2006 U.S. EPA Science Forum (2006EPASF)

Venue: Ronald Regan Building and International Trade Center

Location: Washington, D.C., -

Event Date/Time: May 16, 2006 End Date/Time: May 18, 2006
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The forum will highlight the relationship between our environment and public health, and will include discussions on issues as diverse as the impact of understanding the human genome and the impacts of the built environment. The forum will also highlight the complementary roles of EPA and other Federal public health agencies.

Begun in May 2002 as a demonstration of EPA's commitment to quality science, the science Forum has rapidly grown into an EPA tradition. The Science Forum allows scientists, staff members, researchers, and stakholdersto share ideas, demonstrate thier latest research, and explore opportunities to collaborate.

Plenary sessions, poster platform sessions, poster presentations, and a number of exhibits will explore this year's three traks:
-Disease Susceptibility and the Environment
-Global Challenges
-The Built Environment