Workshop Theme: Ozone 2017 – From Basic Science to Public Health Topics include: Developments in photochemical pollution monitoring and modeling; The biology of ozone exposures; Respiratory and cardiovascular effects of ozone and PM; Impacts of environmental change on ozone and co-occurring air pollutants and aeroallergens; Outdoor, indoor and in-vehicle human exposures; Progress in […]
The Environmental & Occupational Health Science Institute announces the 2017 Toxicology, Health & Environmental Disease (THED) High School Summer Program. THED is a highly intensive program requiring active involvement of participants. Read more for program requirements and application.
What if there’s a chemical attack? Rutgers is on it Research is ongoing at Rutgers about what to do if the unthinkable happens — a terror attack using chemical weapons. The university has a new $19 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to continue ongoing research. Jeffrey Laskin, chief of Rutgers’ division of […]
Ozone Research Center Science Workshop Workshop Theme: Ozone 2015 – Change and Challenges Topics include: Implications of the new ozone National Air Quality Standard; Impacts of climate change on photochemical pollution and associated human exposures; Traffic-related pollution; Commuter exposures; Indoor ozone chemistry; Cardiovascular effects of ozone; Respiratory modeling. Speakers: Prof. Panos Georgopoulos, Prof. […]