Thursday, May 9 | 8 am - 4:30 pm
University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
13070 East 19th Avenue
Education 1 Building, Room 1500
Aurora, CO 80045
Or Via Livestream
Program and Schedule
This symposium will provide an update on some of the most critical air quality issues facing Colorado including the effects of ozone, particulate matter, and traffic-related pollution.
We will cover implications of climate change for health of Colorado residents. An additional goal is to provide the Commissioners with an update in the context of an ever-increasing body of evidence.
Consequently, these topics will be framed to be relevant to Front Range communities, given the high levels of traffic-associated pollution, ozone, and exposure to industrial activities within this geographic region, in association with a growing population.
- Taryn Finnessey, Senior Climate Change Specialist – Colorado Department of Natural Resources
- Emily Fischer, Assistant Professor – Colorado State University
- Rob McConnell, Professor – University of Southern California
- Jennifer Peel, Professor and Section Head – Colorado State University
- Nathan Rabinovitch, Associate Professor –
- Allergy & Immunology – National Jewish Health
- Colleen Reid, Assistant Professor – University of Colorado
- Rosemary Rochford, Professor – Immunology & Microbiology, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus
- Jill Hunsaker Ryan, Executive Director – Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
- Jonathan Samet, Dean – Colorado School of Public Health
- John Volckens, Associate Professor – Colorado State University