EOH Seminar

Learn from our students/staff/faculty, nationally and internationally known scientists, practitioners and policymakers on issues of environmental, occupational and public health.

EOH Seminar Series takes place every 1st and 3rd Friday of the month from 11:30am – 12:30p.m. Through presentations and discussions, we aim to highlight the latest cutting-edge environmental health science research, promote public health, and enhance multidisciplinary collaborations between medical, public health specialists and community.  Moreover, we would like to highlight research from young investigators and our EOH students and fellows. In additional to topics of environmental and occupational health exposures, we will have presentations about social justice and diversity, women and children health, neurological disorders, cell metabolism and stem cells, metal toxicity, respiratory biology, redox biology, microbiology and host defense, and environmental epigenetics. Please stay-tuned! 

We will hold “hybrid” meetings, which will meet our speaker in person (Pitt Public Health) and also allow for virtual participation (via Zoom).  


If you would like to attend a seminar or receive e-mail notices about future EOH seminar series, please contact Adam Orbell (aorbell@pitt.edu). If you have other questions about our EOH seminar series, please contact Winnie Tang (wat23@pitt.edu) and Peng Gao (peg47@pitt.edu). We are looking forward to your participation.

Upcoming Seminars

May 17, 2024
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Regulation of tumor progression by myeloid cells

Dmitry Gabrilovich, executive director and chief scientist, cancer immunology, AstraZeneca.