|National Biomonitoring Meeting||National Biomonitoring Meeting||The National Biomonitoring Meeting will be held at the Minnesota Public Health Laboratory, Minnesota Department of Health, 625 Robert Street N, St. Paul, MN 55164, from October 22-24, 2019. Over the course of three days the meeting will consist of local keynote speakers, national and international biomonitoring experts, and scientific sessions culled from a call for abstracts.
Held every two years, this meeting will discuss issues ranging from international network harmonization efforts to state program highlights like firefighter exposure to combustion products, from national surveillance efforts to state surveillance efforts, from long-term environmental exposures like smoking to new and emerging exposures like PFAS.
Attendees include international, state, county, city and local public health laboratorians interested in biomonitoring, environmental epidemiologists, senior laboratory staff, government laboratory personnel, and others interested in biomonitoring and laboratory issues.
The National Biomonitoring Meeting will be preceded by a half-day training on environmental epidemiology for laboratorians on Tuesday morning, October 22. Registration is limited to forty participants and must be selected at the time of meeting registration.||2019-10-22T17:00:00Z||2019-10-24T16:00:00Z||https://www.aphl.org/100-911-19, http://www.aphl.org/100-911-19|