The sixth annual Shale and Public Health conference is presented by the League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania and hosted by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. Each year, the conference features presentations on the latest research regarding shale drilling and public health by academics and government researchers from the Pittsburgh area and across the country.
The conference itself is free – $14 for buffet lunch. It goes from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (registration/sign-in at 8:30).
Featuring new research and practical applications:
– Nicole Deziel, PhD of Yale presenting a study on shale gas activity and sexually transmitted infections in Ohio
– Research on Childhood Cancer in Pennsylvania
– Public Health and the Plastics Lifecycle
– Improving access to health information and treatment
– and more…
Free and open to the public.