Online Registration Deadline: February 4, 2019 – Transportation, Air Quality, and Health Symposium, 18-20 Feb 2019, Austin TX

This is a gentle reminder that online registration for the Transportation, Air Quality, and Health Symposium closes February 4, 2019 at 5 PM (CST). You can register at: https://events.tti.tamu.edu/conference/2019-carteeh-symposium/registration/. If you have any questions about registration and hotel reservations, please write to Mary Cearley at [email protected].

You can access the program online at https://events.tti.tamu.edu/conference/2019-carteeh-symposium/program/. See below for the detailed version. Also, you may view highlights of our plenary speakers, Christopher FreyBakeyah Nelson, Oliver Gao, and Carter Blakey at https://events.tti.tamu.edu/conference/2019-carteeh-symposium/#plenary-speakers.

CARTEEH Symposium Detailed Program

Health Effects of Air Pollution: Perspectives and Priorities Seminar

The Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy, and Health (CARTEEH) is hosting a seminar featuring Dr. Rashid Shaikh, Director of Science for the Health Effects Institute (HEI) in Boston. Dr. Shaikh is widely regarded as an expert in the health effects of air pollution and will be sharing his perspectives and discussing current research and research priorities. We invite you to join us in what will be a highly informative and insightful session.

When:  10:30 am on Thursday, September 27th
Where:  TTI College Station, Gibb Gilchrist Bldg, Rm 102
Register:  E-mail [email protected] to register
For more information:  Handout

Transportation Emissions and Health Literature Resource

The Center for Advancing Research in Transportation Emissions, Energy and Health (CARTEEH) has compiled the Transportation Emissions, Air Pollution, Exposures, and Health Literature Library.

It is available for download, or to search online, at https://www.carteeh.org/carteeh-literature-library/

The library contains a categorized reference list of over 500 scientific studies, and is intended as a resource for students, researchers and practitioners interested in the area of transportation, air quality, and health.