Events & Resources

Events and Resources
Learn more about events hosted by EHI, helpful resources, and featured articles.


The Exposome & Metabolic Health: What's Getting Under Your Skin?

September 21, 2018

Join leading University of California researchers as they discuss how our social, psychological and physical environments impact our metabolic health and shape our future. In this symposium, co-sponsored by PRHE's Environmental Health Initiative, learn about how toxics from our food, air, and social environments are having unseen effects and how we can respond.


Going Public: The Risks and Responsibilities of Sharing your Impactful Science

March 3, 2017

What does it mean to share our science outside of the lab and professional journals in public settings? What happens when our conclusions based on the scientific method enter political discourse? Watch the symposium below to hear from faculty on how they have overcome these challenges and unabashedly taken on the responsibility and commitment to share what they know. The symposium included opening remarks by Congresswoman Jackie Speier, 14th Congressional District; moderation by Tracey Woodruff, PhD, Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment, and Diana Laird, PhD, Department of Obestetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences; panel presentations by Stanton Glantz, PhD, UCSF Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, Cristin Kearns, DDS, MBA, UCSF Post-doctoral fellow studying the sugar industry, Mike McCune, MD, PhD, UCSF Division of Experimental Medicine, Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH, Center for Climate Change and Health, Public Health Institute, Barbara French, UCSF Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications & University Relations, and Greta Schnetzler, JD, UCSF Chief Campus Counsel.

Watch the symposium here or click the image above.

Late Lessons from Early Warnings: A Seminar with David Gee

May 9, 2016

David Gee, PhD, Past Senior Advisor on Science, Policy, and Emerging Issues for the European Environment Agency, presented “Late Lessons from Early Warnings”, based on a series of publications addressing the health costs of action and inaction on threats to environmental health. “Late Lessons from Early Warnings”, published by the European Environment Agency, grapples with the health costs of such decision-making head on using historical hazards, such as the Minamata mercury poisoning and leaded gas, as well as emerging issues, such as radiation from mobile phones and neonicotinoid pesticides. The lecture resonates with contemporary decision-making, i.e., lead poisoning in Flint, Michigan, and toxic chemicals in consumer products and our food supply, and offers a pathway forward for taking action on what we know now to prevent harm to human health now and for future generations. 

Watch the seminar here or click the image above.

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