Environmental Exposure Grand Rounds

Environmental Exposure Grand Rounds logo
A shared dialogue among Occupational and Environmental Medicine Physicians, the Minnesota Poison Control System, the Minnesota Department of Health, and the University of Minnesota School of Public Health.

Special Opportunity!!


October 20, 2015


Public Health at the Intersection of Danger and Opportunity:
Responding to Japan’s 3.11 Earthquake, Tsunami, and Nuclear Crisis.


Kenneth E. Nollet, MD, PhD
Professor and Director of International Cooperation
Fukushima Medical University (FMU) Radiation Medical Science Center

EEGR Event Information and Abstract

Seminar will be held at:

Minnesota Department of Health - Freeman Building - B-144 and B-145
625 Robert Street N.
St. Paul, MN

7 a.m. - 8 a.m.
Doors open at 6:45 a.m.

Parking Map

Directions to the Minnesota Department of Health - Freeman location

Save the date for Future EEGR seminars:

First Wednesday of November, February, and May


November 4, 2015




Jenna LeRoy, MD and Travis Olives, MD, MEd, MPH
Medical Toxicology Fellows, HealthPartners/Regions Hospital,
St. Paul, MN
Emergency Medicine/Internal Medicine Residents,
Hennepin County Medical Center

February 3, 2016,
May 4, 2016


About Environmental Exposure Grand Rounds

The purpose of Environmental Exposure Grand Rounds is to foster communication and multidisciplinary collaboration between medical and public health specialties through presentations and discussions that explore impact of environmental exposures on health.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits

CMEs are not offered for this EEGR.
We are looking into reinstituting them.

Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits have been offered for all previous Environmental Exposure Grand Rounds through Health Partners. Contact us at health.hazard@state.mn.us for more information.

Past seminars

We have a list of past seminars including date, topic, speaker, abstract, and presentations when possible.

Make a topic suggestion

Suggestions for topics are welcome. Please send your suggestions to health.hazard@state.mn.us.

Send a comment

Comments or questions? Please contact us at 651-201-4897 or health.hazard@state.mn.us.

Updated Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at 03:29PM