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Environmental Influences on Neurodevelopment
January 12, 2012
Los Angeles, California
Time: Noon - 5:00 pm
Location: CNSI Facility at UCLA
In this half-day workshop, national experts from diverse sectors
will highlight the latest research on associations between
environmental exposures and early neurodevelopment as well as the
implications for prevention-based public health policy. This meeting is
intended to catalyze cross-discipline discussions among leaders in
environmental, experimental and epidemiologic fields as well as those
involved in public policy and environmental health advocacy.
The workshop is open to the public. Faculty, students, policy makers,
and others concerned with environmental influences on neurodevelopment
and public health are particularly encouraged to attend. Box lunches and other refreshments will be served.
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