2015: Manganese OHES Showcase Symposium

Ottawa, Canada

2015, October 14-15

The International Manganese Institute (IMnI) launched an ambitious 5-Year Plan in 2011 to cover scientific knowledge gaps regarding the impacts of manganese on human health and the environment  The 5-Year plan is now completed and has produced significant new research. These new studies will be showcased at a dedicated symposium, addressing four major themes:

  • Recent studies on Manganese
  • Manganese and Human Health
  • Manganese and the Environment.

Speakers include representatives from relevant regulatory agencies, industry and academia.  This workshop will serve as a forum for leaders in risk assessment, risk management and communication-related areas to come together to debate on the latest advancements in Mn research and how they can be best applied.

The symposium will take place at the University of Ottawa, Canada, from October 14-15, 2015.

Admission is free.

More information will be provided soon.

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Documents

Title Date Format Download
Symposium Program Overview 18/08/15 PDF » Download
Symposium Detailed Program 18/08/15 PDF » Download
Speakers Biographies 05/10/15 PDF » Download
Registration Form 18/08/15 PDF » Download
Accommodation Information 18/08/15 PDF » Download
Travel Information 18/08/15 PDF » Download

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