Novel big data methods for exposure and health risks modelling in environmental epidemiology
In this talk, we will hear from three speakers on novel big data methods for exposure and health risks modelling in environmental epidemiology.
Dr Stafoggia’s talk will address the "Short-term effects of air pollution on cardiovascular admissions in Italy: a small-area approach" with Professor Kloog and Dr De Hoogh then will look at “New advances in satellite-based exposure modelling: lessons learned from models in the USA, Mexico, Israel and Europe”.
- Dr Kees De Hoogh, Imperial College London
- Professor Itai Kloog, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
- Dr Massimo Stafoggia, Department of Epidemiology, Lazio Region Health Service
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