The CROME Closing Stakeholder Event took place on the 20th of December 2016, at the Athens Music Hall, Athens, Greece.
International experts presented their insights and novel tools for improved environmental health impact assessment and governance making use of human biomonitoring data. Preventive strategies and policy measures to minimize the environmental burden of disease and protect public health were outlined and the project team showcased its final findings regarding the health impact of exposure to environmental chemicals across the Mediterranean basin.
- The CROME method – Assoc. Prof. Dimosthenis Sarigiannis, Chemical Engineering Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece
- Endocrine disrupting chemicals and congenital anomalies – Assoc. Prof. Polyxeni Nikolopoulou, Medical School, University of Athens, Greece
- Air pollution, heat and health in cities – Prof. K. Katsouyanni, Medical School, University of Athens, Greece
- Routes of incorporation of metals and organohalogen pollutants into humans – Joan O. Grimalt, Institute of Environmental Assessment and Water Research (IDAEA – CSIC) Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
- The Northern Adriatic Cohort II in the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region – Gemma Calamandrei, Department of Cell Biology and Neuroscience, Istituto Superiore di Sanit à (ISS), Rome, Italy
- Low level mercury exposure, neurodevelopment and genetic polymorphisms in birth cohort from Slovenia and Croatia – Prof. Milena Horvat, Jožef Stefan Institute, Department of Environmental Sciences, Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Steps for translating CROME interventions into monetary impacts – Assoc. Prof. Dimosthenis Sarigiannis, Chemical Engineering Department, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Greece
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