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MTC 2019

MTC 2019 RECORDINGS

  • Rebecca Klapper, PhD: Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Nanoparticles: Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems and Human Health. Not available.

  • Ken Rosenman, MD: Cancer and the Workplace: Risk, Prevention, Gender and Race Disparity, Screening and Compensation. Watch here >>

  • Patrice Sutton, MPH: What Counts? Estimating the Health Benefits of Regulating Environmental Chemicals. Watch here >>

  • Environmental Justice Panel: Watch here >>

MTC 2019 PRESENTATION SLIDES

  • Rebecca Klapper, PhD: Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Nanoparticles: Effects on Aquatic Ecosystems and Human Health. Not available.

  • Ken Rosenman, MD: Cancer and the Workplace: Risk, Prevention, Gender and Race Disparity, Screening and Compensation. View here >>

  • Patrice Sutton, MPH: What Counts? Estimating the Health Benefits of Regulating Environmental Chemicals. View here >>

  • Maria Powell, PhD: Midwest Environmental Justice Organization for Panel Discussion. View here >>

  • Criste Greening: Saratoga Concerned for Panel Discussion. View here >>

  • Dylan Jennings: Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission. Not available.


MTC 2017

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MTC 2015

Climate Change and Children's Health -  Jerome Paulson, MD  ----  SLIDES VIDEO

Living our Mission at the Intersection of Health and Sustainability - Jeff Thompson, MD---- SLIDES

When It Hits the Fan: Water Quality and Public Health in Wisconsin - Mark Borchardt, PhD  ---- VIDEO

Heath and Environmental Justice in Wisconsin: Communities Respond to Local Health Threats and Create Positive Change - Panel Discussion  ----  VIDEO

Environmental Justice -  Patty Loew, PhD  ----  SLIDES

Walnut Way Conservation Corporation -  Sharon Adams  

Kewaunee CARES -  Lynn Utesch  ----  SLIDES

WEHN MTC 2015 sponsors and favorite quotes  ----  SLIDES


MTC 2014

Friday, February 28, 2014
Food, Farming and the Future of Health: The End of Complacency- David Wallinga, MD, MPA    Food affects human development and health, but not as simply as once thought. Current scientific research informs our understanding of the health impacts of farms and food systems. Hear how old medical paradigms around food may actually threaten the sustainability of the healthcare system, the economy, as well as, the earth.

Endocrine Disruptors and the Pediatric Patient- Ellen Connor, MD    Exposure to endocrine disruptors during childhood can affect growth, affect the onset of puberty and have long-term health consequences.  This lecture will focus on BPA, phthalates, and other known and suspected endocrine disruptors. knowledge gained will equip the primary care provider with the latest research and practical advise for patients.

Healthy Aging and the Environment: A Lifecourse Approach to Health-  Maria Valenti    (not captured)  Our physical and mental health is profoundly influenced by where and how we live, eat, work, play, pray and socialize. Discover the ways our complex modern environment (chemical, nutritional, socioeconomic, natural and built) interacts to either increase the risk of chronic disease or pave the way to healthy aging.

Translating Environmental Health Science Into Healthy Future Generations-  Patrice Sutton, MPH and Michael McMaster, PhD    (not captured)  The in utero environment is a particularly sensitive time of life. During this period, exposure to certain chemicals can result in adverse health outcomes for parents and children. Learn how health professionals can advocate for public policy that ensures healthy pregnancies, healthy children and healthy future generations.

Conference Keynote: Lessons from Toms River- Dan Fagin    Dan Fagin, author of Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation, shares the story of Toms River, New Jersey and how citizens "made the connection" between clusters of childhood cancer and pollution from toxic industrial dumping by the local factory.