ISEE Global Education Videos
Joel Schwartz: Regression analysis
Joel Schwartz: Assumptions of linear regression - Grimm‘s Fairy Tales for Epidemiologists
Joel Schwartz: To estimate coefficients in a regression analysis
Joel Schwartz: Confounding and variable selection
Joel Schwartz: Effect modification
Joel Schwartz: Logistic regression analysis
Joel Schwartz: Introduction to generalized linear models
Joel Schwartz: Survival analysis - Part 1
Joel Schwartz: Survival analysis - Part 2
Joel Schwartz: Survival analysis - Part 3
Joel Schwartz: Poisson time series
Joel Schwartz: Air pollution and health
Annette Peters: Air pollution – one of the world‘s top killers: the scientific evidence.
Yun-Chul Hong & Beate Ritz: How does dirty air affect children‘s health?
Kalpana Balakrishnan: Household energy and how to move household air pollution to the top of the global air pollution agenda?
Kirk Smith: Dangerous smoke in and around the home.
Mark Nieuwenhuijsen: Main sources of urban air and climate pollutants and possibilities for action to clean the air.
Nino Künzli: Country legislation and WHO AQ guidelines.
Barbara Hoffmann: Evidence of the impacts of air pollution on NCDs even at low level concentrations.
Joel Schwartz: Evidence on health effects of acute air pollution exposure and the groups that are sensitive.
Paolo Saldiva: The effects of air pollution on the body: the pathologist‘s perspective.
Wei Huang: Air cleaning and personal protection: Is risk reduced?
Air pollution and COVID 19 - Clearing the air and charting a post pandemic course
Frank Kelly - Airborne microplastics: Are they the new enemy?
Lidwien Smit - Assessing environmental factors in COVID-19 outbreaks: A One Health perspective
Francesco Forastiere - Evidence Synthesis in Environmental Epidemiology
Cathryn Tonne - Rethinking urban environments and health
John P.A. Ioannidis- Reproducible science for knowledge and decision-making
Maria Elisa Quinteros Caceres- Reinforcing democratic structures to protect environment and health
Ana V. Diez-Roux- Urban Living and Health Equity: Opportunities for Environmental Health Research
Gabriel Leung - School Closure for COVID-19 Control
Michelle Bachelet Jeria- Advancing Environmental Health in a Changing World
Soledad Garcia Munoz - Human Rights and Environment
Nigel French- Epidemiology for One Health: Applying New Tools
Jeffrey Shaman - Meteorological Determinants of Influenza and SARS-CoV-2 Survival and Transmission
Audrey De Nazelle - Cities and Health: The Case for a Systems Approach to Urban Policies
Ulrike Gehring - Coming of Age: Birth Cohorts on Air Pollution and Lung Health
Ho Kim - Rapid Changes of Population and Environments in East Asia and Public Health Implications
Manolis Kogevinas - Global Drinking Water: Infections, Chemicals or Nothing
Martine Vrijheid - The Exposome and Child Health – What Have We Learned?
