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Your Environment. Your Health.

Reproductive Epidemiology – Past, Present, and Future

October 18, 2019
Hosted by NIEHS Epidemiology Branch
NIEHS
Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Meeting Materials

Description

During this day-long symposium prominent senior researchers in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology (from NIEHS and universities in the US and abroad) will address the broad issues of progress in reproductive and perinatal epidemiology over the past 40 years and suggest unresolved questions and future challenges. Synthesizing both current and past research findings will provide an evidence base to inform future research, policy decisions, and prevention strategies.

Morning Session

Afternoon Session

Speakers

Clarice Weinberg Donna Baird
Rolv Skjaerven Rolv Terje Lie
Olga Basso Nigel Paneth
Pierre Buekens Irva Hertz-Picciotto
Kenneth Rothman David Savitz
Allen Wilcox M.D., Ph.D

Allen Wilcox M.D., Ph.D., Senior Investigator, Reproductive Epidemology Group at NIEHS.
(Photo courtesy of Steve McCaw)

Meeting Room Information

Our hope is to accommodate all registrants in a single conference room, however, due to facility restrictions we have arranged for a second onsite room to view the webcast. Local guests may be asked to view the webcast in the secondary room. All registrants will be welcome to participate in the breaks and reception. We appreciate your understanding and flexibility.

If there are any questions, please contact the Organizing Committee (64KB)

We need your help! In honor of Allen Wilcox's retirement, we are collecting photographs, memories, or short messages to be displayed on screen at the symposium during breaks. If you have photos or would like to share a memory or message with the symposium audience, please send these to Quaker Harmon.

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