Tuesday, August 28
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P02. Weather, Climate and Disasters 2
P02.0010. The 2008 Recession, Human Mortality and Its Changing Relationship with Daily Temperatures in Europe [More Info]
Joan Ballester, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.0020. Does Climate Matter? How Temperature and Precipitation Affect the Relationship between Neighbourhood Walkability and Walking for Transportation [More Info]
Justin Thielman, Public Health Ontario, Canada
P02.0030. Impacts of High Temperature on Adverse Birth Outcomes in Seoul, Korea: Disparities by Individual- and Community-Level Characteristics [More Info]
Jiyoung Son, Yale University, United States
P02.0040. A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of the Association between Daily Mean Temperature and Mortality in China [More Info]
Qianlai Luo, Center for Environmental and Respiratory Health Research (CERH), University of Oulu, Finland
P02.0050. Patterns of Environmental Displacement in Indonesia [More Info]
Michelle Bell, Yale University, United States
P02.0060. Vulnerability to the Cardiovascular Effects of Ambient Heat in Six U.S. Cities: Results from the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA) [More Info]
Carina Gronlund, University of Michigan, United States
P02.0070. Sentinel Practitioners for the Environment and their Role in Connecting up Global Concerns due to Climate Change with Local Actions: How to Spread Awareness and Skills all over the World [More Info]
Paolo Lauriola, International Society Doctors for the Enviornment, Italy
P02.0080. What can STP Geographies Tell us About the Impact of the Cold Weather Plan for England? [More Info]
Peninah Murage, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
P02.0090. Temperature-Related Mortality in Latin America: A Multi-City Multi-Country Study [More Info]
Aurelio Tobias, Spanish Council for Scientific Research, Spain
P02.0100. Temperature and Term Low Birth Weight in California [More Info]
Rupa Basu, Cal EPA/OEHHA, United States
P02.0110. Associations between Ambient Air Temperature, Low Birth Weight and Small for Gestational Age in Term Newborns in Southern Israel [More Info]
Raanan Raz, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
P02.0120. From Prey to Hunter: Training Park Workers to Carry Out Tick Collection as an Alternative Approach for Lyme Disease Vector Surveillance [More Info]
Karl Forest Berard, Institut National de Sante Publique du Quebec, Canada
P02.0130. Short-Term Prediction of Extremely Hot Days and Heat-Related Mortality Due to Enso and Climate Change [More Info]
Chu-Chih Chen, National Health Research Institutes, Taiwan
P02.0160. Associations between Fine Particulate Matter, Extreme Heat Events and Congenital Heart Defects in the National Birth Defects Prevention Study [More Info]
Jeanette Stingone, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, United States
P02.0170. The Co-Impacts of Climate Change Policies on Air Quality - Impacts on Health [More Info]
Heather Walton, King's College, London, United Kingdom
P02.0180. The Geographic Distribution of Future Ozone-Related Asthma Exacerbation Emergency Department Visits in the Us in a Warming Climate [More Info]
Nicholas Nassikas, Brown University, United States
P02.0190. High Temperature Associations with Preterm Birth and Mediation by Air Pollutants in Detroit, Michigan, 1991-2001. [More Info]
Carina Gronlund, University of Michigan, United States
P02.0200. Grassland Phenology and Meteorology Co-Influence Grass Pollen Counts in Victoria, Australia [More Info]
Ha Nguyen, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
P02.0210. Relationship between Temperature and Ischemic Heart Disease in Bogotá 2009 - 2014 [More Info]
Jeimy Corredor Gutiérrez, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Colombia
P02.0220. The Influence of Weather on the Health and Welfare Conditions of Pigs in the UK: A Time-Series Analysis [More Info]
Shakoor Hajat, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
P02.0230. Using Natural Experiments to Evaluate the Potential Public Health Benefits of the Toronto Cold Weather Program [More Info]
Tarik Benmarhnia, University of California, San Diego, United States
P02.0240. Diurnal Temperature Range and Mortality in Tabriz (the Northwest of Iran) [More Info]
Narges Khanjani, Kerman University of Medical Sciences, Iran (the Islamic Republic of)
P02.0250. Climate Change Impact on Heat-Related Mortality - ISI-MIP Context [More Info]
Yasushi Honda, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P02.0270. Associations of Temperature Variation and Mortality in 47 Japanese Prefectures [More Info]
Chaochen Ma, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P02.0280. Examining the Association between Temperature and Emergency Room Visits from Mental Health-Related Outcomes in California [More Info]
Rupa Basu, Cal EPA/OEHHA, United States
P02.0300. Assessing United States County-Level Exposure for Hurricane and Tropical Storm Epidemiological Research [More Info]
Brooke Anderson, Colorado State University, United States
P02.0310. Trends of Age-Specific Mortality with an Underlying or Contributing Cause Attributed to a Weather-Related Cause of Death in Japan, 1995-2015 [More Info]
Masao Kanamori, Ritsumeikan University, Japan
P02.0320. Impact of Meteorological Parameters on Suicide Rates: A Case-Crossover Study in Southern Germany [More Info]
Alexandra Schneider, Helmholtz Zentrum München - German Research Center for Environmental Health, Germany
P02.0330. Establishing Appropriate Hot Weather Alerting Criteria for British Columbia, Canada [More Info]
Kathleen McLean, BC Centre for Disease Control, Canada
P02.0340. Comparison of Two Wet-Bulb Globe Temperature Estimation Methods for Assessment of Heat-Related Mortality: Evidence from 47 Japanese Prefectures [More Info]
Chaochen Ma, University of Tsukuba, Japan
P02.0350. The Effect of High Summer Temperatures on Emergency Hospital Admissions in Switzerland: A Comparison to Heat-Related Mortality [More Info]
Martina Ragettli, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Switzerland
P02.0360. Development of Guide Book on Outpatient Treatment and Physical Checkup for Accident Preparedness Substances [More Info]
Sunshin Kim, Soonchunhyang University Gumi Hospital, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.0370. Finding Health-Based Optimal Thresholds in Extreme Weather Watch Warning Systems [More Info]
Pierre Masselot, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, Canada
P02.0380. Association between Cardiovascular Mortality and Temperature in Mexican Cities [More Info]
Julio Cruz, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico
P02.0390. Temperature and Fall-Related Hospital Admissions in Hong Kong Sar, China [More Info]
Chao Luo, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
P02.0400. Short-Term Association between Ambient Temperature and Mental Disorders Hospitalization in an Asian Subtropical City: A Time-Series Study [More Info]
Holly Lam, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
P02.0420. Estimation of Thermal Comfort Using a WRF-MENEX Model during a Heat Wave in a Complex Urban Area [More Info]
Mi-Kyoung Hwang, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Pusan National University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.0430. Cold Temperature and Risk of Death Due to Stroke [More Info]
Marianne Bilodeau-Bertrand, University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre, Canada
P02.0431. The Role of Fulbright Program in Focusing on Canadian and U.S. Environmental Health Issues [More Info]
David Goldsmith, Georgetown University, United States
P02. Built Environment, Noise and Greenness 2
P02.0440. Environmental Noise Pollution and Risk of Hypertension in Pregnancy [More Info]
Marianne Bilodeau-Bertrand, University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre, Canada
P02.0450. The Impact of Rural Residence on Depression in the Ginkgo Evaluation of Memory Study [More Info]
Erin Semmens, University of Montana, United States
P02.0470. The Health Benefits of Bike Sharing Systems can Outweigh the Risks in China, an Old "Kingdom of Bicycles" [More Info]
Wenjun Ma, Guangdong Provincial Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
P02.0480. Urbanization and Prevalence of Hypertension Based on 2017 American Heart Association Guideline for High Blood Pressure in the PURSE-HIS Cohort [More Info]
Mohan Thanikachalam, Tufts University School of Medicine, United States
P02.0490. Sociodemographic Patterns of Exposure to Civil Aircraft Noise [More Info]
Matthew Simon, Boston University School of Public Health, United States
P02.0500. Noise Pollution and Preventive Measures [More Info]
Jeni Saykova, Medical University Sofia, Bulgaria
