, Taiwan
Early life metal mixture exposure and birth outcomes - PIPA Project - Brazil - Nataly Damasceno De Figueiredo, Brazil
Auditory Behavior in children with prenatal exposure to arsenic, from a cohort study in the city of Rio de Janeiro - Moara Karoline Silveira Malheiros, Brazil
Associations among urinary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon biomarker concentrations and birth outcomes in LIFECODES - Jarrod Eaton, USA

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Flash Oral Session 02
The health co-benefits of taking action on climate change

Chairs: TBA

The Effect of Land Use, Land Cover, and Climate Change on Japanese Encephalitis Among Asian Populations: A Systematic Review - Anisha Singh, USA
Perceived Health Risk from Climate Change in the United States - Allison L Stewart, USA
Future high temperature aggravate ozone-attributable deaths and spatial variation under China's carbon neutrality scenario limiting global warming to 2℃ - Chen Chen, China
Investigating attitudes into the global warming impact of inhalers for respiratory diseases - John D Dockerty, New Zealand
Heat Impact on School Student’s Health: A Scoping Review - Neeti Rustagi, India
Role of climate change in dengue transmission in India: the future outlook - Avik Kumar Sam, India
Community-based participatory research partnership to identify and address climate change health effects in climate-sensitive subpopulations in San Francisco - Neeta Thakur, USA
Lessons From Community Heat Studies: Fostering Community-Engaged Research and Action - Maria Patricia Fabian, USA

11:45 - 13:15

Flash Oral Session 05
Green Space and Health Outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Associations of Street-View Greenspace with Incident Dementia Diagnosis in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis from 2000 to 2020 - Marcia Pescador Jimenez, USA
Epigenome-wide association study of green space and placental DNA methylation in the BiSC cohort - Sofía Aguilar Lacasaña, Spain
Associations between greenness exposure and asthma symptom score in the Constances cohort - Marine Savouré, France
Is greenspace in the eye of the beholder? Exploring perceived and objective greenspace exposure effects on mental health - Colleen E Reid, USA
Associations between greenspace patterns and mortality in six million Swiss adults: a longitudinal study - Dengkai Chi, Singapore
Differing associations between novel eye-level greenspace measures and Parkinsonian hospitalizations - Scott Delaney, USA
Street-view Greenspace and Cardiovascular Disease Incidence in a Nationwide US Prospective Cohort Study of Women from 2000-2018 - Peter James, USA

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Flash Oral Session 09
Health effects of pesticide and industrial chemical exposure

Chairs: TBA

Mixture analysis of serum organochlorine pesticides concentrations and diabetes mellitus in women from Northern Mexico - Rodrigo Ugalde Resano, Mexico
Urine glyphosate predicts changes in kidney injury biomarkers and estimated glomerular filtration rate in Mesoamerican Nephropathy Occupational Study (MANOS) - Kathryn M. Rodgers, USA
Evaluation of pesticide exposure and metabolic health indicators among adults in the agricultural community of Molina, Chile - Melissa Desantiago, USA
Effect of California's 2020 chlorpyrifos ban on urinary biomarkers of pesticide exposure in agricultural communities - Bonnie Nadyne Young, USA
The association between in-utero exposure to organophosphate esters in early and mid-pregnancy with birthweight is modified by maternal gestational diabetes - Alicia K Peterson, USA
Evaluation of Organophosphate Pesticide Biomarker Levels in Central California Agricultural Communities - Sherry D Wemott, USA
Identifying metabolic mediators between concentration of {p,p’}-DDE in visceral adipose tissue and weight loss in adolescents undergoing bariatric surgery - Zhenjiang Li, USA
Exposure to Indoor Residual Spraying Insecticides and Immune Response to Vaccines Among South African School Children From the VHEMBE Study. - Jonathan Chevrier, Canada

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Pecha Kucha Session 07
Environmental Chemicals and Health: Insights from Biomonitoring and Epidemiological Studies

Chairs: TBA

Human biomonitoring reference values and characteristics of Paraben exposure in the general Taiwanese - Jung Wei Chang, Taiwan
Associations between Disinfection Byproducts and Birth Defects: Use of Relative Potency Factors - Michael Wright, USA
Longitudinal Associations of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances with Inflammatory and Hemostatic Biomarkers: The Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation - Yundan Zhang, USA
Breast cancer is associated with mixtures of organochlorine pesticides and metals in Mexican women - Ángel Mérida Ortega, Mexico
Association of short-term exposure to ambient air pollution and weather conditions with deaths of despair among U.S. Veterans - Alina Peluso, USA
Associations of gestational diabetes mellitus with transplacental transfer ratios of various classes of environmental chemicals - Jordana Leader, USA
How well do short-term PFOA serum samples represent long-term exposure? - Scott Bartell, USA
Development of geospatial parallel processing software tool for large-scale geospatial exposure assessment - Insang Song, USA
Nickel and manganese toenail concentrations associated with distance to oil drilling site - Arbor Quist, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Flash Oral Session 13
Prenatal and post-natal exposure to air pollution and children's effects

Chairs: TBA

Early life ambient ozone exposure and the development of asthma and wheeze in children - Logan C Dearborn, USA
Exposure to ambient air pollution during early life and risk of childhood Ewing sarcoma in a California case-control study (1988-2015) - Cassandra J Clark, USA
Characterising sources of asthmatic children’s exposure to particulate matter in six Sub-Saharan African cities - Benjamin Barratt, UK
Prenatal Ambient Air Pollutant and Climatic Factors Mixture Exposure and Fetal Growth - Stefania Papatheodorou, USA
Prenatal exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and risk of neurodevelopmental delays: a national cohort study of Medicaid recipients - Marc Weisskopf , USA
Predictors of personal exposure to fine particulate matter, black carbon, and carbon monoxide among pregnant women in Rwanda - Patrick Karakwende, Rwanda
Improved outcomes in asthmatic children after exposure reduction interventions for desert dust and anthropogenic pollution: The MEDEA randomized controlled trial - Panayiotis Kouis, Cyprus

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Flash Oral Session 03
Environmental exposure and neurodegenerative diseases

Chairs: TBA

Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution and Mortality Among Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease: A Nationwide Retrospective Cohort Study in Taiwan - Peichen Lee, Taiwan
Investigation of combined environmental exposures, mental health symptoms and physical health conditions and dementia risk in a diverse US sample - Kayan A. Clarke, USA
PM2.5 and cognition changes in six US metropolitan areas: The Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Air Pollution (MESA Air) - Xinmei Huang, USA
Prenatal di-2-ethylhexyl phthalate concentrations are associated with sex-dependent changes in fetal brain structural volumes using novel third trimester brain imaging - Stephanie M Engel, USA
Associations of cumulative exposure to extreme heat and precipitation with dementia related emergency department visits in the Midwestern United States 2006-2013 - Peter S Larson, USA
Military Service and Survival with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - Ian W. Tang, USA
Chronic exposure to air pollution and cognitive outcomes in older adults - Sindana Ilango, USA
Association of prenatal pesticide exposure with plasma Aβ 42/40 ratio in midlife: evidence from the Child Health and Development Studies - Jason R Richardson, USA

11:45 - 13:15

Flash Oral Session 06
Occupational Health Risks

Chairs: TBA

Associations of Heat Exposure with Acute Kidney Injury and Kidney Function in Mexican Agricultural Workers - Rietta Wagoner, USA
Diesel exhaust and respiratory dust exposure and mortality from ischemic heart disease in the Diesel Exhaust in Miners Study II - Stella Koutros, USA
Eco Mining Project: Raising awareness and practicing clean technologies in Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining Communities in Peru - Eda Palacios, Peru
Price Too High: Injury and Assault Among Delivery Gig Workers in New York City - Zoey Laskaris, USA
Work-related factors and occupations in relation to the incidence of type 2 diabetes: an exploratory study among 274,716 Dutch workers - Tosca Oe De Crom, Netherlands
The nasal microbiome and potential carriage of zoonotic pathogens among dairy workers - Joshua Schaeffer, USA
Higher bacterial AMR risk in the Taiwanese fishing industry; retrospective cohort evidence - Erik Pieter De Jong, Taiwan

13:15 - 14:45LUNCH BREAK & GENERAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING
14:45 - 16:15

Flash Oral Session 10
Impact of Prenatal and Early Life Metal Exposure on Cognitive and Physical Health Across the Lifespan

Chairs: TBA

Urinary Metals and Cognitive Test Performance by {APOE}4 Allele Carrier Status in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) - Arce Domingo Relloso, USA
First Trimester Prenatal Metal Mixtures, Methyl Donors, and Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy in Project Viva - Ixel Hernandez-Castro, USA
Early life lead exposure associated with higher BMI in late adulthood - Joyce Jy Lin, USA
Time-varying arsenic exposure and children’s cognition at 5 years of age from the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study - Leyre Notario Barandiaran, USA
Arsenic Metabolism Associated with Subclinical Steatotic Liver Disease in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis - Huichen Wu, USA
Antenatal Depression and Metals Exposure - Patricia Pinheiro De Araujo, Brazil
Maternal Exposure to Potentially Toxic Metals and neurodevelopment of 1-year-old children: DSAN-12M birth cohort of Recôncavo Baiano, Brazil. - Homegnon Antonin Ferreol Bah, Brazil
(A)lfajor to (Z)apallo--heavy metals in foods consumed by schoolchildren from Montevideo, Uruguay, a market basket study - Katarzyna Kordas, USA

16:15 - 16:45COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:45 - 17:45

Flash Oral Session 11
Environmental epidemiology and one health: global perspectives I

Chairs: TBA

Enhancing Public Health Monitoring: Discoveries from an Extensive Wastewater-Based Epidemiology Initiative in Costa Rica - Luz Chacon Jimenez, Costa Rica
The field release of Wolbachia-infected Aedes aegypti and dengue transmission: changing effect of climate variables - Wenbiao Hu, Australia
Emerging pathogens with similarities to Clostridioides difficile and divergent toxins in pristine soils of Costa Rica - César Rodríguez, Costa Rica
One Health in the Philippines: A Review and Situational Analysis - Sary Valenzuela, Philippines
Meteorological factors, population immunity and Covid-19 incidence – A global Multi-Country Multy-City study - Denise Feurer, Italy
Weather Variability Drives the Spatiotemporal Distribution of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Brazil - Quinn H. Adams, USA

