Recognizing the Future of Environmental Epidemiology

Join us in congratulating the following ISEE members for successfully defending their dissertations:
Chibuzor Abasilim
University of Illinois Chicago
Persistent organic pollutants, endogenous hormones and hypertension in Hispanic/Latino adults: The HCHS/SOL study
Barrak Alahmad
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Climate Change and Health: Implications for Inherently Hot Regions and Cardiovascular Diseases
Raquel Jimenez Celsi
Boston University School of Public Health
School greenness and individual-level academic performance in elementary-aged students: Evidence from the Global South
Giehae Choi
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Maternal Exposure to Organophosphate Esters During Pregnancy, Maternal Thyroid Function, and Offspring Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Investigation in the Context of Mixtures
Lauren Eaves
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Metal Mixtures and Preterm Birth: Private Well Water Exposure and the Role of the Placenta
Diego Fano-Sizgorich
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
Arsenic exposure in drinking water, metabolism, and its effects on birth outcomes in Tacna, Peru
Melissa Fiffer
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Environmental Exposures and Diabetes Risk

Alexa Friedman
Boston University School of Public Health
Early life exposure to metals and adolescent neurodevelopment

Barbara Hudson-Hanley
Oregon State University
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) Exposure Trends, and Evidence of Adverse Health Outcomes in Infants and Children from Prenatal/Early-Life PAH Exposure

Kenza Khomsi
Faculty of Medicine and Pharmacy of Casablanca
Climate Events, Photochemical and Particulate Pollution, and the Impact on Public Health in Morocco

Paulina Pizzorno
CEQUIMTOX- Facultad de Química- Udelar
A medical geology study of groundwater arsenic-contaminated area in Canelones-Uruguay
Jagadeesh Puvvula
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Environmental exposures and human health challenges: Evidence based insights from health surveillance systems

Daniel Riggs
University of Louisville
Ecological Differences in the Associations between Air Pollution, Greenness, and Risk of Stroke: The REGARDS Study
The following ISEE members recently received environmental epidemiology funding to continue their research path to improve public health and quality of life:
Barrak Alahmad
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
PhD Supplementary Grant Award
Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences (KFAS)
Diego Fano-Sizgorisch
Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
Research raining in chronic, non-communicable respiratory diseases in Peru
Fogarty International Center of the US National Institutes of Health
Funke Jiyah
The Federal Polytechnic, Bida
ISEE Conference travel grant 2020 and 2021
ISGLOBAL: 2021 International Summer School
Sarah Rehnuma Haque
International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research
The pivot relationship between heavy metal exposures and tuberculosis in Bangladeshi children
Thrasher Research Grant
William Patterson
University of Colorado Boulder
Exposure to Ambient Air Pollutants, Circulating mircoRNAs, and Hepatic Fat Fraction Among Young Adults

Julien Vachon
University of Montreal
Exposure to Ultrafine Particles and Associations with Cardiorespiratory Outcomes
Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Have you recently successfully defend your dissertation? Click here to share. Are you a student who recently received funding? Click here to share. Submissions will be featured in an upcoming edition of the newsletter. We want to continue to feature the future of environmental epidemiology and highlight your accomplishments in our Celebrating Success Series.