P02.0510. Association of Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollution and Noise with Ischemic Heart Disease in Elderly People Living in Tokyo Metropolitan Area, Japan [More Info]
Haruya Sakai, Japan Automobile Research Institute, Japan
P02.0520. Physical Activity may Modify the Association between Air Pollution and Brain Structure in the UK Biobank [More Info]
Melissa Furlong, University of Arizona, United States
P02.0530. The Primavera Forest and Reduction of Premature Mortality Owing to Cardiovascular Disease in the Metropolitan Area of Guadalajara [More Info]
Arturo Curiel, Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico
P02.0550. Urban Greenness and Mental Health Disorders [More Info]
Timo Lanki, National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland
P02.0570. Analysis of Physical Attributes and Occupant Reported Symptoms for 10,000 U.S. Homes [More Info]
Carl Grimes, Hayward Healthy Home Institute, United States
P02.0580. Epidemiological Study on Long-Term Health Effects of Wind Turbine Noise in Japan [More Info]
Tatsuya Ishitake, Kurume University School of Medicine, Japan
P02.0590. A Combined Emission and Receptor-Based Approach to Modelling Environmental Noise in Toronto, Canada [More Info]
Tor Oiamo, Ryerson University , Canada
P02.0610. The Role of Place as a Modifier of Asthma Associations among Children in Seattle [More Info]
Leanne Cusack, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.0620. Urban Green Spaces and Cardiovascular Morbidity [More Info]
Mindaugas Malinauskas, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences , Lithuania
P02.0630. Effect of Environmental Relationship between Fungal Exposure and Asthma in Children [More Info]
SungChul Seo, Catholic University of Pusan, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.0640. Comparison of Heart Rate Variability Measurement Methods in Panels of Older Adults from the Outdoor Physical Activity and Health Study [More Info]
Robin Shutt, Health Canada, Canada
P02.0650. Assessment of Indoor Microbial Exposures [More Info]
Meghan Davis, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
P02.0660. Relationship between Pollen Allergy (Allergic Rhinitis) and Cryptomeria-Specific Immunoglobulin E during Early Pregnancy: Part of a Nationwide Birth-Cohort Study [More Info]
Kazunari Onishi, University of Yamanashi, Japan
P02.0670. Partitioning the Indoor Microbiome: The Way Forward? [More Info]
Hal Levin, Building Ecology Research Group, United States
P02.0680. How Public Transport Strikes Affect the Health of Our Citizens? [More Info]
Margarita Triguero-Mas, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02. Exposure Measurement, Modeling and Other Methodological Issues 2
P02.0690. Collecting and Repurposing Survey Data to Support Exposure Assessments [More Info]
Heidi Hubbard, ICF, United States
P02.0700. Data Infrastructure and Gateway for Environmental Health Research [More Info]
Rachael Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago, United States
P02.0710. Waste Impact on Children's Health: The Exposome Paradigm [More Info]
Dimosthenis Sarigiannis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
P02.0730. Pesticide Residues in Soil, Water, Indoor Home Surface and Children's Hands [More Info]
Noppanun Nankongnab, Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University, Center of Excellence on Environmental Health and Toxicology, Commission on Higher Education, Ministry of Education, Thailand
P02.0740. Exposure Characterization of a Cyanobacteria Harmful Algal Bloom (CHAB) at Clear Lake, CA: Data Collection Methodology [More Info]
Susan Viet, Westat, United States
P02.0750. Chlorine Tolerance and Inactivation of Citrobacter Species Recovered from Wastewater Treatment Plants [More Info]
Mojisola Owoseni, Federal University Lafia, Nigeria, Nigeria
P02.0760. Urban Mind: Using Smartphone Technologies to Investigate the Impact of Nature on Mental Wellbeing in Real Time [More Info]
Ioannis Bakolis, King's College London, United Kingdom
P02.0780. Polydimethylsiloxane Wristbands as Tools for Estimating Exposure to Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds [More Info]
Joseph Okeme, University of Toronto, Canada
P02.0790. Commuting Exposures to Particulate Air Pollution in Three Canadian Bus Transit Systems: The Urban Transportation Exposure Study [More Info]
Keith Van Ryswyk, Health Canada, Canada
P02.0800. Air Pollutant Exposure Measured with Low-Cost Sensors: Results from a 50-Node Network in Pittsburgh [More Info]
Albert Presto, Carnegie Mellon University, United States
P02.0810. Development of a Novel DNPH Cartridge for Capturing Gaseous Acrolein [More Info]
Miyuki Noguchi, Seikei University, Japan
P02.0820. An Evaluation of a Long-Term Air Sampling Technique Used to Assess Temporal and Spatial Variation to Volatile Organic Compounds from Vapor Intrusion [More Info]
Alan Rossner, Clarkson Univeristy, United States
P02.0840. Determination of Personal and Indoor/Outdoor Concentrations of Nicotine for Passive- or Non-Smoker [More Info]
Takashi Amagai, University of Shizuoka, Japan
P02.0850. A Critical View of Low Cost Sensor System Networks for Air Quality [More Info]
Alena Bartonova, NILU Norwegian Institute for Air Research, Norway
P02.0860. Environmental Influences on Health Outcomes-Integrating Real-Time Exposure Measures from Homes into Longitudinal Cohort Studies: Lessons from the Field [More Info]
Katherine Sward, University of Utah, United States
P02.0890. Spatial and Temporal Characterization of Chemical Emissions Aboard the AC130 Gunship [More Info]
Christin Grabinski, Air Force Research Laboratory, United States
P02.0900. The Effects of Facemasks on Airway Inflammation and Endothelial Dysfunction in Healthy Young Adults: A Double-Blind, Randomized, Controlled Crossover Study [More Info]
Tianjia Guan, Peking University, China
P02.0910. Developing Field Calibration Models for Non-Reference Monitoring Techniques: A Case Study of Light Scattering Laser Photometers [More Info]
John Pearce, Medical University of South Carolina, United States
P02.0931. Mapping Hotspots of Environmental Burdens in the Framework of Cumulative Risk Assessment in Wallonia [More Info]
Julien Caudeville, French National Institute for Industrial Environment and Risks (INERIS), France
P02. Air Pollution 2
P02.0940. Short-Term Air Pollution Exposure, Residential Greenspace, Community Deprivation, and Psychiatric Emergency Visits in Children [More Info]
Cole Brokamp, Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, United States
P02.0950. Oxidative Potential of Fresh and Aged Particles from Food-Cooking Emissions [More Info]
Arthur Chan, University of Toronto, Canada
P02.0960. Long-Term Trends of Air Pollution in Thailand and Effects on Health [More Info]
Will Mueller, Institute of Occupational Medicine, United Kingdom
P02.0970. The Hematologic Effects Associated with Ambient BTEX Exposure among the Elderly Residents in Nanjing: A Cross-Sectional Study [More Info]
Hong Sun, Jiangsu provincal center for disease prevention and control, China
P02.0980. Association of Childhood Adversity and Increased Inflammatory Reactivity to Traffic Air Pollution [More Info]
Hector Olvera Alvarez, University of Texas at El Paso, United States
P02.0990. Effects of Outdoor NOx on Indoor Levels of NOx [More Info]
Rachel Golan, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel
P02.1000. Exposures to Traffic-Related Air Pollutants are Associated with Changes in Amino Acid Metabolism [More Info]
Zhanghua Chen, University of Southern California, United States
P02.1010. A New Method to Estimate the Health Effect of Mixtures of Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, and Fine Particulates in 85 U.S. Counties [More Info]
Jia Liu, Johns Hopkins University, United States
P02.1020. An LPW Estimate of the Effects of Annual Exposure to PM2.5 and Ozone on Hospital Admission Rates of Medicare Participants in the Southeast U.S.A. [More Info]
Joel Schwartz, Harvard University, United States
P02.1030. Air Pollution and the Modification by Spatial Synoptic Classification on Mortality [More Info]
Jayeun Kim, Institute of Health and Environment, Seoul National University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1040. Seasonal Analyses of the Association between Prenatal Ambient Air Pollution Exposure and Abnormal Birth Weight in Guangzhou, China [More Info]
Qiong Wang, School of Public Health, Sun Yat-sen University, China
P02.1050. The Body Response Time in Air Pollution on the Risk of Arrhythmia Symptom Exacerbation [More Info]
Jayeun Kim, Institute of Health and Environment, Seoul National University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1060. Assessment of Personal Exposure to Near-Road PM2.5 Combining Measurements and Modelling Data [More Info]
Iván Hernández Paniagua, CENTROMET, Mexico
P02.1070. A Community Driven Initiative to Investigate the Health Impacts of Exposure to Outdoor Air [More Info]