17:45 - 19:15

Flash Oral Session 14
Impact of exposure to environmental contaminants on health outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Oxidative stress as a potential mechanism linking gestational phthalate exposure to cognitive development in infancy - Stephanie Eick, USA
Racial and ethnic disparities in prenatal environmental phenol and paraben exposures in the ECHO cohorts - Michael S Bloom, USA
Polychlorinated Biphenyls and Cognitive Decline among Hispanic/Latino Adults: Effect Measure Modification by Sex, Body Mass Index, and APOE ε4 status - Humberto Parada Jr., USA
Associations of urinary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) metabolites and their mixture with thyroid hormone concentration during pregnancy:A repeated measures study - Seonyoung Park, USA
Early-life exposures to phenols, parabens and phthalates and preschool children fat mass in the SEPAGES cohort - Marion Ouidir, France
Association of prenatal urinary phthalate metabolite levels on the newborn metabolome and neurodevelopmental outcomes among African Americans - Susan Hoffman, USA
Prenatal and childhood exposure to persistent organic pollutant mixtures and cardiometabolic outcomes in young adulthood - Brenda Eskenazi, USA
The longitudinal association of prenatal and childhood exposure to bisphenol A and phthalates with emotional and behavioral problems through adolescence - Lilly Meerts, Netherlands
Levels and Determinants of Bisphenol Concentrations in Breast Milk Samples Collected from South African Mothers and Associations with Infant Growth - Basant Elsiwi, Canada

20:00 - 23:00SNRN EVENT
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15 
10:15 - 11:45Virtual Session
Europe/Africa 1
11:45 - 13:15 
13:15 - 14:45 
14:45 - 16:15Virtual Session
North America 1
16:15 - 16:45 
16:45 - 17:45 
17:45 - 19:15Virtual Session
South America 1
20:00 - 23:00 
20:00 - 21:30Virtual Session
Asia / Pacific 1
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Symposium 10
Why Countering Harmful Industry Impacts and Exposures on Health is Critical for Environmental Justice

Chairs: Tracey J Woodruff, USA & Nicholas Chartres, Australia

Industry as the 21st Century Vector of Disease - Tracey Woodruff, USA
How can the integrity of occupational and environmental health research be maintained in the presence of conflicting interests? - Lisa Bero, USA
A Case Study in Scientific Integrity: The IARC Monograph Programme Glyphosate Review - Kurt Straif, USA
Glyphosate and Chemical Regulatory Anomalies - Yogi Hendlin, The Netherlands
The science of spin: targeted strategies to manufacture doubt with detrimental effects on environmental and public health - Laura Vandenberg, USA

11:30 - 13:00

Symposium 13
TROPIC Network: A Tropical Cyclone Network for International Health and Resilience

Chairs: Robbie M. Parks, USA & Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou, USA

Evolution of global tropical cyclone exposure risk - Victoria D. Lynch, USA
Excess mortality and disease incidence following tropical cyclones in Korea - Changwoo Han, Korea
Impacts of tropical cyclones to diarrhoeal diseases in the Northwest Pacific Basin countries - Szu Yu Lin, Japan
The burden of mortality attributable to tropical cyclones and heavy rainfall events in Japan - Lisa Yamasaki, Japan
Long-term effects of tropical cyclones on community social vulnerability in the United States: A novel quasi-experimental study - Lincole Jiang, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00Symposium 15
Environmental Injustice and health disparities in global contexts
16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 08
Uncovering the health impacts of air pollution

Chairs: TBA

Indoor/Outdoor Air Quality Measurements near a Highway in Somerville, MA - Francesca Majluf, USA
GEOHealth Health Effects of Selected Environmental Exposomes Across the Life CourSe (HEALS)-India - Dorairaj Prabhakaran, India
Characterising carbon monoxide exposure in household dwellings in middle- and high-income countries – a literature review - Sarah V Williams, UK
How are air pollution and meteorological factors related to Covid-19 infections? - Leona Hoffmann, Germany
Air pollution exposure and DNA methylation of clock and clock-related genes: results from the DeprAir study - Michele Carugno, Italy
Scoping Review on Health Effects of Air Pollution in East Africa - Pallavi Pant, USA
Health benefits of air pollution control policies targeting mobile vehicles and electricity generating units - Haisu Zhang, USA
Knowledge and practices related to Ambient Air Pollution in an urban population in the Capital City of India - Harshal Ramesh Salve, India
Estimating global trends of air pollution, air pollution-attributable disease burdens, and CO2 emissions in 13,000 cities using large geospatial datasets - Soo-Yeon Kim, USA
Evaluation of the performance of a passive air sampling technique to measure current-use pesticides in a tropical environment - Karla Solano, Costa Rica

17:30 - 19:00

Symposium 17
Stories of Policy Success: Real Examples of Inspiring Science-based Air Quality and Climate Action Around the World

Chairs: Hanna Boogaard, USA & Ebba Malmqvist, Sweden

Taking Stock of the Revision to the Ambient Air Quality Directives in Europe - Barbara Hoffmann, Germany
The USA Outlook on Air Quality Action – from Science to Policy - Mary Rice, USA
Pursuit of Clean Air in India - Pallavi Pant, USA
Opportunities for Promoting Integrated Action on Air Pollution and Climate Change in Africa - Evelyne Touré, Cote d'Ivoire
Clean Air and Climate in Chile and beyond: Protecting the Most Susceptible and Vulnerable Populations - María Elisa Quinteros Cáceres, Chile

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45J. GOLDSMITH AWARD LECTURE
08:45 - 09:30Keynote Lecture 3
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Symposium 11
Wood heaters – assessing health impacts, environmental justice, and sustainable development implications

Chairs: Sotiris Vardoulakis, Australia & Geoffrey Morgan, Australia

It takes a village: Big data and community science to support local action on residential woodsmoke in Canada - Sarah Henderson, Canada
The health burden of residential wood heating in Australia, a health impact assessment - Nicolas Borchers Arriagada, Australia
Residential wood burning in Southern Chile: a perinatal health study in Temuco - Estela Blanco, Chile
Residential wood smoke exposure and hypertension in the Helsinki Capital Region, Finland - Enembe Okokon , Australia
Reducing exposure to residential wood smoke in Australia: health equity, environmental justice, and implementation challenges and opportunities - Sotiris Vardoulakis, Australia

11:30 - 13:00

Symposium 14
Exploring Methodologies and Applications of Multicentric Epidemiological Studies in Environmental Health: Lessons and Insights

Chairs: Manolis Kogevinas, Spain & Jennifer L. Peel, USA

Design issues in observational multicentric studies - Manolis Kogevinas, Spain
Multicentric environmental health intervention trials: insights from the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network (HAPIN) trial - Jennifer L. Peel, USA
Biomarker data in multicentric cohort studies: insights from European early-life exposome projects - Martine Vrijheid , Spain
The Multi-Country Multi-City (MCC) Collaborative Research Network: novel study designs and methodological advancements for multicentric studies - Antonio Gasparrini, UK
CIDACS-Clima Platform: A resource to study the environment, climate and health in Brazil - Mauricio Barreto , Brazil

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Symposium 16
Pesticides and Health in Latin America: Investigating novel insights into neurobehavior and birth outcomes within the context of impacted communities.

Chairs: Jose Ricardo Suarez-Lopez, USA & María Teresa Muñoz-Quezada, Chile

Pesticide Exposure and Children’s Neurodevelopment at Five and Six Years in the ISA Birth Cohort Costa Rica - L. Diego Conejo-Bolaños, Costa Rica
Pesticide Exposure and Pregnancy Outcomes Among Women Living in the Brazilian Amazon - Rafael Buralli, Brazil
Pesticide Exposure and Neurobehavioral Performance across various Agricultural Spray Seasons in Ecuador, and implementation of Agroecological Production Alternatives - Dolores Lopez-Paredes, Ecuador
Pesticide Exposure and Neurophysiological and Neurobehavioral Effects in Chilean Rural Communities: Health Impacts and Challenges from Scientific Evidence” - Boris Lucero Mondaca, Chile

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 09
Chemical exposures and health outcomes II

Chairs: TBA

Unraveling chemical exposures in household dust and their impact on children's health - Paula Marcineková, Czech Republic
A case-control study of early-life residential exposure to perchloroethylene and risks of childhood leukemia and congenital anomalies - Mark P. Purdue, USA
Associations of gestational phthalate and phenol exposure with infant cognition - Nicholas G. Cragoe, USA
Respiratory Changes in Children Exposed to Mining Waste Dust in Brumadinho, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Bruminha Project - Ana Paula Natividade de Oliveira , Brazil
Returning chemical exposure results to women in environmental justice communities: involving clinicians to improve outcomes. - Nobel O Hernández Otero, USA
Chemical exposomics in plasma from Swedish women and associations with breast cancer risk factors - Jessica Edlund, Sweden
Association between exposure to chemical mixtures and epigenetic ageing biomarkers: modifying effects of thyroid hormones and physical activity - Wanying Shi, China
Genome-wide DNA methylation profiles and breast cancer among WTC survivors - Stephanie Tuminello, USA
Metabolism-Disrupting Chemical Mixtures in Pregnancy, Folic Acid Supplementation, and Liver Injury in Mother-Child Pairs - Sandra India Aldana, USA
Lipophilic Persistent Organic Pollutant and Percentage Changes of Blood Pressure Five Years after Bariatric Surgery among Adolescents: A Mixtures Approach - Shudi Pan, USA

17:30 - 19:00Symposium 18
10 years after the IARC Monograph: What do we know now about air pollution as a carcinogen?
20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Symposium 12
Occurrence and Health Impacts on Exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs)

Chairs: Po-Chin Huang, Taiwan & Shoji F. Nakayama, Japan

Occurrence and Temporal Changes of Emerging and Legacy Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in the General Population of Taiwan and East-Asian After 2013 - Po-Chin Huang, Taiwan
The role of angiotensin I-converting enzyme and apolipoprotein E gene polymorphism in the positive association between PFAS exposure and lipid profiles in a young Taiwanese population - Chien-Yu Lin, Taiwan
Positive association between per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances exposure and lipid profiles in a young Taiwanese population: a prospective cohort study - Ta-Chen Su, Taiwan
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and children’s health in JECS - Shoji F. Nakayama, Japan

11:30 - 13:00

Traditional Oral Session 15
Health Impacts of Chemical Exposure: From Vulnerable Populations to Global Concerns

