many bike paths and proximity to the
Rocky Mountains appeal to the nature lover
and adventure seeker. Must-see city attractions include the popular Denver Zoo and
Denver Botanical Gardens, LoDo (the lower
downtown area), and the gold-domed State
Capitol building. Visitors can also indulge
in hot springs, enjoy whitewater sports and
fly fishing, or take a tour of Colorado’s
many “ghost towns” and dude ranches.
For more information, including a
schedule of PDCs and educational programming and registration information,
visit www.aihce2010.org. Finding session
information is easy—simply search for a
session by day, type and topic. Don’t
miss the opportunity to participate in the
leading EHS industry event of the year!
AIHA® Presents Tele Web on
AIHA will host the Tele Web “An Introduction to the Science of Nanotechnology and Occupational Health” on March
25, 2010. Sponsored by the AIHA Nanotechnology Working Group, this
Tele Web will explore current developments in the field. One registration covers an unlimited number of participants,
allowing attendees to train as a group.
For more information on this and
other upcoming Tele Webs, including
registration information, visit
AIHce Student Poster Abstract
Submission Deadline: March 30
Submit your student poster abstracts by
AIHA Exposure Assessment Strategies
March 30, 2010, for the 20th annual
AIHce Student Poster Session, which will
be held in conjunction with the Techni-
cal Poster Sessions at AIHce in Denver,
Colo. The 2010 student poster session
will be open to both graduates and un-
dergraduates. Selections are limited to
the 55 best student posters submitted.
Two posters will be awarded “Best of
Posters are also eligible for the fol-
lowing committee awards:
Modeling Subcommittee award for best
AIHA Occupational Epidemiology
Committee award for significant occupational epidemiology content or implications.
AIHA Stewardship and Sustainability
Committee award for demonstrating the
roles, interactions and relationships of
OEHS professionals with others in stewardship and sustainability activities.
AIHA Biological Monitoring Committee
award for best student poster.
AIHA Engineering Committee award for
Abstracts will be reviewed by an academic panel. Authors of selected papers
will be notified in mid-April.
Visit www.uab.edu/dsc for information
on format, layout requirements and length;
contact Cherie Hunt at email@example.com or
UAB RPHB 520D, 1530 3rd Avenue
South, Birmingham, AL 35295-0022.