Dr. Jesse Berman & Dr. Yanguang Wei - ISEE 2020 BEEP Awardees
Dr. Lianne Sheppard - ISEE 2020 Research Integrity Awardee
Dr. Yuming Guo - ISEE 2020 Tony McMichael Awardee
Dr. Kaitlin Kelly-Reif - ISEE 2020 Rebecca James Baker Awardee
Dr. Manolis Kogevinas - ISEE 2020 John Goldsmith Awardee
Virtual 2020 Pre-conference Courses
Lauren Wyatt - Data Visualization for Environmental Epidemiology with ggplot2
David F. Goldsmith - Silica Exposure and Disease State of the Art
Kelvin Fong, Peter James & Hari Iyer - Scaling up Spatial Analyses: Using Google Earth Engine for Satellite Imagery Retrieval, Processing, and Analysis
Dan Shaughnessy - New Approaches for Assessing DNA Repair Capacity and Genome Integrity in Individuals for Clinical and Population-Based Studies
Abigail Nastan - The Early Adopters Program for the NASA Multi-Angle Imager for Aerosols (MAIA)
Jeanette Stingone - Maximizing reuse of existing environmental health data (HHEAR)
Alex Keil - Casual Inference for Exposure Mixtures
Adetoun Mustapha - Challenges and Prospects of Environmental Epidemiology in Africa
Kalpana Balakrishnan - Creating Seamless Breathing Spaces: Air Pollution in India
Kristie Ebi - Protecting and Promoting Health in the Anthropocene
Eriel Deranger: Tar Sands Operations and Waterborne Exposure and Subsistence Food Supply in Canada
Gina McCarthy: Climate Change: the Greatest Public Health Challenge of Our Time
Maria Neira: WHO Global Strategy on Health, Environment and Climate Change
Paul Demers: The Role of Occupational Studies in Expanding Our Knowledge of Environmental Carcinogens
Shoji Nkayama: How Can Birth Cohort Studies Contribute to Knowledge and Policies of the World to Reduce Risks of Emerging Contaminants?
Mark Nieuwenhuijsen: Pathways to Healthy Urban Living; Making an Impact (John Goldsmith Awardee)
Petros Koutrakis: Assessing Exposures and Effects of Particle Radioactivity (Excellence in Exposure Science Awardee)
Rudolfo Saracci: The hazards of hazard identification
Shira Kramer: Taking sides in the courtroom: the epidemiologist as expert and advocate
Roel Vermeulen: OMICS and Environmental Health: delineation from exposure to disease
Joel Schwartz: Causal modelling in Environmental Epidemiology
Andy Haines: What are the prospects for health after the Paris climate conference?
Donna J Vorhees: What does the science behind hydraulic fracturing headlines tell us about health risk?
Donna Mergler: Gender-based analysis of environmental factors
Annette Peters: Air pollution and health effects: what we know and what we should know
Pier Alberto Bertazzi: Industrial disasters: the Seveso accident and its 40-year legacy
Philippe Grandjean: Environmental Epidemiology – lost in translation?
Learning from COVID19 pandemic: opportunities and challenges for young environmental epidemiologists
Health effects of transport noise & Mathematical modelling in infections and global health
Keynotes Virissa Lenters & Nina Iszatt - Speed-talk finals - Awards - Good bye
Annette Peters: Environmental Stress and Common Disease: Role of the (Genome and) Epigenome
Cathryn Tonne: Planetary health: What does it mean for environmental epidemiologists?
Panel Discussion Communicating Science Part 1
Panel Discussion Communicating Science Part 2
Panel Discussion Communicating Science Part 3
Beate Ritz: Air pollution and reproductive outcomes: is there anything left for us to do?
Ana Maria Vicedo-Cabrera: Temperature-related health risks: current and future impacts
Nina Iszatt: Environmental contaminants in breast milk and gut microbiota composition in infants
PFAS exposure and type 2 diabetes risk across the life-course: the human metabolome
Media Training 101, November 2019
Public Comment 101, December 2019
Joel Kaufman - A conversation with EHP's Editor-in-Chief
George Thurston & Francine Laden: All Things NIH Study Section
Rachel Morello-Frosch - Environmental Justice
Abee Boyes, Carol Shreffler, Joan Casey - NIH K99/R00 Awards
A. Zota, A. Pollack, A. Wesselink & B. Claus Henn - Uterine leiomyomata and the environment, new insights
Max Aung - Exploring bioactive lipids as potential mechanistic links for the human exposome
Dr. Lara Cushing - ISEE Inaugural Best Justice Award Paper video
Kelly Ferguson - Phtalates and preterm birth: A pooled analysis of 16 US cohorts
Catherine Callahan - Strategies for enhancing peer review as a reviewer and author