Chairs: TBA

Social and Environmental Injustice of Plastic Pollution: Report of the Minderoo-Monaco Commission on Plastics and Human Health - Adetoun Mustapha, Nigeria
Serum concentrations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and risk of renal cell carcinoma: Recent findings from prospective cohorts - Jonathan N Hofmann, USA
Association between PFAS and inflammation biomarkers among U.S adolescents - Chan Li, USA
Loss of Cognitive Function in Mexican children due to lead exposure and the associated economic costs - Jose Luis Figueroa, Mexico
Social vulnerability and cadmium's impact on cognition among older adults in the United States National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey - Laura C. Arboleda Merino, USA
Exposure to uncommon industrial toxicants in an environmental justice community in coastal GA, USA - Noah Scovronick, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Traditional Oral Session 17
Temperature variability and health effects

Chairs: TBA

Set when the sun rises, rise when the sun sets: Climate change adaptive strategies of small holder farmers in Vietnam - Miranda Dally, USA
Subnational analysis of the burden of mortality attributable to non-optimal temperature in Colombia, 2010-2019 - Rodrigo Sarmiento Suarez, Spain
Children’s Cardiovascular Health in a Changing Climate: Associations of Prenatal Heat Stress and Nature-Based Adaptation Features with Child Blood Pressure - Shohreh F Farzan, USA
Mortality burden from Heat and extreme heat exposure in Chile, 1990-2017 - Luis Cifuentes, Chile
Urban Heat Islands, Heatwaves and Implications for Human Wellbeing: A Comparative Analysis across Middle East and North Africa (MENA) - Kenza Khomsi, Morocco
Spatial patterns of heat exposure and child hospital admissions in Aotearoa New Zealand - Hakkan Lai, New Zealand

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 10
Climate change, temperature variations and health effects

Chairs: TBA

Higher temperatures are associated with lower birthweight in Bangladesh - Elizabeth Ludwig Borycz, USA
Residential green space and summer heat stress: a repeated cross-sectional study - Eva Beele, Belgium
Association between Climatic Factors and Pregnancy Loss - Aashna Pranav Shah, USA
Examination of the association between temperature variability and cardiovascular and respiratory mortality in South Africa, 2006–2016 - Malebo Makunyane, South Africa
Estimating excess mortality during heat waves using a causal inference framework and non-randomized time series - Marie Abele Bind, France
Heat-related deaths in England and Wales: contributions of climate change and vulnerability - Kai Wan, UK
Body Mass Index as Effect Modifier of Heatwave and Cold Spell Mortalities: Longitudinal Study in China - Di Xi, China
DLNMs, extreme heat and the risk of mortality in the 27 State Brazilian Capitals - Alindomar Lacerda Silva, USA
Heat-related mortality in Mexico: A multi-scale perspective on health effects and vulnerability to extreme heat over space - Lara Schwarz, USA
Projections of the Future Heat Health Burden: The Influence of Climate, Socioeconomic and Demographic Change - Rebecca Cole, UK

17:30 - 19:00

Traditional Oral Session 20
Community-Driven Approaches to Environmental Justice

Chairs: TBA

Principles for Robust Cumulative Risk Assessment - Jessica Trowbridge, USA
Promotion of environmental health literacy through culturally competent educational materials - Chrystal M Galán Rivera, USA
Cold and costly to sweaty and stressed: how an NGO-led citizen science project measures indoor temperature to advocate for change - Adelle Mansour, Australia
Implementing community-based participatory research for environmental justice: Insights from the West London Healthy Home and Environment study - Munira Suleiman Elmi, UK
Hair Care Product Exposure Among Pregnant Women of Color in New York City: Feasibility of a Mixed-Methods Educational Intervention Study - Jasmine A Mcdonald, USA
Two-way community engagement in environmental (in)justice research: lessons learned from northwest Indiana, USA - Ellen M Wells, USA

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Traditional Oral Session 11
Climate change and disparities

Chairs: TBA

Are frail populations more vulnerable to temperature-related mortality? The case of Sweden, 2001-2020 - Risto Conte Keivabu, Germany
Health risks from non-optimal temperatures in different populations and regions in China: tailored intervention strategies are needed - Yonghong Li, China
Amplified Harm: LGBTQ+ Disaster Displacement - Jessica Geiger, USA
Identifying areas prone to climate hazards among older adults with electricity-dependent medical equipment in the United States: a geospatial analysis - Yun Ting Yen, USA
Disparities of Electronic Vehicle Adoption in California and Urban Gentrification: A Community Dialogue Informed Approach - Erika Garcia, USA
Sickle cell, thalassemia, and heat - an environmental justice concern: results from a pilot study using California hospitalization records, 1999-2019 - Dharshani Pearson, USA

11:30 - 13:00

Traditional Oral Session 16
Impact of pesticide exposure: from developmental neurobehavior to cardiovascular health

Chairs: TBA

Interrelationships of Prenatal Pyrethroid Exposure, Placental Gene Network Modules, and Neonatal Neurobehavior - Yewei Wang, USA
Association of Prenatal Pesticide Exposure with Measures of Cognitive Performance in Midlife: Evidence from the Child Health and Development Studies - Pam Factor Litvak, USA
Assessment of associations between exposure to pesticide mixtures and neurobehavioral outcomes in Ugandan farmers employing state-of-the-art multi-pollutant models - Anouk Petitpierre, Switzerland
Urinary Glyphosate and mortality in the 2013-2016 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) - Emanuela Taioli, USA
Effects of pesticides on cardiovascular health assessed through heart rate variability: a systematic review - María Victoria Rodríguez Contreras, Chile
Associations between Pesticide Metabolites and Inflammatory Biomarkers in Adolescents and Children Living in an Agricultural Region - Mohammed Nour Hussari, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Traditional Oral Session 18
Methods in Modeling for environmental epidemiology and exposure assessment

Chairs: TBA

Modeling time-varying dispersion to improve estimation of the short-term health effect of environmental exposure in a time-series design - Danlu Zhang, USA
Modeling joint health effects of temperature and air pollution mixtures using Bayesian regression tree ensembles - Jacob Englert, USA
Distributed Lag Models for Estimating Acute Effects of Mixed Environmental Exposures in the Case-crossover Design - Yue Zhang, USA
Assessing the impact of air pollution and temperature on population health: a question of effect modification or interaction? - Michela Baccini, Italy
Unbiased temperature-mortality estimates using weekly and monthly health data - Joan Ballester, Spain
Improved Selection of Pairwise Interaction Effects via Automated Calibration of Hierarchical Group-LASSO Regularization in a Stability Selection Framework. - Ruben Julius Colindres Zuehlke, UK

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 11
Old pollutants, new boundaries: expanding the knowledge on air pollution and health

Chairs: TBA

Associations Between Experiences of Discrimination, Socioeconomic and Racial Polarization, and Birth Outcomes in the Atlanta African American Maternal Child Cohort - Jasmin A Eatman, USA
The Effect of Coke Plant Shutdown on Air Pollution: An Interrupted Time Series Analysis of Source-Apportioned PM2.5 - Wuyue Yu, USA
Gene-environment interaction between exposure to smoky coal combustion and a polygenic risk score with the risk of lung cancer - Batel Blechter, USA
A history of environmental injustice: segregation and air pollution in 1940 and 2010 in the United States - Jenni A Shearston, USA
Chemical characterization and source identification of indoor PM2.5 in urban and rural households in India - Jyothi S Menon, India
Botanical Impact on Air Quality: Analyzing Particulate Matter Filtration by Plants and Health Effects - Robert Popek, Poland
Modification effects of fish oil supplementation on the association between ozone and arterial stiffness - Xiaochuan Pan , China
Patterns of health by gender in a "zone of sacrifice": social and environmental factors for chronic diseases in Coronel, Chile - Sandra Cortés, Chile
Household air pollution exposure assessment using low-cost air monitors: results from a large prospective cohort (HEALS-AIR) study in Bangladesh. - Saira Tasmin, USA
Use of satellite data to increase public health advisories for poor air quality in the sugarcane growing region of Florida - Laura C Myers, USA

17:30 - 19:00

Traditional Oral Session 21
Environmental and planetary health insights

Chairs: TBA

Epidemiological situation of melioidosis with economic characteristics and health service influence, Thailand, 2016-2020 - Patcharaporn Dejburum, Thailand
Anthropogenic origin pollutants shape microbial metabolites in an alpine soil, Romania - Emoke Dalma Kovacs, Romania
Association of Biodiversity and Greenness with Cardiovascular Disease Incidence in a Nationwide US Prospective Cohort Study of Women (1988–2018) - Charlotte Roscoe, USA
Land use impact on soil microbial community in Continental Transylvania (Romania) - Melinda Haydee Kovacs, Romania
Health and environmental impacts of reducing animal-source foods in diet, comparing dietary distances from reference diets in EPIC - Lorenzo Mangone, UK
Does intermittent water supply influence beverage consumption patterns among adolescents and adults in Mexico? A nationally representative, cross-sectional analysis - Juan Carlos Figueroa, USA

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Traditional Oral Session 12
Respiratory health and environmental exposures I

Chairs: TBA

Air pollution, genetic susceptibility and risk of progression from asthma to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease - Yutong Samuel Cai, UK
Meteorological associations of maximum temperature on airway obstruction in elderly German women - Ashtyn Tracey Areal, Germany
Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution and Lower Respiratory Infection in Adults: Evidence From Over 16-Years' Follow-Up for Danish National Cohort - Jiawei Zhang, Denmark
Association of air pollution sources and the prevalence of asthma and allergic rhinoconjunctivitis among preschool children in South Africa - Mandla Freddy Bhuda, South Africa
Traffic emissions and greenspace exposure and associations with respiratory outcomes among urban children and adolescents in India - Sowmya Malamardi, Australia
Mediation of immunological markers in the association between per- and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) and respiratory outcomes among Inuit adults - Amira M Aker, Canada

11:30 - 13:00

Flash Oral Session 16
Unveleing the links between short-term exposure to air pollution and health effects

