E-Poster Discussion Sessions

These are 10 e-poster discussion sessions organized according to the e-poster themes. A selected number of e-posters will be discussed in these sessions “without” any presentations.
Please note that the e-posters will not be presented in these sessions, but the presenters will answer questions coming from the audience.
Therefore, please make sure to visit the E-Poster Gallery on the virtual platform, view the selected e-posters, and prepare your questions for the relevant E-Poster Discussion sessions BEFORE the session time.

E-Poster Discussion 1
PFAS Growth, Development and Diabetes

Date: August 24, 2020 – Monday
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Theme: PFAS
Chairs: Tony Fletcher

P-0839 Prenatal perfluorooctanoic acid exposure is associated with childhood adiposity trajectories

P-0849 PFAS and cholesterol in epidemiological studies: causality, biomarkers, mixtures and relative potency

P-0852 Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substance plasma concentrations and metabolomic markers in the Diabetes Prevention Program

P-0861 Prenatal exposure to Per- and Polyfloroalkyl Substances (PFASs) and child growth trajectories in the Norwegian Mother, Father and Child cohort study (MoBa).

P-0862 Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) and incident diabetes in midlife women: Study of Women’s Health Across the Nation (SWAN)

P-0870 Lifetime PFAS exposures and childhood vaccine responses

P-0874 Prenatal PFAS exposure influences infant lean and fat mass

P-0878 Prenatal exposure to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances and obesity in early childhood

P-0879 The role of genetic predisposition in the potentially diabetogenic effect of PFAS exposure

P-0883 Plasma metabolites associated with exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances and risk of type 2 diabetes – a nested case-control study

E-Poster Discussion 2
Variability of PM2.5, Health Effects as a function of Particle Source and/or Composition

Date: August 24, 2020 – Monday
Time: 19:00 – 20:00
Themes: Cardiovascular / Children’s health / PM and cardiovascular health / PM and children’s health / PM and mortality / Research to policy
Chairs: George Thurston

P-0170 Assessing multiple pollutants’ impacts on multiple health outcomes in New York City

P-0176 Acute blood pressure-lowering effects of nitrogen dioxide exposure from domestic gas cooking via elevation of plasma nitrite concentration in healthy individuals

P-0225 Fitness performance among fifth grade students and ambient fine particulate matter, chemical constituents, and sources in California

P-0888 Long-term exposure to iron and copper in fine particulate air pollution and their combined impact on reactive oxygen species concentration in lung fluid: A population-based cohort study of cardiovascular disease incidence and mortality in Toronto, Canada

P-0895 Evaluation of PM2.5 air pollution sources and cardiovascular health

P-0904 The spatial variation of associations between long-term exposure to PM10 and incidence of cardiovascular disease in South Korea.

P-0911 Changes in lipid profiles and blood pressure in response to acute exposure to ambient PM2.5 and its carbonaceous compositions – results from the AIRLESS Study

P-0912 Temporal changes in short-term associations between cardiorespiratory emergency department visits and PM2.5 in Greater Los Angeles, 2005 to 2016

P-0949 Estimation of the relationship between symptoms related with respiratory diseases and exposure to particulate matter less than 2.5 µm in students of two schools at Guachetá municipality of Cundinamarca, Colombia

P-0951 Prospective investigation of urinary polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon metabolites and mortality in the United States: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) and National Death Index (NDI) Linkage (2001-2015)

P-1189 The Impact of Fossil-Fuels and Biomass Combustion on Outdoor PM2.5 Mass Associations with Respiratory Emergency Department Visits in Dhaka, Bangladesh

E-Poster Discussion 3
Environment and COVID-19

Date: August 25, 2020 – Tuesday
Time: 07:00 – 08:00
Theme: COVID
Chair: Ariana Zeka

P-0418 Spatial distribution of COVID-19 importation risk in South Asia against health emergency preparedness capacity and vulnerability

P-0420 The COVID-19 pandemic and the need to advance in science communication

P-0421 Impact of COVID-19 and strict home confinement related changes in air pollution, noise, and physical activity on cardiovascular health for Barcelona citizens

P-0425 Ultraviolet radiation decreases COVID-19 growth rates: Global causal estimates and seasonal implications

P-0427 Exposure to COVID-19: Is there a disproportionate burden on low-paid jobs in France?

