Celebrating IOM at 50

02.04.2019

In celebration of our 50th anniversary, Rob Aitken (CEO),  is presenting a keynote at OH2019; 'The IOM at 50, lessons from the past and directions for the future.'

Celebrate our company milestone this year in Brighton at the  BOHS OH2019 conference. Following Rob Aitken's keynote listen to members of our research team discuss emerging health risks in 21st-century workplaces. You can also meet our Laboratory team at our exhibition stand.

 

Day 1 Tuesday 2 April

15:25 Session 4 - Keynote Lecture

'The IOM at 50, lessons from the past and directions for the future.'

 

16:10 Session 5c

Understanding emerging health risks in 21st-century workplaces.

What should we tell shift workers to do to reduce their cancer risk?
Prof Damien McElvenny, Principle Epidemiologist, IOM


Exposure of professional athletes to head impacts and the risk of neurodegenerative diseases.
Prof John Cherrie, Principle Scientist, IOM

 

What can biomonitoring and the exposome bring to occupational health?

Dr Miranda Loh, Senior Scientist, IOM

 

Robots and automation – new ways of working causing old problems for humans

Dr Joanne Crawford, Head of Ergonomics and Human Factors, IOM

 

 

The full programme can be found at the OH 2019 website.

 

 

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