9:00 Welcome and introductions. George Alexeeff, PhD. Director, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA)
9:10 Session I. Emerging Research Relevant to Cumulative Impacts and Children's Environmental Health. Moderator: Mark Miller, MD, MPH.
Impacts of Multiple Environmental, Chemical, and Non-Chemical Stressors on Lung Development and Urban Asthma. Rosalind J. Wright, MD, MPH. Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York
Cumulative Impacts of Chemical and Non-Chemical Stressors on the Brain.
Deborah A. Cory-Slechta, PhD. University of Rochester School of Medicine
The Exposome and Early Life Exposures. Martyn T. Smith, PhD. Professor of Toxicology. University of California, Berkeley
Discussion among Participants
11:45 Lunch (on your own)
1:00 Session II. Considering Cumulative Impacts for Children: Perspectives from Children's Environmental Health Research Centers
Moderator: Lauren Zeise, PhD. OEHHA
Application of a Cumulative Impact Framework to Understand Environmental Exposures and Social Stressors in an Agricultural Community. Asa Bradman, PhD MPH. Center for Environmental Research for Children's Health. UC Berkeley.
Current State of the Evidence on Environmental Exposures and Autism. Irva Hertz-Picciotto, PhD. MIND Institute. University of California Davis.
Integrating Temporal and Systems Based Models for Detecting Cumulative Impacts: Lessons from the Pacific Northwest Children's Health Research Center. Elaine M. Faustman, PhD. Professor, University of Washington.
Approaches to Considering Cumulative Exposures for Children. Todd Whitehead, PhD. Center for Integrative Research on Childhood Leukemia and the Environment, University of California, Berkeley.
Identifying Cumulative Exposures to Chemicals During Pregnancy. Tracey Woodruff, PhD MPH. Professor, UCSF Formative Center.
Discussion among Participants
9:10 Session III. Cumulative Metrics and Findings for Children: Air Pollution Melanie Marty, PhD. Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
New Findings from the Children's Health and Air Pollution Study (CHAPS)
Part I. Multi-pollutant Exposures and Pre Term Birth.
Amy Padula, PhD. Stanford University
Part II. The Effect of Chronic Exposure to PAHs on Lung Function in Children.
John Balmes, MD. UCB and UCSF.
Near-Roadway Pollution and Childhood Asthma: Implications for Developing “Win-Win” Compact Urban Development and Clean Vehicle Strategies.
Rob S. McConnell, MD. Professor of Preventive Medicine, USC.
10:45 How Do We Address Cumulative Impacts for Children?
Moderator: Amy D Kyle, PhD MPH. UC Berkeley.
Comments from Discussants:
** Rachel Morello-Frosch, PhD MPH. Professor, University of California, Berkeley.
** Joseph K. Lyou, PhD. President and CEO, Coalition for Clean Air.
** Gina Solomon, MD MPH. Deputy Secretary for Science and Health, Cal EPA.
** Bonnie Holmes-Gen. American Lung Association, Sacramento.
Discussion and Comments from All Participants: Identifying Future Directions
12:00 Wrap up
Organized by CIRCLE, OEHHA, and the UCSF Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit.