The Emerging Science standing committee holds three to four meetings per year on the use of new discoveries, tools, and approaches for guiding environmental health decisions. These meetings will provide a public venue for communication among government, industry, environmental groups, and the academic community.

Upcoming Meetings:
POSTPONED Bioengineered Organotypic Platforms as Model Systems of Intermediate-level Biological Organization for Environmental Health Studies

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Previous Meetings:

Biological Factors that Underlie Individual Susceptibility to Environmental Stressors and Their Implications for Decision-Making , April 18-29, 2012

Computational Toxicology: From Data to Analyses to Applications, Sept 21-22, 2009

Early Indicators: The Use of In Utero and Post-natal Indicators to Predict Health Outcomes Later in Life, Oct 14-15, 2010

Emerging Technologies for Measuring Individual Exposomes, December 8-9, 2011

Epigenetics: Use of Emerging Science and Technologies to Explore Epigenetic Mechanisms Underlying the Developmental Basis for Disease, July 30-31, 2009

Exploring Human Genomic Plasticity and Environmental Stressors: Emerging Evidence on Telomeres, Copy Number Variation, and Transposons, October 4-5, 2012

The Exposome: A Powerful Approach for Evaluating Environmental Exposures and Their Influences on Human Disease, Feb 25-26, 2010

Green Chemistry: Applying 21st Century Toxicology to Green Chemical and Material Design, Sept 20-21, 2011

Integrating Environmental Health Data to Advance Discovery , January 10-11, 2013

The Microbiome: Interplay of the Microbiome, Environmental Stressors, and Human Health, April 27-28, 2011

Mixtures and Cumulative Risk Assessment: New Approaches Using the Latest Science and Thinking about Pathways, July 27-28, 2011

Stem Cell Models for Environmental Health, June 3-4, 2010

Systems Biology-Informed Risk Assessment, June 14-15, 2012