thanks.  Will this be available by webex?

Marika Egyed, MSc

Senior Scientific Evaluator / Fuels Assessment Section / Air Health 
Effects Assessment Division / Healthy Environments and Consumer Safety 
Health Canada / Government of Canada
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Évaluatrice scientifique principale / Section de l'évaluation des 
carburants / Division de l'évaluation des effets de l'air sur la santé
Direction générale de la santé environnementale et de la sécurité des 
Santé Canada / Gouvernement du Canada
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From:   Pradheepa Baskaran <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:   2017-03-13 09:41 AM
Subject:        CGCS Lecture, Tuesday, March 14, 2017
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Hi Everyone,
On behalf of Professor Arthur Chan, please see information regarding the 
upcoming CGCS Lecture:
Tuesday, March 14, 2017
4:10 PM
Bahen Centre, 40 St. George St.
Room:  BA1180
Atmospheric Particulate Matter, Oxidative Stress and Health Effects
Rodney Weber
Georgia Tech
Abstract: The Southeastern Center for Air Pollution and Epidemiology 
(SCAPE) was developed through funding by the US EPA Clean Air Research 
Centers and involved a collaboration between the Emory School of Public 
Health and Georgia Institute of Technology. The aim of the Center was to 
better understand air pollution health effects by focusing on air 
pollution mixtures. One aspect of SCAPE for characterizing and assessing 
health effects of mixtures was the development of new automated methods 
for measuring aerosol oxidative potential (OP), an integrative and 
potentially physiologically relevant aerosol parameter. In this study, 
sources and atmospheric processes that contributed to OP were determined. 
The measures of OP were then merged with the large existing Atlanta 
historical air quality and health data sets to test associations with 
various health endpoints through large population epidemiological studies, 
and results compared to associations found for traditional air quality 
parameters. This talk will present the OP findings from SCAPE and assess 
the potential value of these relatively new measures of aerosol toxicity.