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Health consequences of pollutants: How statistics help us making the right choices

Time Thursday 22 September, 2022 at 13:30 - 15:00
Place Triple Helix, the University Management buildning

Dr. Joel Schwartz is Professor of Environmental Epidemiology at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Link to his website on Harvard

He has a long history of using statistical methods to clarify major health effects of environmental pollution. Among other things, he is known for studies of the impact of air pollutants on health, for data modelling in environmental epidemiology, and for data analyses during the 20th century that was instrumental for the ban of lead in gasoline.


Please register in the form below. Last day for registration is 19 September. In connection with the seminar, coffee will be served. Notify special diet requirements via e-mail to Kristina Lindblom.

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