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Dr Matthew Boyles, Senior Toxicologist at IOM, has co-authored a newly published paper in Inhalation Toxicology entitled "Assessment of the physicochemical properties of chrysotile-containing brake debris pertaining to toxicity".
Professor John Cherrie, Principal Scientist at the Institute of Occupational Medicine, has co-authored a paper, e-published in the Annals of Work Exposures and Health on the 5th November 2019, entitled "Managing Occupational Exposure to Welding Fume: New Evidence Suggests a More Precautionary Approach is Needed".
IOM scientists Will Mueller, Dr Susanne Steinle, and Dr Miranda Loh are amongst the co-authors of a newly published paper entitled "Urban greenspace and the indoor environment: Pathways to health via indoor particulate matter, noise, and road noise annoyance" ("Environmental Research" journal).
IOM Scientist Dr Miranda Loh has co-authored a paper entitled "Different cardiorespiratory effects of indoor air pollution intervention with ionization air purifier: Findings from a randomized, double-blind crossover study among school children in Beijing", newly published in Environmental Pollution.
Dr Richard Graveling, Principal Ergonomist at IOM, has co-authored a briefing paper requested by the EMPL Committee (European Parliament). IOM Researcher Dr Eva Giagloglou contributed to this publication that reflects some of the expected issues in the workplaces of the future.
Come and join us IOM in Bristol on 17th - 19th June 2019 at this key multi-disciplinary conference for Occupational Health professionals. Dr Damien McElvenny, Principle Epidemiologist at IOM and Professor John Cherrie, Senior Occupational Hygienist and Principal Scientist, will be presenting 'Brain Health of Former Professional Footballers' on Day 1 of the conference. Other sessions cover mental health, MSK issues, travel medicine, vocational rehabilitation, men’s health, workplace noise, fitness to drive, pilot health, military OH, the mental health of doctors, and much more.
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