SEGH 2010 International Conference and Workshops

Environmental Quality and Human Health

Galway, Ireland, June 27- July 2, 2010

             


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2012 Sino-European Symposium on Environment and Health (SESEH 2012) will be held in Galway during August 20-25, 2012.

SEGH 2010 delegates are welcome back to Galway!

Welcome to the website of SEGH 2010 International Conference and Workshops of the Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health on Environmental Quality and Human Health!

 

SEGH 2010 was successfully held in Galway!

 

Statistics: SEGH 2010 attracted a historical number of 263 delegates from 39 countries/regions. Including accompanying persons and exhibitors, the total number of participants was 291. The number of student delegates was 74, accounting for 28% of the total delegates. The total number of presentations was 241, with 158 oral presentations (including workshop presentations; student: 27) and 83 posters (student: 23). (Download SEGH 2010 short report; SEGH 2010 video)

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The SEGH 2010 International Conference and Workshops of the Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH, www.segh.net) on Environmental Quality and Human Health will be held in Galway, Ireland during June 27-July 2, 2010. This conference and workshops provides an internationally leading forum for interaction between scientists, consultants, and public servants engaged in the multi-disciplinary areas of environment and health. Participants of the conference represent expertise in a diverse range of scientific fields (such as biology, engineering, geology, hydrology, epidemiology, chemistry, medicine, nutrition, and toxicology), as well as regulatory and industrial communities. 

There is a special honorary session for the lifetime achievement award to Prof. Iain Thornton. In addition, the International Medical Geology Association (IMGA, www.medicalgeology.org) provides a short course and supports a session in SEGH 2010.

Galway, located in the west of Ireland, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and attracts more than 1 million international tourists annually. It is easily accessible, with frequent direct flights to and from several cities in the UK. There are also frequent air, train and bus connections with Dublin. 

The conference venue is the campus of NUI Galway, within walking distance of Galway’s city centre. The conference is co-organized by National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway), Environmental Change Institute (ECI) and Health Service Executive (HSE) West, Ireland.

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