As part of the IHE-Lead program, we run a monthly seminar series that is open to the GT public. Speakers across GT colleges will talk about their research at the interface of human and environmental health, and discuss opportunities and challenges for translating scholarly work into actions with public impact and visibility. Our seminar series provides an opportunity for trainees and experts across GT colleges to exchange ideas and create new connections to work toward a shared goal of improving human and environmental health.
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|date||time (in ET)||speaker||topic||room|
|9/8/2022 (Thu)||2:30pm-4pm||Joshua Weitz||Pandemic Models and Mitigation: Translating Epidemic Principles into Practice||EBB 1005|
|9/21/2022 (Wed)||10am-11:30am||Annalisa Bracco||Indian Ocean interannual to decadal variability and malaria outbreaks in India||IBB Suddath room|
|10/20/2022 (Thu)||2:30pm-4pm||Katy Graham||Wastewater-based epidemiology for public health: the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond||IBB Suddath room|
|11/16/2022 (Wed)||10am-11:30am||Greg Gibson||Integrating genes and the environment into predictive health||Howey N201|
|12/15/2022 (Thu)||2:30pm-4pm||Laura Taylor||Air quality and birth outcomes: an economist’s approach to identifying causal effects||EBB 1005|
|1/25/2023 (Wed)||10am-11:30am||Clio Andris||Spatial Social Network Analysis||IBB Suddath room (#1128)|
|3/2/2023 (Thu)||2:30pm-4pm||Bethany Caruso||Making Gender Visible in Water and Sanitation Research and Programming||TSRB 132|