Date: 22 Oct - 26 Oct 2018
Registration Last Date: 18 May 2018

 

For more information on teaching faculty

  • Cathryn Tonne, Associate Research Professor Barcelona Institute for Global Health( ISGlobal)
  • Laura Beane-Freeman, Senior Investigator, National Cancer Institute, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch
  • Miranda Loh, Senior Scientist, Institute of Occupational Medicine, Centre for Human Exposure Science

Learning objectives

  • To understand the principles of environmental exposure assessment
  • To understand how different methods relate to epidemiological study design
  • To interpret real data on a range of environmental exposures
  • To use theory/methods in practical application

Course Outline

  • Principles of exposure assessment for environmental epidemiology
  • Trade-offs between sources of exposure data
  • Exposure assessment for outdoor and household air pollution
  • Application of Geographic Information Systems
  • Water intake and contamination
  • Biomonitoring
  • Pesticides
  • Personal exposure monitoring
  • Small sensor platforms

Send your completed applications to

Suganthi.jaganathan@phfi.org
(Please mention “short course on environmental exposure assessment” in the subject line)

*Registrations: closed

Target audience

Researchers (Masters-level training and above) working in environmental health and epidemiology

Pre-requisites

Knowledge in Basic Epidemiology & Bio-statistics