Paleah Moher, CAREX Canada, Simon Fraser University, Canada
P02.1080. The Association of Traffic-Related Air and Noise Pollution with Maternal Blood Pressure in the HOME Study [More Info]
Clara Sears, Brown University, United States
P02.1090. Air Pollution, Land Use, and Complications of Pregnancy [More Info]
Seung-Ah Choe, CHA University, United States
P02.1110.Air Pollution Exposure and Risk of Spontaneous Abortion in the Nurses' Health Study II [More Info]
Audrey Gaskins, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, United States
P02.1120. Exploring Association of Long-Term Ultrafine Particle Exposure with IL-1β [More Info]
Doug Brugge, Tufts University, United States
P02.1140. Air Pollution-Related Health and Health Equity Effects of the United States Economy: 1997-2015 [More Info]
Christopher Tessum, University of Washington, United States
P02.1150. Cardiovascular Mortality Reductions Related to Improved Air Quality Vary by Socioeconomic Status: A Moderated Mediation Analysis [More Info]
Lauren Wyatt, Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education / U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.1160. Source Specific-PM2.5 Associated with Heart Rate Variability in Elderly Adults with Coronary Diseases: A Community-Based Panel Study [More Info]
Xi Chen, Tianjin Medical University, China
P02.1170. Geographically Varied Associations between Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy and Particulate Matter in the Contiguous United States, 1999-2004 [More Info]
Tao Xue, Peking University, China
P02.1180. Assessing Determinants of Sustained Fuel Transitions. [More Info]
John Atkinson, University at Buffalo - SUNY, United States
P02.1190. Characterizing Personal Fine and Ultrafine Particle Exposures among Inner-City Children with Asthma [More Info]
Ehsan Majd, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States
P02.1200. Household Air Pollution and Arthritis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Evidence from the World Health Organization's Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health [More Info]
Shelby Yamamoto, University of Alberta, Canada
P02.1210. Long-Term Exposure to Ambient PM2.5 and Fasting Blood-Glucose in the Elder Cohort [More Info]
Yi Zhang, National Institute of Environmental Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
P02.1220. Effects on Morbidity and Mortality of Critical Episodes of PM2.5 in the City of Medellin, 2015 [More Info]
Juan Piñeros Jiménez, Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia
P02.1230. Identifying Sensitive Windows for Prenatal Particulate Air Pollution Exposure and Relative Leukocyte Telomere Length in Cord Blood [More Info]
Maria Jose Rosa, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, United States
P02.1240. Maternal Exposure to Ambient Ozone and Congenital Diseases in Korea [More Info]
Kyung-Shin Lee, Environmental Health Center, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1250. A Population-Based Study of Traffic-Related and Outdoor Air Pollution during Pregnancy and Autism in Denmark [More Info]
Qi Yan, University of California Los Angeles, United States
P02.1260. Prenatal and Postnatal Ambient Air Pollution Exposure and Weight Growth Trajectories in Early Childhood [More Info]
Anna Rosofsky, Health Effects Institute, United States
P02.1270. Air Pollution Exposure and Biomarkers of Early Effect in Children: The Final Results of the MAPEC_LIFE Project [More Info]
Umberto Gelatti, University of Brescia, Italy
P02.1280. Oxidative Potential and Metals in Ambient Particulate Matter are Associated with Inflammatory and Neural Biomarkers in a Controlled Exposure Study [More Info]
Ling Liu, Health Canada, Canada
P02.1290. A Structural Approach to Analyzing Urban Population Dust Exposure and Its Effect on Daily Morbidity [More Info]
Asfandyar Shahab, Guilin University of Technology-China, China
P02.1300. Associations between High Air Pollutant Levels and Cardiovascular Diseases in Taipei, Taiwan [More Info]
How-Ran Guo, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
P02.1310. Exposure to Ambient Air Pollution Associated with Increased Risk of Incident Diabetes Mellitus: A Population-Based Cohort Study [More Info]
Lauren Paul, Public Health Ontario, Canada
P02.1320.Association of the daily ratio of FEV1 to FVC with the real-time exposure level to indoor PM2.5 and CO2 after controlling for other risk factors in adult non-smoking refractory asthmatics in urban areas of South Korea: Results from Environmental Health Study with Connectivity and Remote Sensing Technologies [More Info]
Sol Yu, National Institute of Environmental Research, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1330.Air Pollution Exposures and Risk of High Blood Pressure in Diabetes Mellitus Patients, China: A Retrospective Cohort Study [More Info]
Kun Chen, Zhejiang University School of Public Health;Research Center for Air Pollution and Health,Zhejiang University, China
P02.1331. Size-Fractionated Particle Number, Length, and Surface Area Concentrations and Daily Mortality in Augsburg, Germany, 2004-2009 [More Info]
Kai Chen, Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany
P02.1340. Implications of Exposure Measurement Error for Interpreting Epidemiological Results for Studies of Exposure to PM, NO2, or SO2: Effect of Error Type on Bias and Coverage Probability [More Info]
Jennifer Richmond-Bryant, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.1350. Maternal Exposure to Ozone and PM2.5 and the Prevalence of Orofacial Clefts in Four U.S. States [More Info]
Ying Zhou, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), United States
P02.1360. Longitudinal Analysis of Particulate Air Pollutants and Executive Function in Southern California Youth [More Info]
Diana Younan, University of Southern California, United States
P02.1370. A Panel Study of Acute Cardiovascular Health Effects in Relation to Exposure to Traffic-Related Air Pollutants and Noise in Toronto, Canada [More Info]
Rita Biel, McGill University, Canada
P02.1380. Evaluate the Validity of Land Use Regression Models for NO2 Based on Routine and Campaign Monitoring Data from an Urban Area of Japan [More Info]
Saori Kashima, Institute of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University, Japan
P02.1390. Social Susceptibility to Multiple Air Pollutants in Cardiovascular Disease [More Info]
Jamie Humphrey, Drexel University, United States
P02.1400. Air Pollution and Childhood Autism Spectrum Disorder in Taiwan [More Info]
How-Ran Guo, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
P02.1410. Ambient Air Pollution and the Risk of Stroke and Atrial Fibrillation: A Population-Based Cohort Study [More Info]
Saeha Shin, Public Health Ontario, Canada
P02.1420. Comparison of Different Hybrid Modeling Methods for the Estimation of Intraurban Air Pollutant Concentrations [More Info]
Inbo Oh, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1440. Land Use Regression Modelling: An Air Pollution Monitor Location Optimization Approach [More Info]
Matthew Adams, University of Toronto Mississauga, Canada
P02.1450. All-Cause Mortality Risks Associated with Long-Term Exposure to Ambient Fine Particulate Matter in the Chinese Healthy Longevity Cohort [More Info]
Tiantian Li, National Institute of Environmental Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
P02.1460. Estimating Concentrations of PM2.5 Species with Random Forest Algorithm across Continental United States during 2005 - 2015 [More Info]
Yang Liu, Emory University, United States
P02.1470. Spatiotemporal Modeling of Oxidative Potential of Ambient Particulate Matter Using Chemical Transport Model-Derived Emission Sources [More Info]
Armistead Russell, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States
P02.1490. The Contribution of Residential Coal Combustion to the Oxidative Potential of Atmospheric Fine Particulate Matter in Beijing, China [More Info]
Xiaoying Li, Colorado State University, United States
P02.1500. Low Vitamin D Levels Are Associated with Elevated Cardiovascular Responses after a Controlled Diesel Exhaust Exposure in Healthy Human Subjects [More Info]
Jaime Mirowsky, SUNY ESF, United States
P02.1510. Household Energy and Health in India: A Situational Assessment and Stakeholder Mapping [More Info]
Bhargav Krishna, Public Health Foundation of India, India
P02.1511. Review of the Acute Effects of the Daily Exposure to Particulate Matter on Lung Function and Lung Inflammation in Healthy Subjects [More Info]
Alan da Silveira Fleck, Université de Montréal, Canada
P02.1520. Integrating Spatiotemporal Variability and Modifiable Factors into Air Pollution Estimates [More Info]
Naomi Zimmerman, University of British Columbia, United States
P02.1530. Ambient Particulate Matter and Cardiovascular Incidence in a Nationwide Cohort in South Korea [More Info]
