In conjunction with the 200-year anniversary celebration of Karolinska Institutet there will be an international symposium on climate change and health.
Climate Change and Health is a rapidly expanding research field. This symposium aims at giving the scientific basis and state-of-the-art knowledge on climate-related health research, and will discuss current research challenges and opportunities. Two of the world´s leading scientists and pioneers in the field of Climate Change and Health research will be keynote speakers: Professor Tony McMichael, The Australian National University, and Sir Andy Haines, professor and director of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The symposium will address the following topics:
- The scientific basis for climate change
- Health effects related to climate change
- Specific research areas linked to climate change - air quality and health - extreme temperatures and health - infectious diseases
Number of participants is limited. The symposium is primarily aimd at active researchers at Karolinska Institutet, however, researchers from other Universities are also welcome to participate.
More information and registration.