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IAQM AGM and keynote speech

01 Dec, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Join us for our 2021 virtual Annual General Meeting and take advantage of the opportunity to hear about the IAQM’s strategic direction and activities in 2022, hear about your new Committee members and ask any questions. This AGM follows the recent changes made to the IAQM Committee election procedure.

The AGM will be followed by a keynote speech from Prof Frank Kelly. He will be discussing air pollution and public health: emerging hazards and improved understanding of risk.

Event schedule

14:30: AGM, including update from IAQM Chair Christine McHugh
15:00: Keynote speech
15:40: Discussion
16:00: Plenary and Close

Our speaker 

Professor Frank J Kelly PhD, FRSB, FRSC, FKC, FMedSci

Professor Kelly holds the Humphrey Battcock Chair in Community Heath Policy at Imperial College London, where he is Director of the Environmental Research Group, Director of the NIHR Health Protection Research Unit on Environment and Health and Deputy Director of the MRC-PHE Centre for Environment & Health.

Prof Kelly leads a substantial research activity which spans all aspects of air pollution research from toxicology to science policy. He has led studies of the urban airshed within London including the impact of the introduction of London’s Congestion Charging Zone and Low Emission Zone. He is past Chairman of the British Association for Lung Research and he has provided policy support to the WHO on air pollution issues. He has chaired COMEAP, the UK’s Department of Health & Social Care Expert Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants for the last 9 years and he is a member of the US Health Effects Institute Review Committee.


IAQM member: Free 
Standard: £25

Once you have registered the project office will be in touch  to organise payment.


01 Dec, 2021
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm
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