Sun-Young Kim, National Cancer Institute, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1550. Fine Particulate Matter and Medications Dispensed during and after a Brown Coal Mine Fire: A Time Series Analysis [More Info]
Yuming Guo, Monash University, Australia
P02.1580. A Study on the Key Role of Cadmium Accumulation Induced by PM2.5 Exposure in Renal Injury [More Info]
Xingya Kuang, Yangpu Hospital, Tongji University, China
P02.1590. Exposure to Ambient Ultrafine Particles and Nitrogen Dioxide and Incident Acute Myocardial Infarction and Congestive Heart Failure: A Population-Based Cohort Study [More Info]
Li Bai, Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences, Canada
P02.1600. What Explains LPG Adoption? Role of Culture, Women's Empowerment, and Economics, Using the Indian Human Development Survey, 2005 and 2012 [More Info]
Meenakshi Kushwaha, ILK Consultancy, India
P02.1610. Impact of Global Change in Sulfur Dioxide, Black Carbon and Organic Carbon on PM2.5-Related Premature Mortality and Years Life Lost [More Info]
Xerxes Seposo, Kyoto University, Japan
P02.1620. A Difference in Difference Approach to Estimating the Effect of PM2.5 on Mortality Rates in the Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic U.S. [More Info]
Maayan Yitshak-Sade, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, United States
P02.1630. Metabolic and Pulmonary Health Effects of Ozone and Black Carbon Exposure in Young Adult Runners [More Info]
Vivian Pun, National University of Singapore, Singapore
P02.1640. Use of Spatial Models to Predict Ambient O3 and NOx Concentrations in Tianjin, China [More Info]
Shahir Masri, University of California, Irvine, United States
P02.1650. Effects of Air Pollution While Being Physically Active, the Potential for Modification: A Review of the Literature [More Info]
Stephanie DeFlorio-Barker, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.1660. Intra-Urban Exposure to PM2.5 in Mexico City Associated with Acute Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Mortality from 2004-2013 [More Info]
Iván Gutiérrez-Avila, National Institute of Public Health of Mexico, Mexico
P02.1670. The Association of Long-Term Air Pollution Exposure with Blood Pressure, Vascular Stiffness and Prevalent Hypertension: Results from Compass Cohort Participants. [More Info]
Saira Tasmin, University of Chicago, United States
P02.1680. Effects of Air Pollution on Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease: Using the National Health Insurance Service - National Sample Cohort (NHIS-NSC) Data in Korea [More Info]
Clara Kim, Hallym University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.1690. Effect of Traffic-Related Air Pollution on Spontaneous Baroreceptor Sensitivity: A Trial of In-Vehicle Filtration [More Info]
Michael Young, University of Washington, United States
P02.1700. Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables Might Mitigate the Intermediate-Term Effects of Ambient Particulate Matters on Fasting Blood Glucose, Blood Lipids in Chinese Children [More Info]
Suhan Wang, School of Public Health, Sun Yat-sen University, China
P02.1710. Acute Effects of Ambient Fine Particulate Matter on Blood Pressure: Results from the Airless Study [More Info]
Yiqun Han, King's College London, United Kingdom
P02.1740. Air Pollution Exposure and Pulmonary Vascular Morphology in the Framingham Heart Study [More Info]
Mary Rice, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, United States
P02.1750. Exposure to Ambient PM2.5 during Pregnancy and Preterm Birth in Metropolitan Areas of the State of Georgia [More Info]
Yudan Wei, Mercer University School of Medicine, United States
P02.1760. Air Pollution and Gestational Diabetes in New York City [More Info]
Seung-Ah Choe, CHA University, United States
P02.1770. Studying Symptoms and Risk Perception in a Contaminated Site: A Valuable Connection [More Info]
Fabrizio Minichilli, Environmental Epidemiology Unit, Institute of Clinical Physiology, National Research Council, Italy
P02.1780. Ambient Air Pollution and Emergency Department Respiratory Disease among Adults in Jefferson County, Alabama, U.S.A. [More Info]
Nalini Sathiakumar, University of Alabama at Birmingham , United States
P02.1790. Assessment of Hypothetical Nitrogen Dioxide and Particulate Matter Concentration Interventions on Asthma Incidence in Southern Californian Children: A Causal Inference Approach [More Info]
Erika Garcia, University of Southern California, United States
P02.1800. Exposure to Smoke from a Coal Mine Fire during Infancy and Lung Function Three Years after the Event [More Info]
Fay Johnston, University of Tasmania, Australia
P02.1810. Interaction Effects of Air Pollution and Influenza Vaccination on Allergic Respiratory Diseases and Symptoms in Chinese Children: The Seven Northeast Cities Study [More Info]
Kangkang Liu, Sun Yat-sen University, China
P02.1820. Association of PM2.5 Exposure and Health Outcomes in a Representative Population Sample of the Mexico City Metropolitan Area Using Satellite and Monitor-Based Exposure Estimations [More Info]
Martha Téllez-Rojo, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico
P02.1840. Estimating Asthma, Myocardial Infarction, and Heart Failure Hospitalizations and Emergency Room Visits in New York City from PM2.5 Exposure Using a Bayesian Modeling Approach [More Info]
Eric Hall, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.1850. Persistence of Wildfire-Derived Pollutants in Indoor Environments after 2016 Fort Mcmurray Wildfires [More Info]
Arthur Chan, University of Toronto, Canada
P02.1860. Evaluation of LPG Use as a Clean Cooking Fuel in South West Cameroon: Findings from Community Surveys from the LPG Adoption in Cameroon Evaluation (Lace) Studies [More Info]
Daniel Pope, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
P02.1870. Estimating Fine-Scale Temporal and Spatial Characteristics of SO2 Exposures Using U.S. EPA's Air Pollutants Exposure (APEX) Model [More Info]
Graham Glen, ICF
P02.1880. Infant Exposures to PM-Bound Metals Associated with Household Air Pollution and Cooking [More Info]
Ryan Chartier, RTI International, United States
P02.1900. Symptoms and Behaviors Related to Wildland Fire Smoke Exposure: Data from the EPA Smoke Sense Citizen Science Smartphone Application [More Info]
Steven Prince, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.1910. Volatile Organic Compounds in Homes in Shanghai, China: Identification of Pollutant Sources and Impact of Air Purifier Use on Pollutant Levels [More Info]
Christina Norris, Duke University, United States
P02.1920. Ultrafine and Fine Particulate Matter Levels over Resurfacing Operations at Skating Arenas [More Info]
Sunil Varughese, Public Health Ontario, Canada
P02.1930. A New Method, Ŋ-Indoor Particle Age Method, of Estimating Indoor Airborne SVOC Concentrations [More Info]
Yinping Zhang, Tsinghua University, China
P02.1950. Change in Indoor Formaldehyde Concentration and Prevalence of Subjective Symptoms in Medical Students Exposed to Formaldehyde during Gross Anatomy Dissection Classes, and Effectiveness of Exposure Prevention by Wearing Personal Protective Equipment [More Info]
Mihoko Mori, Kurume University School of Medicine, Japan
P02.1960. Evaluation of Monitoring Data of Persistent Organic Pollutants for Identification of Sources, Pathways and Trends of Environmental and Human Exposure [More Info]
Gerlinde Knetsch, German Environment Agency, Germany
P02.1970. Short-Term PM2.5 Exposure and Cause-Specific Mortality in China: A Multicounty Time-Series Analysis [More Info]
Chen Chen, National Institute of Environmental Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Beijing, China
P02.1980. Effect of Reducing Fine Particle Concentration after Use of Air Purifiers in Hospital: Preliminary Results [More Info]
Jongmin Oh, Ewha Womans University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.2000. Associations between Infant Birth Weight and Seasonal Variations in PM2.5 Exposure during Pregnancy: A Prospective Cohort Study in a Rural Community in China [More Info]
Yan Li, Kunming Medical University, China
P02.2010. Risk of Respiratory Hospital Admissions in the Vicinities of Large-Scale Composting Facilities in England [More Info]
Aina Roca Barceló, UK Small Area Health Statistics Unit, MRC PHE Centre for Environment and Health, Imperial College Lo
P02.2030. Use of Integrated Urban Models to Assess Urban Sustainability and Health Impacts of Future Growth Policies in Canadian Cities [More Info]
Hanna Maoh, University of Windsor, Canada
P02.2040. Residential Proximity to Unconventional Oil and Gas Development and Air Volatile Organic Compound Concentrations in Ohio [More Info]
Elise Elliott, Yale School of Public Health, United States
P02.2050. A Six Months Exposure Assessment of Ambient PM2.5 Concentration in Kampala, Uganda: Preliminary Results from the Eastern Africa Geohealth Hub [More Info]
