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The 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development in the Building and Environment(SuDBE2019)& the International Forum of Green and Healthy Buildings will be held in the University of Reading and the University of Cambridge, UK from 22nd to 28th July 2019.

The aim of this event is to encourage academics, designers and engineers, policy-makers to share the most up-to-date research outcomes and practical experience in green buildings and low-carbon eco-cities.  The SuDBE international conference was first launched in 2003 jointly organized by Chongqing University and the University of Cambridge. The consecutive biennial conferences mainly focus on sustainable building environmental design, building energy conservation and carbon reduction, low-carbon technologies, urban ecological environment and green buildings, renewable energy utilization and indoor environments. 







1 Kipen received a BA from UC Berkeley and MD from UC San Francisco. He completed an internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyteri an Medical Center in New York, followed by an MPH at Columbia and an Occupational Medicine residency at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Kipen is currently Professor and Chair (interim) of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Rutgers School of P ublic Health. He is also Chief of the Division of Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine, and Medical Director of the Controlled Enviro nment Facility (CEF) of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), where he is also Acting Associate Director. H e directs EOHSI’s Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core which facilitates clinical and epidemiologic translation of basic science discoveri es to human studies. He has authored over 180 scientific articles, book chapters and reviews on topics in environmental and occupational h ealth, many on the health effects of air pollutants, both indoor and outdoor. Since, 2004, he has directed human mechanistic biomarker and air pollution studies in Beijing, Chongqing / Reading, and the US to understa nd how air pollutants affect cardiovascular and respiratory health. He is PI on an EPA study that examines climate change impacts on air pol lution and biomarkers of vascular health. He has served on or chaired a number of committees at the Institute of Medicine/National Acade my of Sciences, NIH, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Thoracic Society, Department of Defense, and NJ Departments of Environmen tal Protection and Health. He co-directed the American Thoracic Society’s Ad hoc committee on “What Constitutes an Adverse Health Eff ect of Air Pollution.”, and is chair-elect of its Assembly on Environmental, Occupational, and Population Health. From 2009 to 2016, he chair ed NASA’s Standing Review Panel on Advanced Environmental Health / Food Technology. Presentation Title: Does Indoor Air Cause Lethal Health Problems and What Can We Do If it Does? Kipen received a BA from UC Berkeley and MD from UC San Francisco. He completed an internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyteri an Medical Center in New York, followed by an MPH at Columbia and an Occupational Medicine residency at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Kipen is currently Professor and Chair (interim) of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Rutgers School of P ublic Health. He is also Chief of the Division of Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine, and Medical Director of the Controlled Enviro nment Facility (CEF) of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), where he is also Acting Associate Director. H e directs EOHSI’s Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core which facilitates clinical and epidemiologic translation of basic science discoveri es to human studies. He has authored over 180 scientific articles, book chapters and reviews on topics in environmental and occupational h ealth, many on the health effects of air pollutants, both indoor and outdoor. Since, 2004, he has directed human mechanistic biomarker and air pollution studies in Beijing, Chongqing / Reading, and the US to understa nd how air pollutants affect cardiovascular and respiratory health. He is PI on an EPA study that examines climate change impacts on air pol lution and biomarkers of vascular health. He has served on or chaired a number of committees at the Institute of Medicine/National Acade my of Sciences, NIH, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Thoracic Society, Department of Defense, and NJ Departments of Environmen tal Protection and Health. He co-directed the American Thoracic Society’s Ad hoc committee on “What Constitutes an Adverse Health Eff ect of Air Pollution.”, and is chair-elect of its Assembly on Environmental, Occupational, and Population Health. From 2009 to 2016, he chair ed NASA’s Standing Review Panel on Advanced Environmental Health / Food Technology. Presentation Title: Does Indoor Air Cause Lethal Health Problems and What Can We Do If it Does?

2 Kipen received a BA from UC Berkeley and MD from UC San Francisco. He completed an internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyteri an Medical Center in New York, followed by an MPH at Columbia and an Occupational Medicine residency at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Kipen is currently Professor and Chair (interim) of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Rutgers School of P ublic Health. He is also Chief of the Division of Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine, and Medical Director of the Controlled Enviro nment Facility (CEF) of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), where he is also Acting Associate Director. H e directs EOHSI’s Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core which facilitates clinical and epidemiologic translation of basic science discoveri es to human studies. He has authored over 180 scientific articles, book chapters and reviews on topics in environmental and occupational h ealth, many on the health effects of air pollutants, both indoor and outdoor. Since, 2004, he has directed human mechanistic biomarker and air pollution studies in Beijing, Chongqing / Reading, and the US to understa nd how air pollutants affect cardiovascular and respiratory health. He is PI on an EPA study that examines climate change impacts on air pol lution and biomarkers of vascular health. He has served on or chaired a number of committees at the Institute of Medicine/National Acade my of Sciences, NIH, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Thoracic Society, Department of Defense, and NJ Departments of Environmen tal Protection and Health. He co-directed the American Thoracic Society’s Ad hoc committee on “What Constitutes an Adverse Health Eff ect of Air Pollution.”, and is chair-elect of its Assembly on Environmental, Occupational, and Population Health. From 2009 to 2016, he chair ed NASA’s Standing Review Panel on Advanced Environmental Health / Food Technology. Presentation Title: Does Indoor Air Cause Lethal Health Problems and What Can We Do If it Does?

3 Kipen received a BA from UC Berkeley and MD from UC San Francisco. He completed an internal medicine residency at Columbia-Presbyteri an Medical Center in New York, followed by an MPH at Columbia and an Occupational Medicine residency at Mount Sinai in New York. Dr. Kipen is currently Professor and Chair (interim) of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health at the Rutgers School of P ublic Health. He is also Chief of the Division of Clinical Research and Occupational Medicine, and Medical Director of the Controlled Enviro nment Facility (CEF) of the Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute (EOHSI), where he is also Acting Associate Director. H e directs EOHSI’s Integrative Health Sciences Facility Core which facilitates clinical and epidemiologic translation of basic science discoveri es to human studies. He has authored over 180 scientific articles, book chapters and reviews on topics in environmental and occupational h ealth, many on the health effects of air pollutants, both indoor and outdoor. Since, 2004, he has directed human mechanistic biomarker and air pollution studies in Beijing, Chongqing / Reading, and the US to understa nd how air pollutants affect cardiovascular and respiratory health. He is PI on an EPA study that examines climate change impacts on air pol lution and biomarkers of vascular health. He has served on or chaired a number of committees at the Institute of Medicine/National Acade my of Sciences, NIH, Department of Veterans Affairs, American Thoracic Society, Department of Defense, and NJ Departments of Environmen tal Protection and Health. He co-directed the American Thoracic Society’s Ad hoc committee on “What Constitutes an Adverse Health Eff ect of Air Pollution.”, and is chair-elect of its Assembly on Environmental, Occupational, and Population Health. From 2009 to 2016, he chair ed NASA’s Standing Review Panel on Advanced Environmental Health / Food Technology. Presentation Title: Does Indoor Air Cause Lethal Health Problems and What Can We Do If it Does?



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