Health Effects Institute Annual Conference 2024

April 28, 2024 to April 30, 2024
EST

This year’s conference will be held at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel. The conference is always a great opportunity to hear from air pollution experts from around the world and for connecting with friends, peers, and colleagues.

This year, we’re pleased to feature the following scientific sessions:

  • Optimizing research to support policy development
  • Fueling the energy transition – challenges, opportunities, and implications for human health
  • Health and air quality effects of goods movement in a changing landscape
  • Integrating environmental justice considerations into policy and regulatory decision-making: progress and barriers
  • From atmosphere to health: what does the changing climate mean for air quality management and public health planning?

Registration for the 2024 conference is now open, register now

 

For the HEI Annual Conference 2024, the Jane Warren Award will use the same application as the abstract submissions for non-HEI funded investigators. For more information on the Jane Warren Award please see the webpage.

 

New this year! Poster abstract submissions. We are pleased to announce that new for this year, we will be accepting abstract submissions for poster presentations both from investigators currently funded by HEI as well as those not funded by HEI. Our new portal for abstract submissions is now open. We encourage you to share details of the conference with other colleagues who may be interested in attending. The conference is open to all, no prior work with HEI is required to attend and join the HEI community. Click here to learn more and submit your abstract.

Sessions

HEI Annual Conference 2024

 

 

Location
1200 Filbert St
Philadelphia, PA 19107
United States

Contacts

Conference Program Contact
Dan Crouse
dcrouse@healtheffects.org

Conference Registration Logistics Contact
Robert Shavers
rshavers@healtheffects.org
(617) 934-1020

  

HEI Code of Conduct

HEI fully expects that all participants who attend any in-person or online meeting or event behave with the utmost respect for peers, colleagues, staff, volunteers, researchers, sponsors, and everyone across the HEI community. It is our sincere desire that every event, meeting, and gathering we host or participate in fosters and encourages an inclusive, positive, and welcoming environment for all. Read HEI’s full Code of Conduct Statement.