Lynn Atuyambe, Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda
P02.2060. Effect of Ambient Air Pollution on Respiratory Health of Market Women at Agbogbloshie Food Market, Situated near a Large E-Waste Recycling Site in Accra, Ghana [More Info]
John Arko-Mensah, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Ghana
P02. Global Health, Environmental Health Disparities and Other Social Issues 2
P02.2070. Residential Segregation and Transportation-Related Air Pollution Exposure Disparities in United States Urban Areas, 2000-2010 [More Info]
Lara Clark, University of Washington, United States
P02.2080. Household Air Pollution and Glycated Hemoglobin among Women in Honduras: Baseline Data from Two Seasons [More Info]
Bonnie Young, Colorado State University, United States
P02.2090. Establishing Potential Exposure Contrasts Associated with an LPG Gas Intervention in Biomass Using Homes: Results from Pilot Phase Activities for the HAPIN Trial in Tamil Nadu, India [More Info]
Sankar Sambandam, Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, India
P02.2100. Analysis of PM2.5 Exposure Trends in Indian State Capitals between 2015-16 - an Environmental Justice and Equity Perspective [More Info]
Bhargav Krishna, Public Health Foundation of India, India
P02.2120. Exploring Barriers and Practical Solutions for the Uptake and Use of Clean Cooking through Photovoice Methods: The LPG Adoption in Cameroon Evaluation (LACE) Studies [More Info]
Daniel Pope, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
P02.2130. Characterizing Ambient Air Pollution Exposures, and the Biological Mechanisms Mediating the Associated Health Effects among Street Vendors in Accra (Biommaps Study): A Study Protocol [More Info]
Kofi Amegah, University of Cape Coast, Ghana
P02.2150. Indoor and Outdoor Residential Ammonia Concentrations in a Low-Income Cohort of Children with Asthma in an Area of Intensive Agricultural Production [More Info]
Anne Riederer, University of Washington, United States
P02.2160. Biomass Burning Health Effects on Brazilian Amazon Population [More Info]
Suzana Rodrigues, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil
P02.2170. Assessment of Traditional and LPG Stove Use on Household Air Pollution and Personal Exposures in South West Cameroon [More Info]
Daniel Pope, University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
P02.2180. Vent Pipe Emissions from Storage Tanks at Gas Stations: Implications for Setback Distances [More Info]
Markus Hilpert, Columbia University, United States
P02.2200. A Health Evaluation of Targeted Home Energy Efficiency Upgrades for Disadvantaged Residents in Dublin, Ireland. [More Info]
Paul Wilkinson, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
P02.2210.Refresh the Air for Children Breath: Community Cooking Center is a Paramount Necessity among Climate Refugees in Dhaka [More Info]
Kabirul Ahsan Mollah, Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
P02.2220. Neighborhood Socioeconomic Factors and Cardiovascular Disease: A Cluster Analysis in North Carolina [More Info]
Anne Weaver, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.2230. Environmental Pollution, Mortality Rate and Hospital Admissions in Chilean Communes, 2015 [More Info]
Macarena Valdes, University of Chile Public Health School., Chile
P02.2250. Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Chronic Kidney Disease of Unknown Aetiology in India [More Info]
Cristina O'Callaghan-Gordo, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.2260. Residential Built-Up Area in Relation to Markers of Cardiovascular Health in Peri-Urban South India [More Info]
Cathryn Tonne, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.2270. Biomonitoring Study among People Living near Abandoned Metal Mines in Southern France [More Info]
Amandine Cochet, Santé Publique France, France
P02.2280. Investigation of Cadmium Exposure in Regards to Smoking Status and Moose and Caribou Organs Consumption in Northern Canada [More Info]
Brian Laird, University of Waterloo, Canada
P02.2290. The Great (Cannbis) Smoke Out: Case-Only Analysis of Calls to a Canadian Poison Centre [More Info]
Tom Kosatsky, BCCDC, Canada
P02.2300. Ending Open Defecation: A Struggle to Evoke Behavioral Change [More Info]
Elizabeth Abba, Xavier University Bhubaneswar, India
P02.2310. Assessing the Evolution of Mortality in Spain during and after the Great Recession. a Spatio-Temporal Bayesian Multivariate Age-Period-Cohort Model [More Info]
Marc Saez, University of Girona and CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Spain
P02.2320. Association between Urinary Metal Levels and Chronic Kidney Disease in Residents Living near to a Big Petrochemical Complex [More Info]
Tzu-Hsuen Yuan, Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene , Taiwan
P02.2330. Identification of Vulnerable Communities with High Lead Exposures Residing in Michigan [More Info]
Jianping Xue, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.2340. Mercury Levels in Women and Children from Suriname [More Info]
Jeffrey Wickliffe, Tulane University, United States
P02.2350. Explaining Mercury Levels in Pristine and Gold Mining Impacted Aquatic Ecosystems of Suriname (South America) [More Info]
Paul Ouboter, Anton de Kom University of Suriname, Suriname
P02.2360. Toxic Metals Exposure Biomarkers among Children Living near Battery Recycling Industry [More Info]
Shohreh Farzan, University of Southern California, United States
P02.2380. Heavy Metal Levels and Stunting in Healthy Ugandan Children [More Info]
Emily Moody, Mount Sinai, United States
P02.2390. Identifying Environmental Sources of Metal Mixtures in Bangladesh: A Pilot Study from the Health Effects of Arsenic Longitudinal Study (HEALS) [More Info]
Tiffany Sanchez, Columbia University, United States
P02.2400. Pesticide Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice in the Study of Asian Women, their Offspring's Development and Environmental Exposures: The Sawasdee Birth Cohort Study in Northern Thailand [More Info]
Brittney Baumert, Emory University , United States
P02.2410. Maternal Methylmercury Exposure through Rice Ingestion and Offspring Neurodevelopment in Rural China: A Prospective Cohort Study [More Info]
Sarah Rothenberg, Oregon State University, United States
P02.2420. The Organophosphate Pesticides in Meconium of Neonates Living in Agricultural Areas in Thailand [More Info]
Pornpimol Kongtip, Mahidol University, Thailand
P02.2430. Association between Hepatic Index and Urinary Thiodiglycolic Acid in Residents Living near to a Big Petrochemical Complex [More Info]
Chang-Chuan Chan, Institute of Occupational Medicine and Industrial Hygiene , Taiwan
P02.2440. Biomonitoring of Exposure to Great Lakes Contaminants in New York State Burmese Refugees: Cadmium, Lead, and Mercury [More Info]
Sanghamitra Savadatti, New York State Department of Health, United States
P02.2450. Reliability and Factor Validity of Two Screening Test (Clock and Frontal Assessment Battery [FAB]) of Neuropsychological Effects on Exposed Agricultural Workers from Maule, Chile [More Info]
Boris Lucero, Universidad Catolica del Maule, Chile
P02.2460. Urinary Inorganic Arsenic Concentration and Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder: A Population-Based Analysis in Arica, Chile [More Info]
Maria Munoz, Universidad de Chile, Chile
P02.2470. Association of Early Life Arsenic Exposure with Prehypertension in Adolescents and Young Adults in Rural Bangladesh [More Info]
Md Alfazal Khan, icddr,b, Bangladesh
P02.2491. Groundwater Arsenic and Fasting Blood Glucose in the Context of Other Groundwater Chemicals: A Cross-Sectional Study in Bangladesh [More Info]
Matthew Gribble, Emory University, United States
P02. Prenatal and Early Life Exposures and Effects 2
P02.2500. Early Exposure to Environmental Pollutants and Weight Gain in Children, Rio de Janeiro City, Brazil [More Info]
Ana Oliveira, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil
P02.2510. Alteration of Microbiome in Colostrum and Infant Health Risks from Exposure to HCHs in Mother-Infant Pairs [More Info]
Mengling Tang, Zhejiang University, China
P02.2520. Associations of Gestational and Adolescent Phthalate Exposure with Performance Measures of ADHD Behaviors in Childhood and Adolescence [More Info]
Deborah Watkins, University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States
P02.2540. Prenatal Exposure to Endocrine Disruptors and Markers of Metabolic Syndrome in Preschool Age: A Birth Cohort Study [More Info]
Albino Villarreal, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico
P02.2550. Prenatal Exposure to Manganese and Maternal Psychosocial Stress-Suppression during Pregnancy Jointly Contributes to Restricted Fetal Growth [More Info]
Emilia Pawlowski, University at Albany, United States
