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    Charmed Center Johns Hopkins University The mission of the NIEHS P30 Core Center , Community Health Addressing Regional Maryland Environmental Determinants of Disease (CHARMED) is to build capacity in community-engaged research aimed at understanding the mechanistic links between environmental exposures and adverse health outcomes and translate these findings into action to improve the health and well-being of vulnerable individuals in communities across the greater Maryland region. We are building partnerships with communities of the greater Baltimore region (from Washington, DC through Baltimore, MD and including some regions of Pennsylvania) to address their environmental concerns. ss

  • Copy of NIEHS Meeting | JHU Charmed Center

    Welcome to the NIEHS EHSCC Meeting! ​ The 2024 NIEHS Scientific Meeting hosted by the Johns Hopkins CHARMED Center ​ September 23-25, 2024 The Hyatt Regency 300 Light Street , Baltimore, MD 21218 Download the EHSCC Meeting Program Science Session Details and Speaker Bios Click the buttons below to view session details and speaker bios Sept 23 1:15pm – Opening Keynote Sept 23 2:20pm – Plenary Session A: Environmental Contributions to Health Disparities CEC Session Agenda and Speaker Bios CEC Agenda CEC Speaker Bio BA Session Agenda and Speaker Bios BA Agenda BA Speaker Bio About the Conference The annual EHSCC meeting brings together researchers, scientists, and community members in the field of environmental health science for enlightening sessions, interactive discussions, and networking opportunities. ​ The 2024 event will offer outstanding opportunities for academics and community members to share their insights and expand their knowledge. In addition to our regular agenda, we hope you will take advantage of these additional opportunities to explore Baltimore and network with peers: Monday, Sept. 24: Tour of Baltimore communities, details will be announced Monday, Sept. 24: Dinner reception at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture . This is a great chance to meet other professionals in the field of environmental health science while exploring the museum. ​ Venue Information for Conference The meeting will be held at the Baltimore Hyatt Regency located at 300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 . As partners with the hotel, we are delighted to offer conference attendees an exclusive discounted rate of $1xx per night . Air Travel The nearest airport to Baltimore is the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). The hotel is 17 miles from the airport. ​ Amtrak ​ ​ Contact Us To learn more about EHSCCs, visit NIEHS’s website. If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at mrendel1@jh.edu . Join us for an inspiring and fruitful conference in Baltimore! Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P30ESxxxx. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

  • NIEHS Meeting | JHU Charmed Center

    Welcome to the NIEHS EHSCC Meeting! ​ The 2024 NIEHS Scientific Meeting hosted by the Johns Hopkins CHARMED Center ​ September 23-25, 2024 The Hyatt Regency 300 Light Street , Baltimore, MD 21218 About the Conference The annual EHSCC meeting brings together researchers, scientists, and community members in the field of environmental health science for enlightening sessions, interactive discussions, and networking opportunities. ​ The 2024 event will offer outstanding opportunities for academics and community members to share their insights and expand their knowledge. In addition to our regular agenda, we hope you will take advantage of these additional opportunities to explore Baltimore and network with peers: Monday, Sept. 24: Tour of Baltimore communities, details will be announced Monday, Sept. 24: Dinner reception at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture . This is a great chance to meet other professionals in the field of environmental health science while exploring the museum. ​ Venue Information for Conference The meeting will be held at the Baltimore Hyatt Regency located at 300 Light Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 . As partners with the hotel, we are delighted to offer conference attendees an exclusive discounted rate of $1xx per night . Air Travel The nearest airport to Baltimore is the Baltimore-Washington International Airport (BWI). The hotel is 17 miles from the airport. ​ Amtrak ​ ​ Contact Us To learn more about EHSCCs, visit NIEHS’s website. If you have any questions or require further information, please do not hesitate to contact us at mrendel1@jh.edu . Join us for an inspiring and fruitful conference in Baltimore! Research reported in this publication was supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P30ESxxxx. The content is solely the responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent the official views of the National Institutes of Health.

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  • Community, Social, and Environmental Determinants of Health | JHU Charmed Center

    < Back to Research Group List Community, Social, and Environmental Determinants of Health Chris Heaney and Ana Rule This TRG is led by Dr. Chris Heaney ( Associate Professor) and co-led by Dr. Ana Rule (Assistant Professor). The proposed C HARME D will serve as a nucleus to merge parallel efforts and utilize the expertise and services of the center to expand the scope of research on topics with important community implications. As one important example, fossil fuel production, processing, and use have been drivers of poor air quality and community and health impacts for centuries. As older technologies are phased out and new ones are considered and developed, it is paramount to understand the potential and ongoing impacts that these activities can have on exposures, communities, and population health. Multiple Center members have been involved in understanding emission, pollutant distribution, and the community, economic, and health impacts of existing (e.g., oil refineries) and new (e.g., UNGD) fossil fuel development, distribution, and use. Many translational bridges 20 have been successfully achieved by these investigations ( Figure ). ​ Previous Next

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  • CHARMED Environmental Justice Partnerships Board (EJPB) February Meeting

    < Back to Past Events List CHARMED Environmental Justice Partnerships Board (EJPB) February Meeting Date: Feb 28, 2023 CHARMED Environmental Justice Partnerships Board (EJPB) February meeting was on Tuesday, 02/28/2023 at the Henrietta Lacks Community Center (411 New Pittsburg Ave, Dundalk, Maryland 21222, United States) from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. Previous Next

  • Cardiorespiratory Health and Airborne Contaminants | JHU Charmed Center

    < Back to Research Group List Cardiorespiratory Health and Airborne Contaminants Kirsten Koehler and Meredith McCormack T here is a high prevalence of cardiovascular, pulmonary, and neurodegenerative diseases in the Maryland region. Many researchers are engaged in studying the health outcomes of these vulnerable populations without a robust scientific interaction with exposure scientists. This TRG is led by Kirsten Koehler (Associate Professor), who is an exposure assessment expert, and co-led by Meredith McCormack, (Associate Professor, JHU School of Medicine) and expert in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with asthma and COPD. Our focus is on defining the contribution of exposure to air contaminants (e.g., PM2.5, gases, vapors, allergens) prevalent in the Maryland region to a range of cardiorespiratory health outcomes including asthma, cardiovascular disease, COPD, and autism. This working group will enable such interactions to catapult the impact of ongoing NIEHS supported research as well as spearhead new scientific directions ( Figure ). Innovations in exposure science coupled with health outcomes in the population can help unravel environmental determinants of diseases in vulnerable populations. ​ Previous Next

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