Studying Human Health and the Environment
The International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) provides a forum for the discussion of problems unique to the study of health and the environment. With membership open to environmental epidemiologists and other scientists worldwide, ISEE provides a variety of forums for discussions, critical reviews, collaborations and education on issues of environmental exposures and their human health effects.
Students and New Researchers Network
The SNRN is open to students, postdoctoral trainees and new researchers in environmental epidemiology or related disciplines.
ISEE Awards Committee presents several annual awards. Learn more about our awards.
The following awardees were honored August 31 - September 3, 2015 at the ISEE 27th Annual Conference in
John Goldsmith Award for Outstanding Contributions to Environmental Epidemiology
This award recognizes environmental epidemiologists who, like John Goldsmith, serve as models of excellence in research, unwavering promotion of environmental health, and integrity. Learn more
Rebecca James Baker Award
To honor Rebecca's memory and to encourage students and new investigators to follow her example, the Rebecca James Baker Memorial Prize is awarded each year at the ISEE annual conference. Learn more
Best Environmental Epidemiology Paper
2015 Award: Yumin Zhou, Yimin Zou, Xiaochen Li, Shuyun Chen, Zhuxiang Zhao, Fang He,
The Best Environmental Epidemiology Paper award aims to recognize excellence in the field of environmental epidemiology and encourage the publication of outstanding papers. Learn more
Outstanding Abstracts and Student Posters
ISEE recognizes new researchers and students at each annual conference with awards for outstanding abstracts and student posters. Awards are given to the first author of an accepted abstract or poster presented at the conference.
2015 Outstanding Abstracts by Young Investigators
2015 Outstanding Student Posters
Lauren H. Wyatt: Characterizing Temporal Mercury Exposure From Hair in Women of Child Bearing Age Exposed to Mercury from Regional Gold Mining in Madre de Dios, Peru.
Melanie D. Napier: Exposure to Human Source Associated Fecal Indicators and Self-Reported Illness among Bathers at Recreational Beaches.
Honghyok Kim: Study on Population, Environmental Exposure and Estimated Relative Risk in Time-Series Analysis.
ISEE members receive a free print and online subscription to Epidemiology, the official journal of ISEE. Published six times yearly, Epidemiology is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes original research on the full spectrum of epidemiologic topics. Read more about Epidemiology