Chairs: TBA

Short-term association of oxidative stress and inflammation with personal exposure to ozone: A pilot study - Iván Yassmany Hernández Paniagua, Mexico
Effects of Air Pollution on Pediatric Incident Seizure: A Case-crossover Analysis - Junfeng (jim) Zhang, USA
Short-term exposure to ultrafine particles and respiratory infection hospital admissions in children - Marie Bergmann, Denmark
The association between the Daily Air Quality Index, inhaler prescriptions and mortality following Guy Fawkes Night celebrations in the UK - Laura J Horsfall, UK
Particulate Matter induces Renal Inflammation, Oxidative Stress and Fibrosis in Animal Model of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) - Duk Hee Kang, South Korea
Maternal exposure to air pollution and risk of stillbirth in São Paulo, Brazil - Results from the FetRisks case-control study - Rafael Buralli, Brazil
Changes in PM2.5 toxicity in three large US cities during 2005-2019 - Stefanie Ebelt, USA
Modification of the Association Between PM2.5 and Heart Rate by β-Blocker Prescription Among Heart Failure Patients - Morgan Narain, USA
Characterizing air and noise pollution in elementary schools in Accra, Ghana - Raphael Edem Arku, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Traditional Oral Session 19
Environmental epidemiology and one health: global perspectives II

Chairs: TBA

Modeling time-varying dispersion to improve estimation of the short-term health effect of environmental exposure in a time-series design - Danlu Zhang, USA
Modeling joint health effects of temperature and air pollution mixtures using Bayesian regression tree ensembles - Jacob Englert, USA
Distributed Lag Models for Estimating Acute Effects of Mixed Environmental Exposures in the Case-crossover Design - Yue Zhang, USA
Assessing the impact of air pollution and temperature on population health: a question of effect modification or interaction? - Michela Baccini, Italy
Unbiased temperature-mortality estimates using weekly and monthly health data - Joan Ballester, Spain
Improved Selection of Pairwise Interaction Effects via Automated Calibration of Hierarchical Group-LASSO Regularization in a Stability Selection Framework. - Ruben Julius Colindres Zuehlke, UK

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 12
Urban drivers of environmental exposure disparities

Chairs: TBA

Simulating desegregation through affordable housing development: an environmental health impact assessment of Connecticut zoning law - Daniel Carrión, USA
Tenant Reports of Poor Housing Conditions Are Associated with Neighborhood Rate of Childhood Asthma Emergency Department Visits in Boston, MA - Sophia S Carryl, USA
Indoor mould and population health: estimating the costs in Australia - Rebecca Bentley, Australia
Environmental exposures and residential mobility among Hispanic and non-Hispanic White families in California - Anmol Anand Pardeshi, USA
Blackouts in Massachusetts, 2013 to 2022: Exposure Description and Environmental Justice - Amruta Nori-Sarma, USA
PM2.5 exposure disparities persist despite strict vehicle emissions controls in California - Libby H. Koolik, USA
Body dissatisfaction widens the racial disparities of Benzophenone-3, a chemical biomarker of personal care and consumer product usage - Vy Kim Nguyen, USA
Roads to Environmental Health Disparities: Unveiling the Effects of Early Life Stress on the Acute Inflammatory Response to Traffic Pollution - Hector Alfonso Olvera Alvarez, USA
Strengthening the Consideration of Social Susceptibility/Vulnerability in Human Health Risk Assessment: Data and Methodological Needs - Onyemaechi Nweke, USA
Systematic evidence maps of psychosocial stressors, environmental exposures, and cardiovascular diseases to inform health disparities research and action - Ruth M Lunn, USA

17:30 - 19:00

Flash Oral Session 24
Modeling and predicting on air pollution and health effects

Chairs: TBA

Number of samples needed to estimate long-term household air pollution - Kyle Steenland, USA
WellHome: A Community-Based Study for Investigating Indoor Air Pollution in an Urban Community in London, England. - Diana Varaden, UK
Assessing atmospheric pollution concentrations in Mexico for chronic exposure models: a remote sensing approach - J. Miguel Salazar, Mexico
Advancing Air Quality Prediction: An Evaluation of WRF Model Configurations and Their Impact on Meteorological Parameters in Hungary - Houria Bouzghiba, Hungary
Multinational modelling of fine particulate matter and carbon monoxide exposures from household air pollution in peri-urban Sub-Saharan Africa - Matthew Shupler, UK
Confounding in long-term air pollution epidemiology: a UK Biobank study - Jacopo Vanoli, Japan
A simulation study analyzing the impact of differential exposure measurement error of air pollution on preterm birth - Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou, USA
Machine Learning Methods for Source Characterization of Ambient Ultrafine Particles in an Urban Community - Sean C Mueller, USA
Estimation of 15 Particulate Matter Components in the U.S. from 2000-2019 using 3-Stage Ensemble of Machine Learning Models - Bryan N. Vu, USA

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Traditional Oral Session 13
Prenatal exposure and neurodevelopmental outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Associations between mixtures of placental PFAS levels and neurodevelopmental outcomes at 12 and 24 months of age in Arkansas, US - Neha Sehgal, USA
Prenatal exposure to a metal mixture and sleep disturbance in preschool-aged children - Francheska M. Merced Nieves, USA
Exposure to air pollutants on maternal internal exposome during pregnancy and its impact on the child neurodevelopment at first year. - Jonatan Alejandro Mendoza Ortega, Mexico
Association of early life exposure to cold and heat with brain white matter microstructure at age 9-12 years - Monica Guxens, Spain
Prenatal exposure to metals and metalloids and child neurodevelopment outcomes in Puerto Rico - Savannah M. Sturla Irizarry, USA
Prenatal chlorpyrifos and pyrethroid exposure and children’s cortical brain activation in the ISA birth cohort, Costa Rica: an exploratory study - Berna Van Wendel De Joode, Costa Rica

11:30 - 13:00

Flash Oral Session 17
Health impacts of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) exposure

Chairs: TBA

Cross-sectional associations between prenatal maternal per-/poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and bioactive lipids in three Environmental influences on Child Health Outcomes cohorts - Himal Sunil Suthar, USA
Association between prenatal plasma concentrations of perfluoroalkyl substances and long-term maternal metabolic health - Jana Palaniyandi, Canada
Pharmacokinetic (PK) modeling of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) exposure among children in the general population - Yerin Jung, USA
Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Substances is Associated with Longitudinal Changes in Adiposity in a Hispanic Adolescent Cohort - Emily Beglarian, USA
Determinants of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Exposure among Wisconsin Residents - Rachel Pomazal, USA
Predictors and temporal trends of maternal plasma per and poly-fluoroalkyl substances at delivery: Boston Birth Cohort, 1998-2016 - Giehae Choi, USA
Investigating trace concentrations of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in London drinking water - Alexandra Kate Richardson, UK
Placental DNA methylation levels associated with individual and mixtures of PFAS in healthy human pregnancies - Todd Everson, USA
PFHpA alters lipid metabolism and increases the risk of metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease (MASLD) in youth—a translational research framework - Brittney Olivia Baumert, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Flash Oral Session 20
Wildfires, air pollution, and health impacts - from understanding to acting

Chairs: TBA

The prolonged impact of a one-day wildfire on community health: Findings from the 2023 Gangneung wildfire in Korea - Changwoo Han, South Korea
Associations between wildfire smoke PM2.5 and respiratory emergency department (ED) visits in the Western United States, 2007 to 2018 - Wenhao Wang, USA
Wildfire-Induced Shifts in PM2.5 Speciation Across the Contiguous US and Southern Canada - Zhihao Jin, USA
Climate Resiliency in Action: Building Community Resilience To Reduce Wildfire Smoke Exposure in British Columbia, Canada - Ravneet Mundi, Canada
Prenatal Wildfire Smoke Exposure and Child Neurodevelopmental and Behavioral Outcomes - Rebecca J Schmidt, USA
Climate Vulnerability Modifies Fetal Growth with Heat Stress and Wildfire Smoke Exposure during Preconception and Pregnancy - Roxana Khalili, USA
Long-term exposure to wildfire smoke PM2.5 and mortality in the contiguous United States - Yiqun Ma, USA
Impact of Wildfire Smoke on Pediatric Asthma Hospital and Emergency Department Visits in Northern California - Rebecca A. Sugrue, USA
Modelling the mortality burden attributable to future fire-related PM2.5 for Paraguay under CMIP6 climate projections - Nicolas Borchers Arriagada, Australia

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Pecha Kucha Session 13
Food contamination and health risks

Chairs: TBA

Spatio-temporal modeling of aflatoxin contamination in Texas corn and liver cancer incidence - Sean Gregory Young, USA
Big data and machine learning-based nutritional and health assessment of dietary patterns - Teresa Rebelo, Denmark
Human milk and environmental pollutants: exploratory study in a maternity in Rio de Janeiro - Laís Araújo Da Silva, Brazil
Association between food insecurity and colorectal cancer screening using the New York State Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) - Tara Ivic Pavlicic, USA
Food insecurity and social vulnerability in children affected by an environmental disaster - Maíra Lopes Mazoto, Brazil
Reverse-Engineered Exclusive Enteral Nutrition As Induction Therapy In Pediatric Crohn’s Disease: Effects on Systemic Immunity and Environmental Toxin Exposure - Elizabeth Alexandra Reznikov, USA
Risk factors for enteric diseases transmission through street vended juices: Assessment from empirical data in La Paz, Bolivia - Freddy Soria, Bolivia
Mycotoxin exposure and their potential risk in the Maule Cohort (MAUCO), Chile. - Claudia Foerster, Chile

17:30 - 19:00

Flash Oral Session 25
Climate change and health outcomes

Chairs: TBA

The nexus of drought, extreme heat, and intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries - Pin Wang, USA
Examining the effects of power outages on cardiovascular hospitalizations among Medicare enrollees in New York State, 2007-2008 - Vivian Do, USA
Short-term exposure to relative humidity and lung health in early adolescents - Nicholas J Nassikas, USA
Ultraviolet radiation and systemic lupus erythematosus: combining evidence from mendelian randomization with a time series distributed lag non-liner model - Ruixue Leng, China
Compounding Disasters, Reproductive Health Outcomes and Colonialism: Analysis from Puerto Rico, Texas and Florida, 2017-2022 - Mislael A. Valentin Cortes, USA
A novel application of Standard Precipitation Index estimates to identify climate-related mortality risks in the Agricultural Health Study - Richard V Remigio, USA
Coccidioidomycosis seasonality in California: climate determinants and spatiotemporal variability of seasonal dynamics, 2000-2021 - Alexandra K Heaney, USA
Associations between local 30-day averages of weather variables and notifications of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli in Aotearoa New Zealand 2010-2019 - Farnaz Pourzand, New Zealand

