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Presented By: Michigan Lifestage Environmental Exposures and Disease Center

Innovations in Relating Real Life Exposures to Chemicals and Chemical Mixtures to Health Outcomes

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Tentative Symposium Schedule

1:00-1:05 - Introduction
1:05-1:30 - Dr. Andreas Kortenkamp, Brunel University: “Male reproductive health – a bad cocktail of endocrine disruptors”
1:30-1:55 - Dr. Jodi Flaws, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: “Applying real life phthalate mixtures from an Illinois pregnancy cohort to toxicological models”
1:55-2:20 - Dr. Laura Vandenberg, University of Massachusetts Amherst: “The mammary gland is a sensitive organ: lessons learned from fracking chemical mixtures”
2:00-2:55 - Dr. Paul Fowler, University of Aberdeen: “Exposure to the complex mixture of environmental chemicals found in human biosolids”
2:55-3:20 - Dr. Jyotsna Jagai, University of Illinois at Chicago: “Cumulative environmental quality and diabetes rates and control”
3:20-3.35 - Questions
3:35-4:00 - Panel Discussion, featuring: Dr. Jennifer McPartland, Environmental Defense Fund, Dr. Natalie Sampson, University of Michigan, Dr. Zorimar Rivera-Núñez, Rutgers University
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