Joan Casey, Dana Goan, Joel Schwartz - Causal Inference for Environmental Policy
Writing and publishing environmental epidemiology papers
Beate Ritz & Brian Schwartz: Behind the academic curtain
Jill Johnston- Neighborhood Oil Drilling, Community-driven research and respiratory health
Diana Pacyga- Gestational phtalate/replacement exposure
Satoshi Nakai: Advances in exposure assessment of air pollution and PM2.5
Eward A. Emmett: Using epidemiology to address community environmental health issues
Benoit Nemery: Exposure to trace metals and adverse health effects of mining in the DR Congo
Chang-fu Wu: Air pollution and PM2.5 in urban areas: sources and receptors
Pi-I Lin: Phthalate exposure among pregnant women in Bangladesh
Pei-Jen Lee: Air pollution during pregnancy and allergic sensitization at birth
Chin-Li Lu: Associations of maternal urine levels of phthalate metabolites with newborn‘s sex hormones
Chia-Jung Hsieh: Exposure determinants of phthalates among pregnant women in Taiwan
Ming Tsang Wu: Overview of study design and method on Taiwan Maternal and Infant Cohort Study (TMICS)
Wilfried Karmaus: Epigenetic studies in environmental health sciences
Shu-Li Julie Wang: Is prenatal exposure a life-long fate? Early life environmental factors and later health outcomes
Ho Kim: Can we decide our future? Topics of projection studies of climate change and health
Jamal Hisham Hashim: Health impact of climate change in Southeast Asia
Xerxes Seposo: Efficiency of local decision making units in addressing temperature-related risks in the Philippines
Nai-Tzu Chen: Long-term exposure to temperature associated with the incidence of major depressive disorder
Aussie Tahta Maharani: Developing weather-based predicting model for dengue fever outbreaks in Solomon Islands
Pei-Chen Lee: Associations between prenatal, childhood ambient air pollution exposure and childhood mental development in Taiwan
Beate Ritz: Air pollution and autism in Denmark
Chung-Yi Li: Suicide methods by adolescents: the roles of environmental accessibility and social learning
Bin Jalaludin: Healthy urban environments – global and local
Linsey C Marr: Factors shaping the human exposome in the built environment
Chang-Chuan Chan: Public health study in petrochemical complex: an exposure and epidemiology approach
Yun-Chul Hong: Regional status and suggested strategy: research and policy for Asia-Pacific region
Beate Ritz: Air pollution and reproductive outcomes: Is there anything left to do?
Joel Schwartz: Changes and opportunities in estimating the direct effects of climate on health
Y Leon Guo: Changing environment and proposed strategies for future generation health
Chin Yu Hsu: Field study on online monitoring network of air toxics and source tracking at petrochemical industrial park
Guy B Marks: From science to policy: environmental epidemiology for protection of human health
Catherine Ngila & Adetoun Mustapha - Professional Development and Research Funding Opportunities in Africa
Claudia Thompson, Bonnie Joubert & Adetoun Mustapha - Research funding opportunities for Africa in NIH/NIEHS
Jane Schroeder - What makes a good paper?
Makyba Charles-Ayinde - Research Funding Opportunities for Africa: The Belmont Forum
ISEE Africa Chapter Short Course "Environmental Epidemiology" November 2019
Kiros Berehane: 01 Data management & data analysis
New Results on Health Effects at Low Air Pollution Levels in 28 Million Participants Across Europe
Climate Change, Air Quality, and Health
From Evidence to Action: Synthesizing Air Quality Evidence Relevant to Public Health
Environmental Health Research and Communities: Stories of Successes and Challenges
The COVID 19 Pandemic, Air Pollution, and Health Lessons from Around the Globe
From Global to Local: Informing Air Quality Policies and Decision Making
Early Career Researcher Spotlight
What We Have Learned about Effects on Health at Low Levels of Exposure
Brain Health and Air Pollution
Inequalities of Air Pollution Exposures and Associated Health Effects in the U.S.
Particle Components and Associated Health Effects: Then and Now
The Big Deal about Big Data, Causal Inference, and Accountability Research
Understanding Ultrafine Particles and Health: How Can We Make Progress?
HEI webinar: Health Effects of Traffic-related Air Pollution