Fall 2016 COEH Get Together at UC Davis

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The next COEH Get Together is happening on Thursday, October 27, 2016, from 4 PM – 6 PM, at the Gladys Valley Hall Room 1020 at UC Davis.

Featured Speakers are:

Dr. Beatriz Martinez Lopez, Associate Professor and Research Scientist
School of Veterinary Medicine
Real-time Risk Assessment and Modeling Using Big Data Analytics: The Future of Disease Prevention and Control

Tanya Khemet, Graduate Student Researcher
Department of Public Health Sciences
The Relationship Between Maternal Prenatal Economic, Social and Mental Health Stressors, Environmental Factors and Child Neurodevelopment: A Review of the Literature

The COEH Get Together invitation can be found here. (PDF)

Also, do not miss the Ved Med Teaching Hospital Tour taking place before the COEH Get Together. The tour begins at 3PM. The Ved Med Teaching Hospital Tour invitation can be found here. (PDF)

fl16coehmaptourimage A map of the two events can be found here. (PDF)

For more event information and to RSVP, contact Vicki Sharpnack at vwsharpnack@ucdavis.edu or (530) 752-2794. RSVPs are due Monday, October 17th.

See you all in Davis!

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Remais Featured in UCB School News

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COEH Faculty, Justin Remais, is featured in the UC Berkeley School News segment for his waterborne disease research and new NSF grant. His project is Analytical methods for estimating the joint climatological-social drivers of water quality and supply in contrasting tropical zones: Ecuador and China. Read more on the UC Berkeley School News page.

August 2016: COEH in the Media

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Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Scientific American: Most Cities Will Be Too Hot to Host 2088 Summer Olympics.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Mic: Before You Know It, Most Cities Will Be Too Hot to Host the Summer Olympics.

Kirk R. Smith is interviewed in Democracy Now: Climate Study: By 2085 All U.S. Cities Except San Francisco Will Be Too Hot to Host Summer Olympics.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in on CBS: UC Scientists Say Warming Climate Threatens Future Summer Olympics.

Michael N. Bates, S. Katharine Hammond, Sa Liu, and Ellen Eisen’s paper Solvent Exposure and Cognitive Function in Automotive Technicians is featured on Science Direct.

John R. Balmes and Kirk R. Smith are quoted on KPUG: Most Cities Will be ‘Too Hot’ to Host the Summer Olympics of the Future.

Kirk R. Smith’s faculty website updated the list of upcoming Household Air Pollution Trainings.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in News Now: MEDIA Pole Vaulting for Planet Earth.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Vocativ: Global Warming Could Kill The Summer Olympics This Century.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted on Common Dreams: For Future Summer Olympics, Climate Change Is No Game.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Forbes: Could Cities Become Too Hot To Host The Olympics?

Kirk R. Smith is quoted on SFGate: Climate Change Could Limit Sites for Summer Games, Study Warns.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted on CNN: Will Climate Change Stop the Summer Olympics?

John R. Balmes and Kirk R. Smith are quoted on Daily Kos: By 2085, Most Cities Will be Too Hot to Host Summer Olympics.

John R. Balmes and Kirk R. Smith are quoted in the Christian Science Monitor: How Climate Change Will Determine Where the Olympic Games are Held.

Fadi Fathallah is featured in the UCDavis University News: Fadi Fathallah Leads Global Education and Services.

John R. Balmes and Kirk R. Smith are quoted in Laboratory Equipment: Warming World May Put Most Cities Off-limits for Summer Olympics.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Furturity: Few Cities Cool Enough for 2085 Summer Olympics.

John R. Balmes and Kirk R. Smith’s paper The Last Summer Olympics? Climate change, Health, and Work Outdoors is featured in The Lancet.

Kirk R. Smith is quoted in Fast Company: The List Of Cities That Could Host The 2088 Olympics Is Very, Very Short.

COEH Occupational and Environmental Medicine affiliate program Western States PEHSU is featured in Environmental Health Perspectives for their work: A Multimedia E-Book—A Story of Health: Filling a Gap in Environmental Health Literacy for Health Professionals.