P02.2560. Effect of Prenatal Exposure to Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) on Childhood Infectious Diseases up to 7 Years of Age: The Hokkaido Study [More Info]
Yu Ait Bamai, Hokkaido University, Japan
P02.2570. Perinatal Factors and the Development of Childhood Asthma [More Info]
Jiho Lee, University of Ulsan College of Medicine, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.2580. Prenatal Exposure to Environmental Pollutants and Child Development Trajectories through 7 Years [More Info]
Albino Barraza Villarreal, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública, Mexico
P02.2590. Housing Characteristics, Asthma Triggers, and Asthma Outcomes: Data from the American Housing Survey [More Info]
Rachel Long, Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health,
P02.2600. Differences in Characteristics and Risk Factors between Asthmatic Children with and without Atopic March: A Retrospective Cohort Study [More Info]
Ching-Chun Huang, National Taiwan University and National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan
P02.2610. Investigating Children's Exposure to Recycled Tire Rubber Used in Playground Surfacing [More Info]
Eric Hooker, U.S. CPSC, United States
P02.2620. Concentrations of Phthalate Metabolites in Children from Poland [More Info]
Kinga Polanska, Nofer Institute of Occupational Medicine (NIOM), Poland
P02.2630. Impact of Bisphenol A Exposure on Adiposity Trajectory in Early Childhood: A Prospective Cohort Study [More Info]
Youn-Hee Lim, Seoul National University , Korea (the Republic of)
P02.2640. Environmental Health and Neurodevelopment: Buiding and Using Evidence to Motivate Behavior Change to Improve Children's Health [More Info]
Suhela Kapoor, TATA Trust & Public Health Foundation of India, India
P02.2650. Joint and Individual Neurotoxic Effects of Early Life Exposures to a Chemical Mixture: A Multi-Pollutant Approach Combining Ensemble Learning and G-Computation [More Info]
Youssef Oulhote, Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, United States
P02.2660. Selenium Protection Against Methylmercury Adverse Neurodevelopmental Effects in Inuit Children from Nunavik, Northern Quebec, Canada [More Info]
Melanie Lemire, Université Laval, Canada
P02.2670. Early Life Phthalate Exposure and Cognition at Age 8 Years: Identifying Windows of Heightened Vulnerability [More Info]
Medina Jackson-Browne, Brown University, United States
P02.2680. Maternal Plasma Concentrations of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and Breastfeeding Duration in the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort [More Info]
Emma Rosen, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, United States
P02.2690. Childhood Lead Exposure and Anthropometry through Adolescence in Girls [More Info]
Andrea Deierlein, New York University, United States
P02.2700. Newborn Measures of Persistent Chemicals and Early Childhood Growth [More Info]
Edwina Yeung, NICHD, United States
P02.2710. Relative Uptake of Methylmercury was Higher in the Brain of Fetal and Neonate than Weanling and Adult Rats [More Info]
Mineshi Sakamoto, Natinal Institute for Minamata Disease, Japan
P02.2720. Prenatal Exposure to a Mixture of Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) and Child Reading Skills at School Age [More Info]
Aimin Chen, University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, United States
P02.2730. Prenatal Lead Exposure and Elevated Blood Pressure in Children [More Info]
Shohreh Farzan, University of Southern California, United States
P02.2740. Transplacental Transfer Efficiency and Blood Partitioning of Perfluoroalkyl Substances [More Info]
Dania Valvi, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, United States
P02.2750. Early Descriptive Results from the Maternal and Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social Stressors (MADRES) Pregnancy Cohort Study [More Info]
Theresa Bastain, University of Southern California, United States
P02.2760. Prenatal Triclosan Exposure and Thyroid Hormones Measured at Birth [More Info]
Kylie Wheelock, Columbia University, United States
P02.2770. Maternal Race and Fetal Sex Modify the In-Utero Developmental Toxicity of Phthalates [More Info]
Michael Bloom, University at Albany, SUNY, United States
P02.2780. Phthalate Exposure during Pregnancy and Long-Term Weight Gain in Women [More Info]
Yanelli Rodríguez-Carmona, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico
P02.2790. Mixed Metal Exposures and Early Childhood Development [More Info]
Antonio Signes-Pastor, Dartmouth College, United States
P02.2800. Distribution and Predictors of Toxic and Essential Metals in the Cord Blood of Chinese Newborns [More Info]
Monica Silver, University of Michigan, United States
P02.2810.Temporal variability of urinary phenol concentrations with use of personal care products in pregnant women [More Info]
Remy Slama, Inserm, France
P02.2820. Pyrethroid Pesticide is Associated with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptom in 4-Year Old Children [More Info]
Wooseok Lee, Seoul National University College of Medicine, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.2830. Impacts of Prenatal Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons Exposure on Cancer-Related Gene Expression of Fetus [More Info]
Yonghong Li, National Institute of Environmental Health, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, China
P02.2840. Prenatal Lead Exposure and Cord Blood Methylation: An Epigenome-Wide Association Study in the Mexican Progress Cohort [More Info]
Jonathan Heiss, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, United States
P02.2850. Perfluoroalkyl Substances and Thyroid Function in Pregnant Women and their Offspring [More Info]
Thorhallur Halldórsson, University of Iceland, Iceland
P02.2860. Self-Reported Oil Spill Exposure and Birth Outcomes: The Growh Study [More Info]
Emily Harville, Tulane University, United States
P02.2870. Associations between Organophosphate Flame Retardant Exposure during Pregnancy and Reproductive and Thyroid Hormone Levels: A Preliminary Analysis [More Info]
Deborah Watkins, University of Michigan School of Public Health, United States
P02.2880. Dental Amalgams and Risk of Gestational Hypertension in the MIREC Study [More Info]
Louopou Camara, Universite de Montreal, Canada
P02.2890. Trace Elements in Human Milk from Italian Lactating Women: Comparison with Infant Formulas [More Info]
Elena Righi, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
P02. Adult Health Effects of Environmental Exposures 2
P02.2910. Association between Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFASs) and Thyroid Hormones in a High- Exposed Swedish Population [More Info]
Ying Li, University of Guthenberg, Sweden
P02.2920. Association of Perfluoroalkyl Substances with Hyperuricemia and Gout [More Info]
lina Balluz, CDC, United States
P02.2940. A Lifestyle Intervention of Exercise and Diet Attenuates Obesogenic Associations of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances: Results from the Diabetes Prevention Program [More Info]
Andres Cardenas, Harvard Medical School, United States
P02.2960. Aluminum (Al) Level in Blood and the Risk of Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment (AMCI) and Alzheimer's Disease (AD): A Case-Control Study [More Info]
Jee eun Choi, Yonsei University , Korea (the Republic of)
P02.2970. The Involvement of Gene Expression of Heat Shock Proteins in Cd Renal Toxicity [More Info]
Jinyong Lee, Aichi Gakuin University, Japan
P02.2980. Atmospheric Metals and Cancer Incidence in the GAZEL Cohort (1996-2014) [More Info]
Emeline Lequy-Flahault, Inserm, France
P02.2990. Rice Consumption and Incidence of Bladder Cancer in a United States Population [More Info]
Antonio Signes-Pastor, Dartmouth College, United States
P02.3000. Exposures to Paraben and Triclosan and Allergic Diseases in Tokyo: A Cross-Sectional Study [More Info]
Yukihiro Ohya, National Center for Child Health and Development, Japan
P02.3010. Risks of Three Substance Uses, Facial Flushing, Helicobacter Pylori Infection and Upper Digestive Diseases [More Info]
I-Chen Wu, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
P02.3020. Pesticide Use and Lung Cancer Risk in the Korea National Cancer Center Community-Based Cohort Study: A Propensity Score Matching Analysis [More Info]
Byungmi Kim, National Cancer Center Institute, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3030. Hypertension, Cytokines, and Dioxin-Like Compounds in the Anniston Community Health Survey II [More Info]
Marian Pavuk, ATSDR/CDC, United States
P02.3040. Exposure to Asbestos and Colorectal Cancer: A Meta-Analysis [More Info]
Kyeongmin Kwak, Gachon University Gil Medical Center, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3050. County-Level Radon and Incidence of Female Thyroid Cancer in Iowa, New Jersey, and Wisconsin, U.S.A. [More Info]
