SPH Distinguished Lectures
The School of Public Health is excited to invite you to our Distinguished Lecture by Dr. Henry A. Anderson.
Evolving Public Health Fish Consumption Advice: Application of Qualitative or Quantitative Approaches to Balance Risks and Benefits
Dr. Anderson has been Chief Medical Officer and State Environmental and Occupational Disease Epidemiologist for the Department of Health Services/Division of Public Health from 1980 until his retirement in early November 2016. Over the past 30 years he has been the leader of the Consortium of Great Lakes States conducting and coordinating activities concerning fish consumption health impacts and the use of consumption advisories. He has lead multiple research projects documenting the human health hazards of consumption of Great Lakes and other sport fish. His multi-institutional collaborations have included recent projects with the University of Illinois School Of Public Health. He is currently leading two USEPA GLRI grants enhancing Wisconsin’s fish monitoring and advisory activities and a newly awarded ATSDR human biomonitoring cooperative agreement.
Date: Monday, November 14, 2016
Time: 3 PM to 4 PM
Location: Rm. 109 Auditorium, 1603 W. Taylor Street (Taylor and Ashland). A reception for Dr. Anderson will follow in the SPH Student Lounge.