2nd International Conference on Human Biomonitoring, Berlin 2016
April 16, 2016 until April 18, 2016
Science and policy for a healthy future
The 2nd International Conference on Human Biomonitoring (HBM) is a follow-up of the first conference in 2010 and continue to bring together and discuss a broad variety of HBM activities conducted worldwide. International experts from science, politics and industry are asked to
- examine the strengths and limitations of HBM in the detection and assessment of human exposure,
- share information on potential health impacts that may arise from internal exposure to particular chemicals,
- take a critical look at those substances which should be examined as a matter of priority, and
- discuss the incorporation of HBM into national and international initiatives on environmental health.
The conference is jointly organized by the the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety and the German Environment Agency.
Venue: Berlin, Germany
Conference website | Conference programme
April 16, 2016
Environmental Specimen Bank at the 2nd International Human Biomonitoring Conference in Berlin
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