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Traditional Oral Session 14
Chemical Exposures and Cancer Incidence

Chairs: TBA

Decoding Chemical Exposome of a Typical Regionally Prevalent Disease: Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma in North China - Shenxi Deng, Hong Kong
Dose response analysis of protracted absorbed organ dose and site-specific cancer incidence in Sweden after the Chernobyl accident - Martin Tondel, Sweden
Spatial Distribution of PFAS-Contaminated Public Water Systems and Incidence of Kidney and Thyroid Cancer - Resa M Jones, USA
Metabolomics signatures of air pollution mixtures and lung cancer risk: Large-Scale Metabolome-Wide Association Study in the Cancer Prevention Study Cohorts - Sabrina S. Chow, USA
Serum concentrations of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and risk of ovarian cancer - Rena R. Jones, USA
Maternal serum concentrations of persistent organic pollutants and childhood leukemia among offspring in the Finnish Maternity Cohort - Mary H Ward, USA

11:30 - 13:00

Flash Oral Session 18
Prenatal Exposures and Neonatal Outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Maternal Exposure to Submicronic Particulate Matter (PM1) and Risk of Birth Defects in Shanghai, China - Cheng Li, China
Association of Preconception Air Pollution Exposure with Growth Trajectory in Children - Zhanghua Chen , USA
Pesticide exposure during pregnancy and risk of early onset asthma and wheeze in the offspring - Torben Sigsgaard, Denmark
Prenatal exposure to phenols and fetal growth across pregnancy - Paige Bommarito, USA
Gestational phthalate exposure and mitochondrial DNA copy number - Tessa R. Bloomquist, USA
Association of stillbirths and preterm birth with wildfires in Sydney, Australia between 2010 and 2020 - Tanya Singh, Australia
Prenatal Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) and Oxidative Stress: Evidence from the LIFECODES Study - Ram Siwakoti, USA
Prenatal urinary mycoestrogen exposure and birthweight in the TIDES pregnancy cohort - Zorimar Rivera Núñez, USA
Agricultural Pesticide Exposures During Preconception and Pregnancy and Associations With Apgar Scores - Audrey R. Yang, USA

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Flash Oral Session 21
Health Impacts of PFAS Exposure

Chairs: TBA

Blood lipid levels and exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), phthalates and DINCH in Slovak adolescents - Lucia Fabelova, Slovakia
Gestational per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance mixtures in association with birth size and postnatal growth: The New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study - Megan Romano, USA
Associations Between PFAS and Longitudinal Changes in Insulin Sensitivity in Adolescents - Elizabeth Costello, USA
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in drinking water and mortality across the United States counties - Karen Stephanie Valladares, USA
Exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances and inflammatory bowel disease: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis - Celina Nicole Phillipson, USA
Association of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances with Bilirubin during Pregnancy - Kaitlin R Taibl, USA
PFAS exposures during pregnancy are associated with infant growth and development during the first 2 years of life - Aline Andres, USA
Poly- and Perfluoroalkyl Substances are Associated with the Composition of Human Milk - Nathan Young, USA

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30SNRN Session 1
17:30 - 19:00

Flash Oral Session 26
Advances in exposure assessment methods

Chairs: TBA

Deciduous teeth from the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study: Early life environmental and dietary predictors of dentin elements - Julia Anglen Bauer, USA
Co-occurrence of public safety power shutoffs and ambient heat in California, USA - Kate Burrows, USA
Residential proximity to sugarcane fields and kidney function among Nicaraguan youth - Samantha M Hall, USA
Two Tools for Including the Indoor Environment in Environmental Epidemiological Evaluations - Carl Grimes, USA
Multi-toxicant measurements of dried blood spots using x-ray fluorescence - Aaron James Specht, USA
Arsenic Exposure Assessment: Method Development and Application in Rural Populations - Valery Bühl, Uruguay
Modeling associations between household energy use and ambient PM2.5 levels using low-cost sensors in rural Tamil Nadu, India - Rashmi Krishnan, USA
Evaluation of Pesticide Exposure Assessment Strategies in Agriculture Adjacent Communities - Grant Erlandson, USA
Health Risk Assessment in Children Occupationally and Para-Occupationally Exposed to Benzene Using a Reverse-Translation PBPK Model - Kristal Regina Pech, Mexico

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:00 - 11:30

Flash Oral Session 15
Water pollution: modern challenges

Chairs: TBA

River plasmidome diversity increases with urban associated pollution in the Virilla River in Costa Rica - Kenia Barrantes Jiménez, Costa Rica
Human Oral Exposure to Nano- and Microplastics and Plastic Additives in Barcelona, Spain: a series of single-case studies - Emma Calikanzaros, Spain
Prenatal exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) via water contamination and risk of childhood cancers in California, 2000-2015 - Natalie Rose Binczewski, USA
Overview of systematic reviews and exposure-response functions on nitrate in drinking water and colorectal cancer - Jörg Schullehner, Denmark
Associations between urinary perchlorate and thyroid health outcomes in Yuma County, Arizona - Jenna K. Honan, USA
Per and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Concentrations in Serum and Drinking Water in Pregnant Women from the Greater Cincinnati HOME Study - Shelley Ehrlich, USA
Prevalence and determinants for antimicrobial resistance in drinking water in rural Cajamarca, Peru, analysis of a one-year home-based intervention - Maria Luisa Medina Pizzali, Peru
Risk Perceptions and Behaviours of Beachgoers toward Recreational Water Quality in Canada: A Qualitative Study - Binyam Negussie Desta, Canada
Assessing Drought Impacts on Water Resources and Metal Exposure in a Rural Community: A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach. - Katherine A James, USA

11:30 - 13:00

Flash Oral Session 19
Advanced methods for environmental epidemiology

Chairs: TBA

Enhancement of low-resolution MRI contrast using super resolution for environmental neuroepidemiology - Jasmine D Cakmak, Canada
Community Mini-Grants Related to Social Determinants of Health Affected by COVID-19 in Puerto Rico - Ana C Guzzi Vasques, Puerto Rico
Examining Energy Insecurity in New York City Through StreetTalk: A Novel Street Intercept Interview Method for Rapid Social Media Dissemination - Nadav L Sprague, USA
International Research Collaboration Challenges in the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Trial - Managing Ethical, Community, and Logistical Considerations - Shirin Jabbarzadeh, USA
Georeferenced community information system: a planning and research tool for economic, social, cultural and environmental determinants of health in Ecuador. - Jose Suarez Torres, Ecuador
The impact of recall bias on the association between talc and ovarian cancer in case-control studies - Denali N Boon, USA
Maximising research in environmental epidemiology using large cohorts such as UK Biobank – opportunities and pitfalls - Anna Hansell, UK
Evolution and characteristics of studies estimating attributable mortality to second-hand smoke: a systematic review - Leonor Varela, Spain

13:00 - 14:30LUNCH BREAK / COMMITTEES FAIR
14:30 - 16:00

Flash Oral Session 22
Characterization of internal and external exposome

Chairs: TBA

An environment-wide association study of chemical exposures and all-cause mortality in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999-2018 - Erika Walker, USA
Characterizing the heat stress and air pollution exposome to assess acute kidney injury in NYC runners - Nicholas B Defelice, USA
Associations between multiple environmental exposures and sleep duration and quality in the Nurses’ Health Study 3 - Cindy R. Hu, USA
Metallomic insights into interstitial lung disease pathogenesis - Young Mi Go, USA
New insights about genetic polymorphisms associated with metal metabolism: a systematic review - Rafaela Soares Senra Da Costa, Brazil
Defining a long COVID ‘expotype’ within the P4O2 COVID-19 study - Judith Holtjer, Netherlands
Exploratory Untargeted Metabolomics Analysis Reveals Differences in Metabolite Profiles Related to E-cigarette Exposure During Pregnancy in the NYU CHES Cohort - Haleigh Cavalier, USA
Mapping the maternal metabolome and internal exposome to identify biomarkers of preterm and early term birth among African Americans - Youran Tan, USA
The influence of legally prescribed and local pharmacy supplied opioids on small area suicide rates. - Douglas S Tharp, USA

16:00 - 16:30COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:30 - 17:30

Flash Oral Session 23
Environmental Noise and Health

Chairs: TBA

Environmental noise exposure effect on cortisol levels in children from seven European birth cohorts: preliminary results - Ane Arregi, Spain
Transportation noise and cognitive functioning among older adults in the Chicago Health and Aging Project - Stephanie T Grady, USA
Measurement and analysis of intra-urban environmental noise in Melbourne, Australia - Rachel Tham, Australia
Associations of road traffic noise, air pollutants and temperature with the prevalence of mental disorders: the Taiwan biobank-based study - Ta Yuan Chang, Taiwan
Effects of combined exposure to railway vibration and noise on severe annoyance - Jurriaan Hoekstra, Netherlands

17:30 - 19:00

Flash Oral Session 27
Health impact of metal exposures

Chairs: TBA

The association of blood lead with cardiovascular disease incidence and mortality in the Strong Heart Study - Wil Lieberman Cribbin, USA
Lead exposures and case surveillance of children in England 2021-2023 - Neelam Iqbal, UK
Circulating metals, leukocyte miRNAs and cardiovascular effects: Potential role of inflammatory and immune-related pathways - Wending Li, USA
Prenatal exposure to metals and infant growth trajectories in a rural U.S. pregnancy cohort - Caitlin G Howe, USA
Halved mortality after reducing arsenic exposure in Bangladesh: a prospective cohort study with more than 20 years of follow-up - Yu Chen, USA
Prenatal exposure to metals and neurodevelopment outcomes in 1-year-old children living in an urban area - PIPA Project Brazil - Monica Seefelder De Assis Araujo, Brazil
Racial/ethnic, socioeconomic, and acculturation disparities in exposure to contaminant metals among US adults - Molly E Schwalb, USA
Analyzing the Joint Association of Early-life Ambient Cadmium and Elevated Blood Lead on Children's Test Scores Using Linked Data - Jeanette A Stingone, USA
Alterations of Arsenic Methylation Among Young Chinese Adults on a Wheat Diet Followed by a Rice Diet - Jingyu Liu, China

20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
06:00 - 07:30Virtual Session
Asia / Pacific 2
08:00 - 08:45 
08:45 - 09:30 
09:30 - 10:00 
10:00 - 11:30Virtual Session
Europe/Africa 2
11:30 - 13:00 
13:00 - 14:30 
14:30 - 16:00Virtual Session
North America 2
16:00 - 16:30 
16:30 - 17:30 
17:30 - 19:00Virtual Session
South America 2
20:00 - 23:00CONFERENCE DINNER
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 19
Environmental justice, climate change and workers’ health – what are the missing links?