Jaymie Meliker, Stony Brook University, United States
P02.3060. Liquid Liver Biopsy in Residential Cohort Exposed to Polychlorinated Biphenyls Is Consistent with Steatohepatitis [More Info]
Matt Cave, University of Louisville, United States
P02.3080. Environmental Exposure to Cadmium and Elevated Liver Enzymes in General Population in Republic of Korea [More Info]
Jinsun Kim, National Cancer Center, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3090. Geographic Patterns in U.S. Lung Cancer Incidence by Histologic Type [More Info]
Denise Lewis, National Cancer Institute, United States
P02.3100. The Environment-Wide Approach for the Assessment of the Effect of Environmental Stressors on Overweight, Obesity and Diabetes: A Study on Singletons for the Heals Project [More Info]
Isabella Annesi-Maesano, INSERM & Sorbonne University, France
P02.3110. Association between Concurrent Exposure to Dioxin and Mercury and Metabolic Syndrome in an Endemic Area in Taiwan [More Info]
Chien-Yuan Huang, Chimei medical center, Taiwan
P02.3130. Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields and the Risk of Brain Cancer [More Info]
James Gomes, University of Ottawa, Canada
P02.3140. Association between Blood Lead Levels and Liver Fat Accumulation in Young Adults [More Info]
Alejandra Cantoral, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico
P02.3141.Association between Fluoride Concentration in Public Water Supplies and Beneficial and Adverse Health Outcomes in England: An Ecological Study [More Info]
Tony Fletcher, Public Health England, United Kingdom
P02. Biomarkers of Exposure and Effects 2
P02.3150. German Environmental Specimen Bank: Characteristics of 24-H Urine Samples and Their Relevance for Human Biomonitoring - Experience from 20 Years of Trend Research [More Info]
André Conrad, German Environment Agency (UBA), Germany
P02.3160. Biomarker Assessment of Perfluoroalkyl Substance Exposure: Inter-Individual Differences Revealed by Use of Organic Anion-Inhibiting and Resin-Binding Drugs in a Community Setting [More Info]
Tony Fletcher, Public Health England, United Kingdom
P02.3170. Total X-Ray Fluorescence for the Analysis of Multiple Elements in Dried Blood Spots [More Info]
Veronica Rodriguez Saldana, McGill University, Canada
P02.3180. Exposomic Biomarkers from the Residents in the Coastal Area of the Hebei Spirit Oil Spill [More Info]
Sungkyoon Kim, Seoul National University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3200. Characterization of Chemical Exposures in a Metropolitan Atlanta African American Birth Cohort Using Mass Spectrometry-Based Methods [More Info]
Priya D'Souza, Emory University, United States
P02.3210. Exploration of Potential Biomarkers and Related Biological Pathways for P, P'-DDE Exposure in Maternal Serum [More Info]
Chisato Mori, Chiba University, Japan
P02.3220. Maternal Biomarkers Relevant to Pregnancy and Birth Outcomes [More Info]
James Gomes, University of Ottawa, Canada
P02.3230. Measuring the Responsome: Transcriptional Differences in mRNA Expression by Smoking Status and Obesity as Biomarkers for Human Sensitivity to Environmental Exposures [More Info]
Kristen Malecki, University of Wisconsin, Madison, United States
P02.3240. From Exposure and Health to Action: Human Biomonitoring in Two Flemish Hotspot Areas [More Info]
Elly Den Hond, Provincial Institute of Hygiene (PIH), Belgium
P02.3250. Levels of Contaminants in Human Populations in the Canadian Arctic [More Info]
Cheryl Khoury, Health Canada, Canada
P02.3260. Positive Association between Urinary Concentration of Lead, Cadmium and Subclinical Atherosclerosis in Adolescents and Young Adults [More Info]
Ta-Chen Su, National Taiwan University Hospital, Taiwan
P02.3280. Environmental Exposures during Early-Life and Child Blood Pressure: An Exposome Approach [More Info]
Martine Vrijheid, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.3290. HC-GC-MS Determination of the Inhalational Anesthetic Sevoflurane and its Specific Metabolite Hexafluoroisopropanol (HFIP) in Human Urine: Monitoring of Occupational Background Exposures [More Info]
Frederik Lessmann, Institute for Occupational and Maritime Medicine (ZfAM), University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf
P02.3300. Maternal Swimming Pool Exposure during Pregnancy in Relation to Birth Outcomes and Cord Blood DNA Methylation among Private Well Users [More Info]
Lucas Salas, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, United States
P02.3310. The Early-Life Exposome: Description and Patterns in Six European Countries [More Info]
Ibon Tamayo, Harvard University, United States
P02.3320. Intrusion of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons and their Degradation Products from Contaminated Soil: Measurement of Indoor Air Quality and Biomonitoring by Analysis of End-Exhaled Air [More Info]
Paul Scheepers, Radboudumc, Netherlands
P02.3330. Direct Analysis of Conjugated Metabolites to Evaluate Ortho-Phenylphenol (OPP) Exposure in Human Urine [More Info]
Patrick Bélanger, INSPQ, Canada
P02.3340. Early-Life Environmental Exposure Determinants of Child Cognition and Mental Health [More Info]
Martine Vrijheid, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.3350. Daily Intakes of Phthalates among Japanese Children [More Info]
Shoji Nakayama, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
P02.3360. Lessons Learnt from the First Results of the French National Biomonitoring Program [More Info]
Clémence Fillol, Santé Publique France, France
P02.3370. Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon in Women Living in the Chinese Cities of Baoding and Dalian Regions Revealed by Hair Analysis [More Info]
Brice Appenzeller, Luxembourg Institute of Health, Luxembourg
P02.3380. A Review of Serum Perfluorooctanoic Acid (PFOA) Concentrations over a Four-Year Period [More Info]
Lee Blum, NMS Labs, United States
P02.3390. A Cross-Over Health Intervention Trial of Children Consuming an Organic Diet [More Info]
Konstantinos Makris, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
P02.3410. The Use of Dried Blood Spots for Mercury Assessment in Population-Based Research [More Info]
Andrea Santa-Rios, McGill University, Canada
P02.3420. The Establishment of Simultaneous Analysis Method for Metabolites of Phthalates and Dinch in Human Urine by UHPLC-MS / MS [More Info]
Sungmin Kim, Eulji University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3430. Metabolomics of Childhood Exposure to Perfluorooctanoic Acid: A Cross-Sectional Study [More Info]
Joseph Braun, Brown University, United States
P02.3440. Cross Validation of Biomonitoring Methods for Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Metabolites in Human Urine: Results from the Pilot Phase of the HAPIN Trial in Tamil Nadu, India [More Info]
Naveen Puttaswamy, Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Research Institute, India
P02.3460. Environmental Tobacco Smoke Exposure among Children at 7 Years of Age in Japan: Associated Factors and Urinary Cotinine Levels [More Info]
Machiko Minatoya, Hokkaido University, Japan
P02.3470. Decrease in Urinary Biomarkers of Di-2-Ethylhexyl Phthalate (DEHP) Metabolites and Oxidative Stress in Children after Withdrawal from Exposure to 2011 Taiwan's DEHP-Tainted Food Scandal: A 44-Month Follow-Up [More Info]
Ming-Tsang Wu, Kaohsiung Medical University Hospital, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
P02.3480. Associations between Urinary Organophosphorous Flame Retardant Metabolites and Measures of Adiposity in the U.S. General Population: NHANES 2013-2014 [More Info]
Lesliam Quiros-Alcala, University of Maryland, United States
P02.3490. Pb-Adulterated Turmeric: A Growing Problem [More Info]
Whitney Cowell, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, United States
P02.3500. Urine Collection Methods for Non-Toilet-Trained Children in Biological Monitoring Studies: Validation of a Disposable Diaper for Characterization of Tebuconazole Exposure [More Info]
Paul Scheepers, Radboudumc, Netherlands
P02.3510. Cardiovascular Biomarker Validation in Dried Blood Spots and Plasma for the Household Air Pollution Intervention Network Trial [More Info]
Savannah Gupton, Emory University, United States
P02.3520. The Value of Population Cohorts and Biobank Resources to Address Environmental Health Issues: The Cartagene Platform [More Info]
Nolwenn Noisel, CARTaGENE, CHU Sainte-Justine, Canada
P02. Risk Assessment and Policy 2
P02.3530. Stochastic Modeling of Exposure to Chemicals in Consumer Products [More Info]
Olivier Jolliet, University of Michigan, United States
P02.3550. Spatiotemporal Augmented Representation of Indoor Air Quality as a Tool for Decision Making [More Info]
Nastaran Arfaei, Harvard University, United States
P02.3570. Effects of High Intensity Local Exposure of a 10 Ghz-Electromagnetic Field on Glial Activity in Rat Brain [More Info]
