Social and Environmental Exposures and the Developmental Origins of Health Disparities Closing Date

Call for abstracts: Abstracts relevant to the general theme of the conference are welcome, as are abstracts in these emphasis areas:

  • How do social and environmental exposures occurring during critical periods of development (e.g., pre-conception, prenatal, early life) jointly influence health disparities over the life course?
  • What are the methodological challenges in socio-environmental health disparities research, and what are some novel solutions?
  • Emerging work focused on the health effects of joint social and environmental exposures

Abstracts from researchers for podium, poster and “Flash-talks” (3-minute) presentations are welcomed. Students and trainees are also strongly encouraged to submit abstracts for poster presentations. Abstract submission deadline is December 1, 2021. For more information on submitting an abstract please visit the conference’s website here

How to Register: Register by visiting the conference website or going directly to our Eventbrite page. Registration opens on January 14, 2022.


Dec 01 2021


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