Precision Health Research Seminar Series: The Children’s Environmental Health Clinic: Environment and precision healthWednesday, October 13, 2021 — 12:00pm to 1:00pm
The Children's Environmental Health Clinic (ChEHC) studies the impact on children’s health from environmental exposures (chemical, biological, physical and social). The program considers all environmental factors to assess exposures, by integrating clinical, research and educational components.
In this seminar, you will learn how the evaluation of environment is an integral part of precision health, specifically in children’s health. Our topic expert will use her local, national and international experience to exemplify how the Children’s Environmental Health Clinic team uses interdisciplinary strategies to build clinical care, educational and research tools.
Objectives for this seminar will include:
- recognizing the role of the environment in precision health.
- integrating precision health with global environmental challenges.
- identifying local interdisciplinary resources.
- Anne Hicks, assistant professor (pediatric respiratory medicine), Department of Pediatrics and clinical lead, Children's Environmental Health Clinic
Date: October 13
Time: noon–1 p.m.