Belmont Forum Advances International Collaboration on Climate and Health Research
NIEHS played a lead role in the adoption of the Belmont Forum’s first Collaborative Research Action (CRA) on climate, environment, and health, which is planned to launch in early 2019.
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Air Pollution May Worsen Brain Function in HIV-Infected Children
The combination of air pollution and HIV infection may have a greater detrimental impact on the cognitive abilities of school-aged children than exposure to either factor alone, according to an NIEHS-funded study.
NIEHS Doctoral Fellow Explores Air Pollution Impacts in Uganda
Adaeze Wosu, a Johns Hopkins University Ph.D. candidate and NIH Fogarty International Center doctoral fellow, is investigating how air pollution affects the cognitive development of children in Uganda.
Fourth National Climate Assessment
The Fourth National Climate Assessment was released on November 23. This congressionally mandated report focuses on human welfare, societal and environmental elements of climate change, and climate variability as well as human health.
WHO Gains New Commitments to Tackle Global Air Pollution
More than 70 commitments to tackle air pollution by countries, cities, and organizations came out of the first-ever WHO Global Conference on Air Pollution and Health.
American Meteorological Society Annual Meeting
January 6-10, 2019
Triangle Global Health Consortium Career Day
February 1, 2019
Research Triangle Park, NC
CUGH 2019 Global Health Conference
March 8-10, 2019
Global Mental Health Research Conference
April 8-9, 2019
GHIC 2019: Global Health & Innovation Conference
April 13-14, 2019
Yale University, New Haven, CT
World Health Assembly
May 20-28, 2019