Thursday 3 April 2014 – National Heart and Lung Institute (Imperial College), London SW3
Suitable for those with research interests in occupational and environmental epidemiology. Early career researchers are particularly welcome. Held each year from 2005, the aim is to enable cross-fertilization of research interests between those with an interest in occupational and environmental epidemiology. Various topics are examined in a fairly informal environment, and encourage discussion and collaborative networking.
Registration fee: £50; rising to £75 after ‘early bird’ closes on Friday 21 February (midnight).
Registration link Online Registration Form. This form and the provisional programme, registration/abstract submission details, including the submission form, are accessed via our website: http://lungsatwork.org.uk/courses.php . Please complete and save the abstract submission form to your PC, and then e-mail it to Magda Wheatley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Mr Robie Kamanyire, Public Health England, will speak on the subject of shale gas extraction (also known as ‘fracking’).
- Dr Ruth Travis, University of Oxford, Cancer Epidemiology Unit, will speak on the subject of shift work.
- Dr Martie van Tongeren, Institute of Occupational Medicine, Edinburgh, will speak nanotechnology.
We are very grateful for the support of Public Health England and the MRC-PHE Centre for Environment and Health, and for the Colt Foundation’s endorsement of this meeting.
Department of Occupational and Environmental Medicine – National Heart & Lung Institute