HEI is excited to showcase the work of the 2021 Jane Warren Trainee Conference Award winners in a webinar on May 13th from 10 am to 12 pm EDT.
Each year, HEI invites abstract submissions from students or postdocs and then sponsors travel for several award winners to our Annual Conference to present posters detailing their latest research. This year, the Jane Warren awardees will give talks as part of HEI’s Annual Conference webinar series. They will also receive a cash prize and partake in a networking session with other experts in air pollution-related fields.
The award is presented in remembrance of Jane Warren, who joined HEI in the 1980s and served as the Director of Science from 1999 until her retirement in 2008.
Congratulations to the following winners of the Jane Warren Trainee Conference Award 2021:
Weiran Yuchi, University of British Columbia | Neighborhood environmental exposures and incidence of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: a population-based cohort study | Abstract
Daniel Mork, Colorado State University | Estimating perinatal critical windows to environmental mixtures via structured Bayesian regression tree pairs | Abstract
David Luglio, New York University Langone Health | PM2.5 concentration and composition in subway systems in the Northeastern United States | Abstract
Gaige Hunter Kerr, PhD, George Washington University | Covid-19 pandemic reveals persistent disparities in nitrogen dioxide pollution | Abstract
Ekta Chaudhary, India Institute of Technology, Delhi, India | Association of ambient PM2.5 exposure and its composition with anemia prevalence amongst the women of reproductive age in India | Abstract
Register here for the webinar. If you have any questions, please contact Joanna Keel. We look forward to seeing you virtually on May 13th!