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OS6.8 - Differential vulnerability to air pollution exposures - oral session
Thursday 27 August 2009, 16:00 - 17:30
Vet Theatre 115
Chair: Hana Slachtova and Halina Rollin
OS6.8.1 Susceptibility factors to ozone-related mortality - a population-based case-crossover analysis
Massimo Stafoggia1, Annunziata Faustini1, Giovanna Berti2, Gabriele Accetta3, Luigi Bisanti4, Achille Cernigliaro5, Claudia Galassi6, Sandra Mallone7, Barbara Pacelli8, Carlo Perucci1, Maria Serinelli9, Roberta Tessari10, Mariangela Vigotti11, Francesco Forastiere*1, EPIAIR Group1
1Dept. Epidemiology, Rome E Health Authority, Italy, 2Epidem. Services, Regional Environmental Protection Agency, Piedmont, Italy, 3Dept. Statistics, University of Florence, Italy, 4Epidemiology Unit, Local Health Authority, Italy, 5Epidemiological Observatory, Regional Health Authority, Italy, 6Cancer Epidemiology Unit, C.P.O. Piedmont, Italy, 7Centre for Cancer Prevention, Italy, 8Epidem. Observatory, Dept. Public Health, Local Health Authority, Italy, 9Inst. Clinical Physiology, National Research Council, Italy, 10Local Health Authority "Veneziana", Italy, 11Dept. Biology, University of Pisa, Italy
OS6.8.2 Social Stress and Susceptibility to Concentrated Particulate Air Pollution (CAPs) in Rats
Jane Clougherty*1, Christina Rossi1, Joy Lawrence1, Mark Long1, Edgar Diaz1, Robert Lim1, Bruce McEwen2, Petros Koutrakis1, John Godleski1
1Harvard School of Public Health, United States, 2Rockefeller University, United States
OS6.8.3 Long-term exposure to traffic-related air pollution and mild cognitive impairment in the elderly
Ulrich Ranft*, Tamara Schikowski, Dorothee Sugiri, Jean Krutmann, Ursula Kraemer
Institut fuer umweltmedizinische Forschung, Germany
OS6.8.4 Double Burden of Deprivation and High Concentrations of Ambient Air Pollution at the Neighbourhood scale in Montreal, Canada
Dan Crouse*, Mark Goldberg, Nancy Ross
McGill University, Canada
OS6.8.5 Association between air pollution and stroke mortality differs according to socieconomic position
Benedicte Jacquemin*1, Victor Miranda2, Washington Leite Junger3, Magali Hurtado2, Patricio Solis4, Joel Schwartz5, Isabelle Romieu2
1Inserm, U780, Univ Paris Sud, France, 2Instituto Nacional de Salud Publica, Mexico, 3Universidad de São Paulo, Brazil, 4Colegio de Mexico, Mexico, 5Harvard School of Public Health, United States