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The following presentations were given at the Isocyanates and Health: Past, Present, and Future conference that was held on April 3-4, 2013 in Betehesda, Maryland.

 

 

Polyurethane Chemistry and Products: Past, Present and Future
Recorded: April, 2013
Sharon Feng PhD 
Executive Director, Institute for Molecular Engineering, University of Chicago

 

Worker Exposure Issues: A Challenge to Researchers
Recorded: April, 2013
Andrew Comai MS
Staff Industrial Hygienist, International Union, UAW, Health & Safety Department 

 

 

Consumer Exposures to Isocyanates: What do we know? How can occupational exposures inform us? And what do we need to learn?
Recorded:
April, 2013
Andrea Pfhales-Hutchens MS
Epidemiologist, Risk Assessment Division, Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP), US Environmental Protection Agency

 

Pathways to Pathogenesis: Toxicology & Animal Models

Adam V. Wisnewski PhD
Senior Research Scientist, Occupational Medicine, Yale School of Medicine     

 

 

Isocyanate Biomarkers
Recorded: April, 2013
Leena A Nylander-French PhD, CIH
Professor of Occupational and Environmental Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Gillings School of Global Public Health 

 

 

Biomarker Developments: Concept Applications & Facilitated Discussion
Recorded: April, 2013
Andrew Maier PhD, DABT
Director, Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessmment (TERA)

 

 

A Hypothesis-Based Weight-of-Evidence Approach to Evaluate the Human Carcinogenicity of Isocyanates
Recorded: April, 2013
Julie E. Goodman PhD, DABT
Principal, Gradient Environmental Consultants 
 

 

 

Current Issues in Measurement of Dermal Exposure to Isocyanates
Recorded: April, 2013
Dhimiter Bello ScD, MSc
Assistant Professor, School of Health & Environment, Department of Work Environment, University of Massachusetts, Lowell

 

Human health effects of isocyanates: clinical spectrum, pathogenesis, epidemiology and outcomes
Recorded: April, 2013
Carrie Redlich MD, MPH
Respiratory Epidemiology and Disease, Section Co-Chair
Professor of Medicine, Professor of Medicine (Occupational Medicine), Director, Occupational and Environmental Medicine Program, Yale University

 

Health and hazard surveillance for isocyanate exposed workers
Recorded: April, 2013
Philip Harber MD, MPH
Occupational Health Surveillance/Management, Section Co-Chair
Professor of Public Health, University of Arizona College of Public Health; Professor Emeritus, David Geffen School of Medicine, University of California in Los Angeles
                                                                                                                                                                 

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