Chairs: Rafael Buralli, Brazil & Mariana Butinof, Argentina

Outdoor temperature and green tobacco sickness in migrant farm workers - Marcela Tamayo y Ortiz, EUA
In an increasing wildfire outbreaks scenario, do we need to worry about wildland firefighters? - Kelly Polido Kaneshiro Olympio, Brazil
Addressing Waste Pickers Livelihoods as Key to Cities Resilience - Sonia Dias, Brazil
Street vendors: Climate change impacts on the health of workers with subsistence jobs on the streets of Medellín - Colombia - María Osley Garzón Duque, Colombia
Climate-related health effects among MAUCO cohort, Chile - Sandra Cortés, Chile

11:45 - 12:45

Pecha Kucha Session 14
Pollution's pathways: exploring the air pollution impacts across populations and contexts

Chairs: TBA

Bumper to Bumper: Evaluating Correlations Between Traffic Density and Traffic-Related Air Pollutants In North Carolina - Anjali Dakshina Kumar, USA
Cross-sectional associations between 48-hour fine particulate matter exposure and blood pressure amongst children in rural Rwanda - Christian Sewor, USA
Beyond individual race and income: the role of contextual deprivation in air pollution and cardiovascular disease - Jiajun Luo, USA
Association between air pollution exposure and menstrual cycle irregularity in a representative sample of premenopausal women in Korea - Kyoung Nam Kim, South Korea
Chemical composition and source analysis of PM2.5 in a Population Area from the Aburra Valley Colombia: COVID-19 pandemic effects - Miriam Gómez, Colombia
Prenatal and postnatal source-specific PM10 effects on child cognition at 4 and 18 months in an England birth cohort - Yingxin Chen, UK
Utilizing large-scale digital data for quantifying hyper-local urban greenspace and air pollution to study environmental associations and inform sustainable cities - Maria Eduarda Da Silva Sabedotti, Ireland
Air pollution, gut microbiota, and cognitive function alteration in older adults - Wenhao Qi, China
Disparities in exposure to PM2.5 according to MPI gradient by blocks in the city of Medellín (Colombia), 2019 - Juan Gabriel Pineros Jimenez, Colombia
Impact of a liquefied petroleum gas stove and fuel intervention on glycated hemoglobin in the HAPIN trial - Lindsay J. Underhill, USA

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Symposium 22
Challenges & Opportunities in Environmental Mixture Analyses: “Omics”, Causal Inference, and Pooled Analyses

Chairs: Caitlin Howe, USA & Megan Romano, USA

Data integration of multiple studies and environmental exposure mixture analyses - Elena Colicino, USA
Challenges in implementation of BKMR and other mixtures methods - Birgit Claus Henn, USA
Application of Quantile G-Computation to Epigenome-Wide Association Studies - Dennis Khodasevich, USA
Trying to See the Forests through the Trees: Causal Forests to Improve Inference from Multipollutant Models - Roel Vermeulen, Denmark
Application of Pattern Recognition and Mixture Methods in Exposome Profiling of Seminal Plasma and Associations with Semen Parameters - Haotian Wu, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Symposium 24
Environmental health community case studies: Linking storytelling and qualitative research to environmental epidemiology

Chairs: Michelle Burbage, USA & Elizabeth Hom Thepaksorn, Thailand

Sowing Seeds of Wellness: Stories from the Schoolyard on Community-Engaged Environmental Health - Ali Hussaini , Pakistan
Exploring the unexpressed local voice on saltwater intrusion and its health consequences in the coastal areas of Bangladesh - Atiqul Haque, Bangladesh
Symbio-allies: Working with Indigenous communities for relevant and impactful research - Lucy Grey, Canada
Balancing the environment and community concerns: improving environmental health at national park in Satun, Thailand - Phayong Thepaksorn, Thailand

17:45 - 18:00ISEE 2025
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15AWARD CEREMONY
08:15 - 09:00Keynote Lecture 4
09:00 - 09:45Keynote Lecture 5
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 20
Emerging experiences and benefits of Health Impact Assessment using AirQ+ in Latin America and the Caribbean: the inception of a regional collaborative network

Chairs: Karla Cervantes-Martínez, Mexico & Horacio Riojas-Rodríguez, Mexico

The emerging regional collaborative network on AirQ+ - Juan José Castillo-Lugo, USA
Evolution of health impact assessment experiences in Bogotá, Colombia - Alejandro Peralta, Colombia
First health impact assessment of air pollution in San Jose, Costa Rica - José Felix Rojas-Marín, Costa Rica
Health impact assessment in Mexico: AirQ+, other tools and methodological implications - José Luis Texcalac-Sangrador, Mexico

11:45 - 12:45

Pecha Kucha Session 15
Intersection of Environmental Factors and Public Health

Chairs: TBA

Extreme temperatures, air pollution and mental health: a critical review from an environmental justice perspective - Paula de Prado-Bert, Spain
COVID-19 incidence and mortality in Chile: Socio-environmental indicators as measurement of health environmental justice - Sara E. Acevedo, Chile
Mortality and hospitalization in italian contaminated sites with petrochemical and steel plants: a meta-regression analysis - Fabrizio Minichilli, Italy
Queering Environmental Justice: Unequal Environmental Health Burden on the LGBTQIA+ Community - Leo Maria Goldsmith, USA
Environmental factors, influenza activity, and sepsis: An analysis of 22-year hospital admission data - Ka Chun Chong, Hong Kong
Seasonal variation in indoor NO2 in urban residences in Mumbai and examining its determinants - Prince Vijay, India
Family doctors play a crucial role in a comprehensive healthcare surveillance system. - Paolo Lauriola, Italy
Extreme Heat and Suicide Watch Incidents Among Incarcerated Men - David H Cloud, USA

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Symposium 23
Climate Change and Mental Health: From Local to Global

Chairs: Kate Burrows, USA & Amruta Nori-Sarma, USA

Association between mental health disorders and extreme heat among Medicaid adolescents - Antonella Zanobetti, USA
Temperature And Mental health in Understudied Populations in Boston - Flannery Black-Ingersoll, USA
Adverse weather amplifies social media activity and worsens online sentiment: Evidence from over 10 billion social media posts - Kelton Minor, USA
Tropical cyclones and mental health-related mortality in the U.S. - Raenita Spriggs, USA
Mental Health Impacts of Oil and Gas Development - Mary Willis, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Symposium 25
New Cohorts for Environmental Exposure and Cancer Risk among Environmental Justice and High-Risk Communities in the United States

Chairs: Kristen Malecki, USA & Wei Zheng, USA

The impact of urbanicity on environmental exposures of concern in Minnesota (10,000 Families) - Heather Nelson, USA
Improving understanding and early detection of environmental exposures on the development of liver disease and liver cancer: The Southern Liver Health Study (STRIVE) - Cynthia Moylan, USA
MI-CARES: Recruiting from Michigan’s Environmental In-Justice Hotspots – methods, rationale and preliminary findings (MI-CARES) - Phung Minh Tung, USA
Searching the exposome to identify environmental chemical exposures for cancer risk in humans: the Southern Environmental Health Study - Wei Zheng, USA

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Symposium 21
Intervention studies for metal exposure reduction and mitigation

Chairs: Bonnie Joubert, USA & Ana Navas-Acien, USA

B vitamins for arsenic methylation in children and adults in Bangladesh - Irene Martinez-Morata, USA
Zinc supplementation for metal detoxification in Navajo Communities - Laurie Hudson, USA
Trial to Assess Chelation Therapy 2 (TACT2) and metal body burden - Ana Navas-Acien; Bonnie Joubert, USA
Metal exposure, the Arica case in Chile, and measures considered to reduce population exposure - Veronica Iglesias, Chile
Metals, micronutrients, and a Mediterranean diet: Potential metabolomic and epigenomic pathways in the Boston Birth Cohort - Xiaobin Wang, USA

11:45 - 12:45

Pecha Kucha Session 16
Environmental Exposures and Health Outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Exposure to Medical Radiation from CT Scans and Other Imaging Procedures in Relation to Increased Risk of Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer - De Kun Li, USA
A latent class analysis of NHANES reveals youth subgroups with different lifestyle, health, and sociodemographic characteristics and prediabetes/diabetes risk - Bian Liu, USA
Levels of particles radioactivity during desert dust events in the Eastern Mediterranean region: the case of Cyprus - Souzana Achilleos, Cyprus
Long-term mercury exposure and visual field constriction in Grassy Narrows First Nation - Aline Philibert, Canada
Oxidative Gaseous Air Pollutant Exposure Interacts with PNPLA3 Genotype to Influence Liver Fat Fraction and Multi-Omics Profiles in Young Adults - William B. Patterson, USA
Should Pancreatic Cancer Be Recognized as Linked with Vietnam Military Service? - David F Goldsmith, USA
Changes in gene expression depending on diabetes mellitus and night shift work - Eunsoo Lee, South Korea
Mortality from malignant mesothelioma in Italy. A birth-cohort analysis on the effect of the 1992 asbestos ban - Giorgia Stoppa, Italy
Association Between Preventive Behavior for Infectious Diseases and Social Determinants of Health in a multiethnic community of Bangladesh - Khandakar Fatema, Bangladesh

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Traditional Oral Session 26
Climate Justice and Health: Addressing Vulnerabilities and Disparities

Chairs: TBA

Weather-related inaccessibility of trails used by Inuit subsistence harvesters does not significantly influence retail food sales in Nunavut, Canada - Sappho Zoe Gilbert, USA
Long-term health consequences of multiple exposures to climate-related disasters - Ang Li, Australia
Toxic Tides: Environmental Justice Implications of Sea Level Rise and Flooding of Hazardous Sites in the United States - Lara Cushing, USA
Setting a Course Towards Climate Justice for Alaska Native Communities: The Alaska Alliance for Community Engagement – Climate and Health - Stacy Rasmus, USA
Disparities of heat wave-related preterm birth in climate types — China, 2012-2019 - Yafei Guo, China
Mass Incarceration as an Environmental Justice Issue in the United States - Katherine Lemasters, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Traditional Oral Session 30
Urban Environments and Health: Exploring Safety, Green Spaces, and Socioeconomic Disparities

