2010 Winter-Spring Series

Thu Jan 21 2010 04:10 PM  

Local Knowledge and the Use of Photovoice:Building community capacity for environmental health promotion in the neighbourhood of Parkdale (Toronto)

155 College Street, Room 108, Health Sciences Building

CHERYL TEELUCKSINGH, Associate Professor in the Sociology Department at Ryerson University

Co-sponsored by the Centre for Urban Health Initiatives (CHUI)

Thu Jan 28 2010 04:10 PM  

Hazard or Outrage?: Wind Turbines in Ontario

155 College Street, Rm. 108, Health Sicences Building

RAY COPES, Director of Environment and Occupational Health, Ontario Agency for Health Protection and Promotion, Clinical Associate Professor, Health Care & Epidemiology, UBC, Associate Professor, DLSPH at UofT

Thu Feb 04 2010 04:10 PM  

Space, Place and Sex: The Social Epidemiology of Sexually Transmitted Infections

155 College Street, Rm. 108, Health Sciences Building

DIONNE GESINK-LAW, Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health Sciences, UofT

Thu Feb 11 2010 04:10 PM  

Resilience in the Face of Climate Change and Peak Oil: Community-Building Responses for an Equitable Transition to a Low-Carbon Society

155 College Street, Rm. 108, Health Sciences Building

BLAKE POLAND, Associate Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, UofT

Co-sponsored by the Centre for Urban Health Initiatives (CHUI)
 

Thu Feb 25 2010 04:10 PM  

The CHILD Birth Cohort Study: Overview and Description of the Environmental Exposure Assessment Activities

155 College Streat, Rm. 108, Health Sciences Building

JEFFREY BROOK, Senior Scientist, Environment Canada, Assistant Professor, Dalla Lana School of Public Health and Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto

Thu Mar 04 2010 04:10 PM  

Drugs in sludge- Assessing the risk when municipal biosolids are recycled onto agricultural land

155 College Street, Rm 108, Health Sciences Building

ED TOPP, Principal Research Scientist Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, London, ON

Thu Mar 11 2010 04:10 PM  

Chickens, Complexity and Ecosystems: Tackling Wicked Health Problems in an Unstable World

155 College Street, Rm. 108, Health Sciences Building

DAVID WALTNER-TOEWS, President, Network for Ecosystem Sustainability and Health; Professor, Department of Population Medicine, University of Guelph

Thu Mar 18 2010 04:10 PM  

Controlled Human Exposures: Cardiorespiratory Health Effects of Ambient Particulate Matter and Ozone

155 College Street, Rm 108, Health Sciences Building

BRUCE URCH, PhD Candidate Gage Occupational and Environmental Health Unit, University of Toronto