Toxics in Everyday Life

June 9, 2017
UCLA School of Law (Rm 1357) 385 Charles E. Young Drive East Los Angeles, CA 90095
Symposium

Toxics in Everyday Life

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In this day of learning and discussion, we will explore core questions such as:

1) What are “toxics”?
2) Where can they be found?
3) How are you affected as an individual or worker?
4) What can consumers do to protect themselves?
5) What are businesses and advocacy groups doing to change things?

Featuring presentations and panels with:

Bernard Goldstein, M.D. 
University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health

Michael Jerrett, Ph.D.
Director, UCLA Center for Occupational & Environmental Health
Chair, UCLA Environmental Health Sciences Department

Patrick Allard, Ph.D.                                                                                                   
UCLA Center for Occupational & Environmental Health
UCLA Institute for Society & Genetics                            

Timothy Malloy, J.D.
UCLA Center for Occupational & Environmental Health
UCLA School of Law

Barbara Harthorne, Ph.D.
UC Santa Barbara NSF Center for Nanotechnology in Society

Teni Adewumi, MS
UCLA Center for Occupational & Environmental Health
UCLA Environmental Health Sciences Department

Ann Blake, Ph.D. 
Ann Blake Environmental & Public Health Consulting 

Avery Lindeman, MSc
Deputy Director, Green Science Policy Institute

Jennifer McPartland, Ph.D.
Environmental Defense Fund

Margaret H. Whittaker, Ph.D., M.P.H., CBiol., F.R.S.B., E.R.T., D.A.B.T.
ToxServices LLC

Martha Argüello
Physicians for Social Responsibility, Los Angeles

Kathryn Alcantár 
Californians for a Healthy & Green Economy

Katie Pelch
TEDx

and posters by COEH's student project awardees.