Chairs: TBA

An evaluation of the 3-30-300 concept for urban green planning in relation to socioeconomic disparities in Flanders, Belgium - Melissa Kelley Lee, Belgium
Assessing Community Vulnerability to Neurological Diseases: A National Study of Source-Specific Noise and Air Pollution Exposures near the US Airports - Meng Wang, USA
Street-View Greenness in Residential Environments: Exploring Equity in Distribution of Natural Spaces in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis - Tara E. Jenson, USA
Neighborhood disadvantage and breast cancer incidence among women living in the United States - Jennifer Woo, USA
Community severance and road safety in New York City - Jaime Benavides, USA

17:45 - 18:00 
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 22
Extreme temperatures and health

Chairs: TBA

Climate trends and andean perceptions of climate change and its potential role in food security, San Marcos, Cajamarca - Luciana Rojas Granda, Peru
Assessing the effects of the heat health warning system on mortality in 15 German cities: A difference-in-differences approach - Alexandra Schneider, Germany
Impact of temperature variation on mortality during extreme temperature events in a subtropical city - Yuchen Wei, Hong Kong
The effect of non-optimal ambient temperature on daily mortality in Colombia 2010-2019 - Laura Andrea Rodriguez Villamizar, Colombia
Characterizing Vulnerability for the Future Heat-Related Cardiovascular Morbidity Burden in U.S. Metropolitan Areas - Wei-Lun Tsai, USA
Temperature-related mortality in nine Latin American countries under climate change and population scenarios - Josiah L Kephart, USA

11:45 - 12:45

Pecha Kucha Session 17
Environmental Exposure and Neurological Health Outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Mental illness and household solid fuel use in women of childbearing age - Kate Abuaa Kyeremateng, USA
The interactive effect of temperature with humidity, and air pollution on depression in elderly women: a cross-sectional study from Germany - Tamara Schikowski, Germany
Short-term Associations of Ambient Fine Particulate Matter on Mental Distress and Depression in Women of Southeastern Louisiana - Peter Edwards, USA
Early life critical windows of metal exposure associated with amygdala volume in young adolescents - Elza Rechtman, USA
Environmental Risk Factors for Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Over the Life Course: A Swedish Nested Case-Control Study - Natassia Robinson, Sweden
Determination of Depression and Related Factors Among People Living in a Craft Village, Northern Vietnam - Hien Thi Thu Ngo, Vietnam
The contribution of multiple short-term environmental exposures to the risk of suicide - Amanda V Bakian, USA
Environmental Determinants of Anxiety and Depression Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic: A cohort study in Catalonia - Gemma Castaño Vinyals, Spain
Consistency in metal dynamics during pregnancy predicts depression risk in late childhood - Vishal Midya, USA
Neuropsychomotor Development of children from 0 to 6 years old, after an environmental disaster. Brumadinho/MG, Brazil. - Michele Alves Costa, Brazil

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Traditional Oral Session 27
Assessment and analysis of effects of Internal exposome

Chairs: TBA

Relationships between the external exposome and proteome linked to mental health risk in adolescents - Zhiyang Wang, Finland
Disentangling Environmental Influences on Aging: A Comprehensive Analysis of Phenotypic Age Acceleration and Urban Exposures - Pablo Knobel, USA
EcoBioTrans: An integrative computer assisted platform for biotransformation prediction - Bo Peng, China
Untargeted exposome-wide association study of chemical mixtures and non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma - Anna S. Young, USA
Circulating small molecules are associated with exposure to uranium and radon in people living near a former uranium processing site - Diddier Prada, USA
An Environment-Wide Interaction Study to identify hidden environmental factors affecting susceptible populations: Application to chemical-social vulnerability interactions on cognitive function - Sung Kyun Park, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Traditional Oral Session 31
Temperature variations and health effects

Chairs: TBA

Seasonal temperature variability and hospital admission from infections among elderly in the US - Yijing Feng, USA
High temperature and hospitalisations for kidney disease spectrum in China during 2013–2019: Vulnerable populations and geographic differentials - Yu Wang, China
Heat exposure and breast cancer risk in the Sister Study - Jennifer L. Ish, USA
Assessing the harvesting effect following extreme temperature-related mortality in Italy - Vinod Joseph Kannankeril Joseph, Italy
Extreme temperatures and mortality risk in urban and rural areas of Mexico: are associations sensitive to epidemiologic study design? - Ivan Gutierrez Avila, USA
Individual patient characteristics that heighten risk of Acute Kidney Injury during hot weather: evidence using a novel automated electronic-alerts system. - Shakoor Hajat, UK

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 23
Air Pollution and Health Implications

Chairs: TBA

Reductions in PM2.5 exposure and mortality risk following household cooking fuel interventions in Kenyan cities using a ‘synthetic population’ model - James Milner, UK
Prenatal greenness, air pollution, and birthweight: assessing critical windows of exposure and effect modification in a multi-exposure setting - Melissa R Fiffer, USA
Residential relocation and mental health. Are changes in greenness and air pollution contributing to recovery from common mental disorders? - Mikel Subiza Pérez, Spain
The association between urban environment and drug poisoning deaths in Hong Kong - Hung Chak Ho, Hong Kong
The Childhood and Environmental Pollutants Project (PIPA's Project) in Brazil. - Carmen Fróes Asmus, Brazil

11:45 - 12:45

Pecha Kucha Session 18
From exposure to impact: health consequences of air pollution

Chairs: TBA

Association of maternal air pollution exposure and infant lung function is modified by genetic propensity to oxidative stress - Dwan Vilcins, Australia
Spatial and Temporal Trends in PM2.5 Concentrations in Guatemala Between 1998-2021 - Eri Saikawa, USA
Association of microscale ultrafine particle (UFP) exposure with mortality in a cohort of older Puerto Rican adults - Doug Brugge, USA
Interactive effects of long-term exposure to PM10, NO2 and O3 on SARS-CoV-2 infection and severity: a population-based cohort study - Giovanni Veronesi, Italy
Linkages between ambient PM2.5 and cardiovascular mortality in a large urban cohort in two Indian cities - Siddhartha Mandal, India
Crossover Randomized Controlled Trial of a HEPA Filter Air Cleaner Intervention in Elementary School Classrooms in Los Angeles California - Veronica M Vieira, USA
Sex specific associations between gestational exposure to air pollutants and autistic traits in Canadian children: sensitive periods of susceptibility - Nasser Laouali, Morocco
The effect of low-level air pollution exposure on weight at birth - Isabell Katharina Rumrich, Finland
Household Air Pollution and Postpartum Blood Pressure in the Ghana Randomized Air Pollution and Health Study - Seyram Kaali, Ghana
5+ years trend in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and black carbon (BC) pollution in Accra, Ghana - Barbara E Mottey, USA

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Traditional Oral Session 28
Understanding the complexities of environmental exposures: implications for health and justice

Chairs: TBA

Gestational environmental chemical mixtures, folate, and child autistic behaviors in a Canadian pregnancy and birth cohort - Joshua D. Alampi, Canada
Blood Metal Mixture Effects on All-Cause Mortality in American Indian Populations, Strong Heart Study - Zheng Li, USA
Confounding or bias amplification? Clues for the researcher seeking causal inference - Michael Leung, USA
Prenatal dietary exposure to mixtures of chemicals and allergic or respiratory diseases up to 5 years - Manel Ghozal, France
The Joint Effects of Prenatal Pesticide Exposure and Psychosocial Stressors on Child Psychopathology in a South African Birth Cohort - Sarina Abrishamcar, USA
Single index models for mixtures epidemiology: insights from toxicology - Thomas F Webster, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Traditional Oral Session 32
Metal exposure and health outcomes

Chairs: TBA

Urinary Metals and Incident Heart Failure: A Multi-Cohort Study and Meta-Analysis - Irene Martinez Morata, USA
Metals in street dusts near industrial areas: the Quintero-Puchuncaví-Concón case, Chile - Alejandra Soledad Vega, Chile
Community-level and race/ethnic differences in metal exposure in the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) - Marisa H Sobel, USA
Prenatal lead exposure and newborn´s hearing in a Birth Cohort in Rio de Janeiro - Anna Carolina Nascimento Waack Braga Villar, Brazil
Evaluation of Mercury Exposure in Two Artisanal and Small-Scale Gold Mining Communities in Peru - Johny Ponce Canchihuamán, Peru
Sentinel Surveillance for exposure to mercury and lead in children, Bogota, Colombia - Cesar Alejandro Geney, Colombia

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 24
Casual inference in environmental epidemiology

Chairs: TBA

Robustness of effect modification estimates from two-stage multi-location designs to unmeasured covariates: A simulation study - Jaime Daniel Reyes Sánchez, USA
A potential outcomes approach to investigate the short-term casual effect of environmental stressors on health outcomes. A Multi-Country Multy-City study - Francesco Sera, Italy
Data-driven causal structure discovery for agnostic analyses: current state and implications for exposome studies - Salome Kakhaia, Netherlands
Post-Causal-Discovery Modeling Enhancing Short-term Air Pollution Epidemiology: a simulation study - Pei Zhang, Hong Kong
Air pollution exposure measurement error and its impact on morbidity effect estimates: the MELONS study - Dylan Wood, UK
A causal concentration-response curve Adjusted for Exposure Error between PM2.5 and Mortality using B splines - Joel David Schwartz, USA

11:45 - 12:45SNRN Session 2
12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Traditional Oral Session 29
Health impact of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) exposure across the lifespan

Chairs: TBA

Household income modifies associations between prenatal PFAS exposure and sleep problems in early childhood - Sarah Dee Geiger, USA
Coupling observational study with computational toxicology to elucidate the relationships and potential mechanisms of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances and sleep - Shiwen Li, USA
Cord blood metabolic signatures of {in utero} per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance exposure: a multicohort ECHO study - Sarah Rock, USA
Association of PFAS with thyroid hormone levels in women from a highly exposed community in North Carolina, USA - Jane Hoppin, USA
Associations of serum per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances with liver biomarkers and urinary creatinine in Ecuadorian adolescents: the ESPINA study - Danilo Edison Martinez, Ecuador
Associations of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Pregnancy and Midlife with Midlife Glycemic Outcomes in Project Viva - Katlyn E Mcgraw, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Traditional Oral Session 33
Assessment and analysis of effects of external exposome