P-0433 Indoor & outdoor PM2.5 concentrations in Chennai, India prior to & during the COVID-19 lockdown

P-0439 COVID-19 risk perception in the Czech population

P-0441 NIH Disaster Research Response (DR2) Program’s efforts to establish standardized tools for COVID-19 research response

P-0442 Heat and COVID-19 pandemic: Tackling two challenges at the same time-the example of Germany

P-0444 Health surveillance of healthcare workers exposed to SARS-Cov-2 in Milan, Italy

E-Poster Discussion 4
Modelling Mixtures in Environmental Epi

Date: August 25, 2020 – Tuesday
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Theme: Mixtures and models
Chair: Erik Lebret

P-0620 Cumulative environmental exposures and accelerated biological aging

P-0622 Comparing performance between models assessing the additive effects of exposure mixtures

P-0624 Characterizing multipollutant exposure profiles among a cohort of pregnant women via self-organizing maps

P-0637 Disentangling multiple environmental stressors in relation to incident cardiovascular disease in UK Biobank: A sparse principal component analysis

P-0645 Development of informatics techniques for studying the exposome in large population scale studies

P-0646 Identifying patterns in environmental mixtures: a Bayesian approach and application to endocrine disrupting chemicals

P-0650 Machine learning to identify metabolic effects of chlorine gas exposure

P-0654 Exposure health informatics methods for environment epidemiological research

P-0658 Environmental chemicals and red blood cell folate levels in the U.S. population, NHANES

P-0669 Associations of residential and occupational history with the distribution of mixtures of persistent pollutants in adipose tissue

E-Poster Discussion 5
Climate change and Health

Date: August 25, 2020 – Tuesday
Time: 19:00 – 20:00
Theme: Climate change
Chair: Yun-Chol Hong

P-0328 The relationship between ambient temperature and renal disease morbidity in Vietnam: A case-crossover study

P-0329 A systematic review on Lagged Association in Environmental Studies

P-0333 Assessing satellite-derived spring phenology for public health applications

P-0334 Assessing the association between meteorological factors and mental disorders in summer using Mesonet, a refined weather monitoring system, in New York State

P-0345 Associations between ambient temperature and asthma exacerbations among children in Philadelphia, PA.

P-0352 Associations of extreme temperatures with hospitalizations and post-discharge deaths due to stroke: is hyperlipidemia a mediator?

P-0358 Difference in heat-stroke ambulance visit risk by month in Japan

P-0359 Inter-disciplinary assessment of greenspace health benefits applying the ecosystem services framework to urban heat reduction in Boston, MA

P-0375 Changes in timing of spring onset and increased risk of asthma hospitalization in Maryland: Harbinger of climate change

P-0364 Hot under the collar: The association between daily temperature and temperature deviations with violent criminal behavior

E-Poster Discussion 6
Air Pollution and Mortality - How Low Can We Go?

Date: August 26, 2020 – Wednesday
Time: 07:00 – 08:00
Theme: PM and mortality
Chair: Rachel Tham

P-0953 Long-term exposure to low concentration of PM2.5 and mortality: A Danish nurse cohort study

P-0957 Health impacts of air pollution in 1027 European urban areas: identification of cities with the highest and lowest preventable mortality burdens.

P-0963 Short-term effects of ambient air pollution ( PM2.5) on daily hospital mortality in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

P-0965 Short-term effects of ambient particles on mortality in Italy – a national approach

P-0967 Daily mortality associated with short-term PM2.5 exposures in Delhi, India

P-0968 Fine particulate matter composition and mortality: a multi-country multi-city analysis

P-0976 Estimation of the effects of particulate matter on mortality; three-way interaction by green space, socio-demographic factors, and particulate matter

P-0977 Low-level air pollution and cause-specific mortality in Denmark: the ELAPSE project

P-0979 Long-term exposure to moderate fine particulate matter concentrations and cause-specific mortality in an aging society

P-0987 Estimating the impact of exposure to multi-pollutant on mortality in an Indian city over middle Indo-Gangetic Plain

E-Poster Discussion 7
Heavy Metals and Health

Date: August 26, 2020 – Wednesday
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Theme: Heavy metal health
Chair: Margaret Karagas

P-0496 Impact of elevated lead levels on the risk of malaria and anaemia among children in the Ahafo mining areas of Ghana

P-0497 Prenatal exposure to metals and newborn telomere length: Modification by maternal antioxidant intake

P-0523 Prenatal chemical exposures associated with subsequent digital media use in adolescence

P-0526 Sexual dysfunction and mining-related jobs: A cross-sectional study in the former Katanga Province, DR Congo

P-0531 Environmental exposure to manganese in adults and cognitive and motor function. A systematic literature review and meta-analysis.

