Dr. Stephania Cormier Elected to the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health
Congratulations to LSU SRP director Dr. Stephania Cormier for her election to the Pacific Basin Consortium for Environment and Health (PBC). The current PBC evolved from a consortium originally established in 1986 by a group of scientists and engineers to facilitate dialogue and cooperation regarding the problems associated with hazardous waste production, management and remediation in the Pacific Basin. Since 2004, the PBC has adopted a greatly expanded focus to reflect a growing recognition among its directors of the importance of addressing inter-related environment and health issues in the Pacific Basin Region. Click on the following link to learn more about the PBC: https://pacificbasin.org/about-us/
Dr. Cormier was also invited to the 17th International Conference of the Pacific Basin Consortium held in Delhi, India November 14-16 where she gave a symposium lecture on “Environmentally Persistent Free Radicals: A New Class of Environmental Stressor” as well as a pre-conference training workshop on Children’s Environmental Health. The host for the 17th International Conference was the Public Health Foundation of India and the major themes were: ‘Early life origins of disease’, ‘The Exposome throughout Life’, ‘Sustainable Built Environments’ and “Translating Evidence into Policy and Interventions’. Click here to learn more about the conference.