Environmental/Occupational Epidemiology Seminars

Spring 2022

Fridays 2:00 – 3:00 pm

DATE LOCATION SPEAKER TITLE OF PRESENTATION
Spring 2021
01/21/2022 Zoom Cancelled due to winter weather
01/28/2022 Zoom Rachel Seidman, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Stories to Save Lives: Oral History and the Role of the Humanities in Understanding Environmental Health
02/04/2022 Zoom Sarah Torgeson, MA
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Storms of a Lifetime: Oral History as a Method for Understanding Older Adults’ Experience of Disasters
02/11/2022 Zoom Opal Patel
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
Gulf Study and Immune-Related Illnesses
02/18/2022 Zoom No Seminar
02/25/2022 Zoom Kristen Cowan
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
Using Spatial Methods to examine Community-level Trends in Mortality following Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
03/04/2022 Zoom Cory Keeler, PhD
UNC-CH Post-doctoral Trainee
“Interrogating the use of ‘maternal’ in environmental epidemiology: opportunities for increasing linguistic and substantive precision”
03/11/2022 Zoom Emma Rosen
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
Drinking water associated PFAS and lipid outcomes in the GenX Exposure Study
03/18/2022 NO SEMINAR – SPRING BREAK
03/25/2022 Zoom Amelia Martin
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
NC Occupational fatal injury trends and industrial transitions from 1992-2017
04/01/2022 Zoom  Cherrel Manley
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
Prenatal drinking water nitrate and adverse pregnancy outcomes in agricultural communities
04/08/2022 Zoom Sam Neally
UNC-CH Pre-doctoral Trainee
Neighborhood deprivation and early childhood cardiometabolic health in NC.
04/22/2022 Zoom Amber Hall

UNC-CH 

Organophosphate esters and measures of executive function