Students and New Researchers Network (SNRN)

The Student and New Researchers Network (SNRN) is open to all students, postdoctoral trainees, and new researchers (who have fewer than 5 years of experience from their terminal degree) in the field of environmental epidemiology or other related disciplines. SNRN members come from all over the world. The SNRN aims to create a global network of students and new researchers that:
  • Encourages researchers at the early stages of their careers by sharing ideas, issues, and opportunities in the field of environmental epidemiology
  • Sponsors and organizes workshops for career development activities at the annual meeting and throughout the year
  • Organizes events at the annual meeting that brings students and new researchers together and helps them network with more senior members  
  • Distributes information to the SNRN through social media (e-Newsletter, website, Twitter)
  • Provides recognition in the form of Best Abstract Awards to students and early career researchers participating in the annual conferences

Questions or to get involved:  Contact the SNRN Steering Committee.

Tanya Singh (Asia and Western Pacific, 2023 – present)
Emile Whaibeh (Eastern Mediterranean, 2023 – present)

Committee Members:
Aditi Roy (Asia and Western Pacific, 2022 – present)
Amira Aker (Eastern Mediterranean, 2021 – present)
Ashtyn Areal (Europe, 2022 – present)
Brenda Trejo (North America, 2022 – present)
Charles Ssemugabo (Africa, 2023 – present)
Chinonso Christian Odebeatu (Africa,  Asia and Western Pacific, 2023 – present)
Estela Blanco (Latin America and the Caribbean, 2022 – present)
Jaime Reyes Sanchez (Latin America and the Caribbean/North America, 2022 – present)
Rachel Shaffer (North America, 2022 – present)
Maria Luisa Medina-Pizzali (Latin America, 2023 – present)
Marine Savouré (Europe, 2023 – present)
Nur Sabrina Idrose (Asia and Western Pacific, 2023 – present)

View the SNRN Policy Guidelines (pdf download)