Hiroshi Masuda, Kurume University School of Medicine, Japan
P02.3580. Estimates of Exposure to Chemical Threat Agent Surrogates in the United States, 2012 [More Info]
Dulaney Wilson, Medical University of South Carolina, United States
P02.3590. The Federal Research Action Plan on Recycled Tire Crumb Used on Synthetic Turf Playing Fields and Playgrounds: Tire Crumb Rubber Characterization and Exposure Study Recruitment Strategy and Questionnaire [More Info]
Kelsey Benson, CDC/ATSDR, United States
P02.3610. Relative Oral Bioavailability of Cobalt and Nickel in Residential Soil and Dust Affected by Metal Grinding Operations [More Info]
Caroline Ring, ToxStrategies, Inc., United States
P02.3620. Emerging Regulatory Issues and Exposure Assessment of Furfuryl Alcohol [More Info]
Jamie Schenk, Exponent, Inc., United States
P02.3650. Fluoride Levels in Mexican Foods and Beverages [More Info]
Lynda Luna Villa, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico
P02.3660. Hexabromocyclododecane Transfer from Flame-Retarded Curtains to Attached Dust [More Info]
Takeo Sakurai, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Japan
P02.3670. Identification of Cells Involved in the Induction of TNF-Α Expression by Methylmercury in the Mouse Brain and Its Molecular Mechanisms [More Info]
Gi-Wook Hwang, Tohoku University, Japan
P02.3680. Mapping Soil Heavy Metal Levels in England and Wales for Application in Public Health [More Info]
Annalisa Sheehan, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
P02.3710. Living and Working Conditions of Children and Adolescents Inserted in the Outsourcing Informal and Household Productive Arrangement of Jewelry and Fashion Jewelry in Brazil [More Info]
Kelly Polido Kaneshiro Olympio, School of Public Health, Brazil
P02.3720. On the Estimation and Use of Dermal Permeability Coefficients [More Info]
John Kissel, U. of Washington, United States
P02.3730. The Use and Misuse of Bradford Hill in American Tort Law [More Info]
Raymond Neutra, California Department of Public Health (Retired), United States
P02.3740. Non-Linear Model Analysis of the Relationship between Cholinesterase Activities in Rats Exposed to 2, 2-Dichlorovinyl Dimethylphosphate and its Metabolite Concentrations in Urine [More Info]
Hirotaka Sato, Nagoya City University , Japan
P02.3750. Cumulative Risk Assessment Based on Human Biomonitoring Data for Three Anti-Androgenic Phthalates Using the Maximum Cumulative Ratio in Iranian Children [More Info]
Maryam Zare Jeddi, Wageningen University and Research, Netherlands
P02.3770. Emerging Compounds in Standard Reference Material 2585 Organic Contaminants in House Dust [More Info]
Jessica Reiner, NIST, United States
P02.3780. Data Quality Evaluation for Epidemiologic Studies Under Amended TSCA [More Info]
Francesca Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), United States
P02.3790. Spatial Analysis of Environmental Inequalities with Biomonitoring Data: A Cumulative Risk Assessment [More Info]
Florent Occelli, University of Lille, France
P02.3800. Research, Communication, and Policy Change: PFAS in Food Contact Materials [More Info]
Tom Bruton, Green Science Policy Institute, United States
P02.3830. Evaluation of Potential Health Risk of Non-Intentionally Added Substance (NIAS) Food Contact Material [More Info]
Deborah Lander, Chemours Company, United States
P02.3850. Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance Attributed to Electromagnetic Fields in Magnetic Resonance Imaging Examinees [More Info]
Chang-Chih Tsai, Chi-Mei Medical Center, Taiwan
P02.3860. Concentrations of Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disruption Effects in Water Extract Samples in a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation of Korea [More Info]
Kyunghee Ji, Yongin University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.3910. Careful - Causal Reasoning for Human Health in Experimental Toxicology and Epidemiology: A Joint Case Study on PFOA [More Info]
Rob Jongeneel, National Institute for Public Health and Environmental Protection, Netherlands
P02.3920. The Class Concept: Better Policy and Purchasing for Organohalogens [More Info]
Arlene Blum, University of California, Berkeley, and Green Science Policy Institute, United States
P02.3930. Strategic Communication of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology [More Info]
Virginia Guidry, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, United States
P02.3940. Active Machine Learning in Systematic Literature Reviews: Bias, Fixes, and Appropriate Use [More Info]
Cara Henning, ICF, United States
P02.3950. High Dimension Biological Analysis of Carbon Nanotube Toxicity [More Info]
Spyros Karakitsios, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
P02.3960. Multi-Criteria Assessment of Household Preferences for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions: An Analysis of Household Survey Data from Four European Cities [More Info]
Paul Wilkinson, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
P02.3970. Stakeholder Engagement for Decision-Making on Urban Air Pollution Control [More Info]
Nelzair Vianna, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Brazil
P02.4000. Evaluation of the Applicability and Reliability of Environmental Exposure Models for Nanomaterials to Regulatory Risk Assessment [More Info]
Natasha Chander, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada
P02.4010. Case Studies of Human Integrated Risk Assessment for Phthalates and PFCs in Korea [More Info]
Jong-Hyeon Lee, EH R&C Co., Korea (the Republic of)
P02.4020. Vulnerable Populations and Personal Care Products: The Role of Estimating Exposure to Products Used Primarily by Infants and Young Children [More Info]
Sandra Kuchta, Health Canada, Canada
P02.4030. Canadian Specific Exposure Factors for Certain Personal Care Products [More Info]
Leona MacKinnon, Health Canada, Canada
P02.4040. Health and Security in a Global Digital Transforming Society: Risks and Opportunities [More Info]
Yuri Bruinen de Bruin, European Commission, Italy
P02.4050. Nitrogen Dioxide: From Science to Policy [More Info]
Ninon Lyrette, Government of Canada, Canada
P02.4060. A General Framework to Deal with Uncertainty in Expert Panel Risk Assessment [More Info]
Sandrine Fraize-Frontier, Anses, France
P02.4070. Reviews in Environmental Health: How Systematic are they? [More Info]
Juleen Lam, University of California, San Francisco, United States
P02. Occupational Issues 2
P02.4080. Network on the Coordination and Harmonisation of European Occupational Cohorts (OMEGA-NET) [More Info]
Michelle Turner, Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal), Spain
P02.4090. Multicomponent Monitoring for Safety Management of Greasepaints [More Info]
Wanseo Kim, Eulji University, Korea (the Republic of)
P02.4120. Breast Cancer Risk by Occupation in Females and Males in Ontario, Canada: Results from the Occupational Disease Surveillance System (ODSS), 1983-2016 [More Info]
Jeavana Sritharan, Cancer Care Ontario, Canada
P02.4140. Occupational Noise Exposure is Associated with Hypertension in China: Results from Project ELEFANT [More Info]
Hyang-Min Byun, Newcastle University, United Kingdom
P02.4150. The Role of School Environments and Occupational Stressors for Michigan Public School Teachers: An Assessment of Stress and Health [More Info]
Mozhgon Rajaee, Oakland University, United States
P02.4170. The Influence of Vitamin D Receptor, Metallothionein 1A and 2A Gene Polymorphisms on the Lead Toxicity to the Sensory Nervous System in the Chronic Lead- Exposed Workers [More Info]
Hung-Yi Chuang, Kaohsiung Medical University, Taiwan
P02.4190. Exposure to Metal Fume Particulate Matter and Receptor for Advanced Glycation End Products in Shipyard Welders [More Info]
Min-Chien Lo, National Defense Medical Center, Taiwan
P02.4200. Quantification of Trisaminohexyl Isocyanurate (TAHI) as a Biomarker of HDI Isocyanurate Exposure in the Plasma and Urine of Automotive Spray Painters [More Info]
Leena Nylander-French, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, United States
P02.4210. Exposure to Metal Fume Particulate Matter and NO in Exhaled Breath in Shipyard Welders [More Info]
Kuan-Yu Shen, National Defense Medical Center, Taiwan
P02.4220. Chemical Exposure Related to Occupational Environment of Woven Fabric Workers, Northern of Thailand [More Info]
Kamphon Saeng-Iam, Thammasat University, Thailand
P02.4250. Reduction in County Population Rates of Sinonasal Cancer Following Improvements in Industrial Hygiene at a Nickel Refinery [More Info]
Tom Grimsrud, Cancer Registry of Norway, Norway
P02.4260. Carcinogenicity of Styrene [More Info]
Nadia Vilahur, International Agency for Research in Cancer, Sweden
P02.4270. Depression and Related Risk Factors among High Tech Workers in Southern Taiwan [More Info]
Chien-Yuan Huang, Chimei medical center, Taiwan