Chairs: TBA

Association of social and environmental exposures at the neighborhood level with child brain volume and persistent distressing psychotic-like experiences - Lina Valentina Dimitrov, USA
Independent and joint-effects of multiple environmental exposures on all-cause mortality:an analysis of European administrative and traditional cohorts in EXPANSE-project - Evangelia Samoli, Greece
The influence of early-life exposome on children’s respiratory health in a Latin American country: a request for interregional exposome studies - Diana Marcela Marin Pineda, Colombia
Impact of Prenatal Environmental Exposures on Maternal and Child Thyroid Function - Carrie V Breton, USA
Early life environmental exposure and childhood morbidity in Southern Mozambique: An exposome approach - Stefan Sieber, Spain
Assessing the pesticide exposome in low- and middle-income countries: the Global Pesticide Research Network (PestRes) - Samuel Fuhrimann, Switzerland

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Traditional Oral Session 25
Socioeconomic Influences and Emergency Responses in Maternal Health

Chairs: TBA

Association between exposure to fine particle matter and congenital abnormalities in Colombia: An ecological analysis (2016-2020) - Víctor M Herrera, Colombia
Challenges and Protective Aspects Related to Maternal Health during Emergencies in Puerto Rico - Carmen M Velez Vega, USA
Birth Experiences and Mental Health in Puerto Rico Following COVID-19: Qualitative Results - Irene Lafarga Previdi, Puerto Rico
The Influence of Neighborhood Displacement and Gentrification on Adverse Birth Outcomes in California - Xing Gao, USA
Maternal Residential Mobility Between Pregnancies: A California Statewide Sibling Study - Zeyan Liew, USA
Neighborhood environment and cardiometabolic health in pregnancy - Teresa Janevic, USA

11:45 - 12:45

Flash Oral Session 29
Environmental factors and neurocognition

Chairs: TBA

Maternal prenatal urinary fluoride levels and internalizing and externalizing problems in 8- and 11-year-old children - Jesus Ibarluzea, Spain
Association of ultrafine particle exposure with the neurocognitive function in elementary school children in the Berlin-Brandenburg Air Study (BEAR) - Katherine Ogurtsova, Germany
Eye-tracking as an objective phenotyping tool to identify associations between metal exposure and social cognition: A pilot study - Anna Ruth Sather, USA
Integrated Insights into Neurodevelopmental Effects of Trimethylamine N-Oxide (TMAO) and Trimethylamine (TMA): A Multi-Cohort Study Combining Epidemiology and Toxicology - Léa Maitre, Spain
Fine outdoor particulate matter and behavioral problems in school-age children in Accra, Ghana - Youssef Oulhote, USA
Mercury exposure and risk of developmental delay in the CoNaMad birth cohort follow-up at five years, Madre de Dios, Peru - Beth Jamie Feingold, USA

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Flash Oral Session 31
Respiratory health and environmental exposures II

Chairs: TBA

Associations between prenatal metal and metalloid mixtures in teeth and reductions in childhood lung function - Maria José Rosa, USA
Evaluating the impact of particulate matter pollution exposure on respiratory health among children in six Sub-Saharan African cities - Dimitris Evangelopoulos, UK
Early life liquefied petroleum gas intervention and pulmonary function in Guatemalan children from the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network trial - Laura M. Grajeda, USA
Association between prenatal and childhood exposure to particulate matter and asthmatic symptoms in the children of the Cyprus MEDEA Cohort - Nicole Alkhouri, USA
Estimating the impact of pollen and air pollution mixtures on respiratory morbidity in Atlanta, GA during 2005-2018 - Brooke Lappe, USA
Dietary patterns are associated with allergic sensitization at school age: the PARIS birth cohort - Hélène Amazouz, France
Dust Storms and Respiratory Symptoms in a Rural Children’s Cohort near a Drying Saline Lake - Jill E Johnston, USA
Infant Sex Modifies the Effect of Indoor Air Pollution on Age of ALRI Onset among Infants in Rural Bangladesh - Talat Islam, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Flash Oral Session 33
Environmental health frontiers: addressing emerging challenges in air pollution

Chairs: TBA

Association between ultrafine particles and asthma onset in children: comparison of statistical and machine learning methods to predict exposures - Julien Vachon, Canada
Evaluation of High- and Low-efficiency Kitchen Hood Performance under Scripted Cooking Scenarios in Four Taiwanese Households - Hsin Chen, Taiwan
Association between long-term air pollution exposure and risk of autoimmune diseases in South Korea - Jiwon Choi, South Korea
Gut microbiota partially mediates the effects of fine particulate matter on blood lipids metabolism - Jiaonan Wang, China
Epigenome-wide association study of household air pollution exposure in an area with high lung cancer incidence. - Mohammad L. Rahman, USA
DNA methylation as a potential mediator between ambient PM2.5 exposure and myocardial infarction in Indian population - Gagandeep Kaur Walia, India
Epigenome-wide association study of ambient air pollution in a racially and ethnically diverse population of smokers: The Multiethnic Cohort Study - Brian Z Huang, USA
A novel air monitoring approach to support healthier active transport for schoolchildren - Amanda Jane Wheeler, Australia
Does ambient Particulate Matter 1 Increase the Risk of Gastric Cancer? Empirical research in a high-risk, arid region in China - Yumin Li, China

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
  
06:00 - 07:30 
08:00 - 08:15 
08:15 - 09:00 
09:00 - 09:45 
09:45 - 10:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
10:15 - 11:45

Flash Oral Session 28
Environmental health: epigenetics and metabolism

Chairs: TBA

A Systematic Review into the Association Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Epigenetic Age Acceleration in Later Adult Life - Azam Saied, UK
Persistent Associations of Prenatal Phenol and Phthalate Exposure with DNA Methylation in Childhood - Dennis Khodasevich, USA
Behavioral and environmental predictors of a saliva-based epigenetic inflammation index and its association with allostatic load - Andrey I Egorov, USA
Childhood early life environment associated with GrimAge DNA methylation acceleration in the Health and Retirement Study - Nita M Kanney, USA
Placental metabolomic profiles are altered in association with gestational air pollution exposure and childhood brain dopamine function - Maya A. Deyssenroth, USA
Alcohol consumption and DNA methylation: a case-cohort study within the E3N French cohort - Dzevka Dragic, France
The association between maternal arsenic exposure/methylation and Gestational Diabetes Mellitus influenced through one-carbon metabolites - Ahlam Abuawad, USA
Perfluoroalkyl Substances and Risk of Early Diabetic Kidney Disease in Youth with Type 2 Diabetes: A Prospective Study - Jesse A. Goodrich, USA
Metabolomics Signatures of Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution: A Large-Scale Metabolome-Wide Association Study in the Cancer Prevention Study-II Nutrition Cohort - Ziyin Tang, USA

11:45 - 12:45

Flash Oral Session 30
Environmental exposures and health outcomes II

Chairs: TBA

Thoracic aortic diameter and heart valves performance in children environmentally exposed to fluoride in Chihuahua México - Citlalli Osorio Yáñez, Mexico
Patterns of Pediatric Chronic Health Outcomes in the United States: The Environmental Influences on Child Health Outcomes (ECHO) Program - Christine Loftus, USA
School quality as a community-level asset buffering associations between air pollution and pediatric health - Lisa Frueh, USA
Hot-Dusty Days and Acute Diabetic Hospitalization in Kuwait’s Harsh Summers - Barrak Alahmad, USA
Prenatal exposure to inorganic arsenic and body mass index: a retrospective cohort study in children from Arica, Chile - María Pía Muñoz, Chile
Association Between Environmental Fluoride Exposure and Bone Speed of Sound (SOS) at One Year Postpartum - Gina Alejandra Castiblanco Rubio, USA

12:45 - 14:15LUNCH BREAK / FREE POSTER VIEWING
14:15 - 15:45

Flash Oral Session 32
Urban Infrastructure and Health

Chairs: TBA

Green inequality in Estonian cities – what does it mean in health and external costs perspectives - Hans Orru, Estonia
The impact of urban configuration types on urban heat islands, air pollution, CO2 emissions and mortality in Europe - Sasha Khomenko, Spain
Association of urban infrastructure and physical activity in Santiago and its modifications by neighborhood and municipality level socio-economic characteristics (SES). - Marianela Castillo Riquelme, Chile
The natural experiment of daylight saving time (DST) and acute myocardial infarction (AMI): A meta-analysis of studies in ten countries - Philip Lewis, Germany
Exploring the association between school greenness and academic performance across diverse ecological regions - Raquel B Jimenez, Chile
Leveraging Emerging Technologies for Sustainable & Healthy Cities of the Future - Marguerite Nyhan, Ireland
Association of Green Stormwater Infrastructure Installations in Philadelphia with Resident Perceptions of the Neighborhood Social Environment - Amber Palmer, USA

15:45 - 16:15COFFEE BREAK & POSTER DISCUSSION SESSION / FREE POSTER VIEWING
16:15 - 17:45

Flash Oral Session 34
Perspectives on environmental policy and public health

Chairs: TBA

Heat’s Death Toll: A Comparative Assessment of Mortality Burden Associated with Heat Exposure Using Varied Data Sources, Methods, and Perspectives - Ambarish Vaidyanathan, USA
Recognizing Priority Areas for Urban Green Interventions: A Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis for Health Promotion and Environmental Justice - Evelise Pereira Barboza, Spain
Design and Outcomes of Training Programs that Support the Next Generation of Environmental Health Scientists in Latin America - Luz Claudio, USA
A High-Resolution, Large-Scale Agent-Based Transport Model for Health Outcomes Evaluation from Policy Changes - Haitam Laarabi, USA
How influential are environmental hazard assessments on policy decision-making? An impact analysis approach and recommendations for environmental public health - Suril S. Mehta, USA
A perspective from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) scientists: how your epidemiologic analyses can inform human health risk assessment - Rachel M. Shaffer, USA
Quantitative Bias Analysis: a next step in risk of bias determinations? - David J. Miller, USA
Risk of Bias in Air Pollution Epidemiology - Saumitra Rege, USA

17:45 - 18:00 
18:00 - 18:30SNRN AWARDS and CLOSING CEREMONY
  
06:00 - 07:30Virtual Session
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11:45 - 12:45 
12:45 - 14:15 
14:15 - 15:45Virtual Session
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15:45 - 16:15 
16:15 - 17:45Virtual Session
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