P-0539 Low-dose Vitamin E supplementation associated with lower risk of diabetes mellitus in South Asian population exposed to arsenic: Results from a randomized clinical trial

P-0544 Low-level maternal exposure to cadmium, lead, and methylmercury and birth outcomes in a Swedish prospective birth-cohort

P-0546 Gene-environment interactions on children’s neurocognitive function in a prospective cohort study

P-0555 Mechanistic insight on the effects of metals and metalloids to neurodevelopment

P-0504 Prenatal exposure to mercury and risk of pediatric liver injury

E-Poster Discussion 8
Children's Health, Phthalates and Phenols

Date: August 26, 2020 – Wednesday
Time: 19:00 – 20:00
Theme: Children’s health
Chair: Pauline Mendola

P-0196 Association of prenatal exposure to phthalates with measures of cognition in 4.5-month-old infants

P-0199 Bisphenol a exposure may increase the risk of developmental delay

P-0228 Parental preconception phenol and phthalate mixtures in relation to birth weight

P-0251 Associations between urinary biomarkers of oxidative stress in the third trimester of pregnancy and behavioral outcomes in the offspring at 4 years of age

P-0253 Prenatal phthalate exposure and social responsiveness scores in early childhood using quantile regression: The HOME and EARLI studies

P-0282 Prenatal phthalate exposure quantified in meconium and cognition at 12-months: findings from the Early Autism Risk Longitudinal Investigation (EARLI) and the prenatal alcohol in SIDS and Stillbirth (PASS) network study

P-0295 Maternal thyroid anomalies and risk of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in progeny

P-0304 Understanding the relationship between maternal thyroid hormones and neurodevelopmental outcomes

P-0305 Reversal of association between prenatal phthalate levels and birth size when measuring phthalates in placental tissue versus maternal urine

E-Poster Discussion 9
Built Environment and Health

Date: August 27, 2020 – Thursday
Time: 07:00 – 08:00
Theme: Built environment
Chair: Cathryn Tonne

P-0041 The effect of visual and auditory biophilic design interventions on cognitive performance in office workers: A multiple cohort crossover study in a living lab

P-0054 Long-term effect of residential greenness on mortality in the French Gazel Cohort: examining urban -rural disparities

P-0062 Indoor dust microbiota and residential surrounding greenness

P-0064 Minute-level smartphone GPS-derived exposure to greenness and consumer wearable-derived physical activity in the Nurses’ Health Study 3

P-0068 Neighbourhood and trip-based greenspace in four European areas: Associations with physical activity

P-0069 Indoor levels and personal exposures to traffic pollution and environmental noise among retired adults in urban Colombia

P-0085 Greenspace exposure and non-injury mortality in UK Biobank

P-0095 Analyzing the relationship between indoor temperatures and 911 calls through a case-control study in New York City, NY

P-0100 Health and environmental co-benefits of city urban form: the case of Latin American cities

P-0104 There’s no place like home? The physiological and psychological effects of going outside from the indoor home environment to urban environments, a field experiment on women from two ethnic groups

E-Poster Discussion 10
Reproductive Effects of Environmental Exposures: Mixtures and Multiple Exposures

Date: August 27, 2020 – Thursday
Time: 13:30 – 14:30
Theme: Reproductive
Chair: Jaime Hart

P-1052 Air pollution exposure in relation to the periconception serum metabolome in women

P-1057 Exposures to air pollution and endocrine disruptors and measures of semen quality in a population based cohort of US men

P-1070 Maternal urinary phthalate metabolites are associated with lipidomic profiles among pregnant women in Puerto Rico

P-1082 Exposures to residential noise and outdoor light at night and age at natural menopause in the Nurses’ Health Study II Cohort

P-1087 Air pollution and anti-Müllerian hormone concentrations in the Sister Study

P-1095 Exposures to phthalate mixtures are associated with adverse birth outcomes in a Puerto Rico pregnancy cohort

P-1100 Particulate pollution and male reproductive health: Differential impacts in early and late spermatogenesis

P-1123 Ambient ozone exposure during preconception and gestation periods and birth weight: when is the critical window?

P-1127 Placental malaria, air pollution, and birth outcomes in a cohort of infants in Ghana

P-1132 A method for comprehensively characterizing chemical exposures of pregnant women in San Francisco using non-targeted analysis