17 Sep 2023 08.00 - 21 Sep 2023 17.00Kaohsiung Exhibition Centre, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
From 17 to 21 september 2023, the 35th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) will take place! This conference will take place in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, and is centered around the main theme of "Connecting the East and the West, One Health in One Planet". ISEE 2023 will offer a stimulating scientific program encompassing population-level heterogeneity in the health effects of environmental pollutants, and will specifically focus on international comparison and underrepresented populations. The Annual Conference will be a hybrid event, taking place both in the host city of Kaohsiung and online.
Taiwan’s second largest city, Kaohsiung is a modern urban landscape with waterside parks, public bikeways, and convenient public transport. The city also boasts well-constructed infrastructure, with extensive internet coverage and streaming capacity, as well as a secure storage system—all of which enable environmental health scholars around the world to launch the conference in a comfortable and unrestricted fashion.
We look forward to welcoming you to ISEE 2023 from September 17-21, 2023! The symposia and abstract submission period for ISEE 2023 is now open (click on the blue text to submit your symposia proposal or abstract!). We look forward to receiving your valuable contributions to round out our stimulating scientific program. The symposia proposal deadline is february 20, 2023. The abstract submission deadline is march 13, 2023.
The environment we live in has a dominant impact on our health. It explains an estimated seventy percent of the chronic disease burden. Where we live, what we eat, how much we exercise, the air we breathe and whom we associate with; all of these environmental factors play a role. The combination of these factors over the life course is called the exposome. There is general (scientific) consensus that understanding more about the exposome will help explain the current burden of disease and that it provides entry points for prevention and ...Read More