Medical Symposium: Health Impacts of Oil & Gas Development

The objective of the medical symposium is to raise awareness and to inform the medical community about the potential health effects of oil and gas development in Colorado, and to foster networking among medical and health professionals and researchers around this topic. The symposium is focused on health and medical professionals, specifically practitioners and researchers in the Colorado Front Range area (the region from Denver to the Wyoming border) which includes the most dense concentration of oil and gas wells in the United States. This is an invitation-only event, limited to 300 participants, and will include a morning break, lunch and a networking happy hour. 


Dr. Sandra Steingraber, PhD

Dr. Beth Ewaskowitz, PhD

Dr. Catherine Thomasson, MD

Dr. Detlev Helmig, PhD

Kim Schultz, BS

Dr. Stephanie Malin, PhD

Dr. Larysa Dyrszka, MD

Dr. John Adgate, PhD, MSPH


Breakout Speakers:

Dan Leftwich, Attorney

Raina Rippel, BA

Jessa Chabeau, MSW

Dr. David Nolan, MD

Barbara Donachy, MPH


Please view our webpage that contains the full schedule, directions, parking, check-in details and event maps here. After the Symposium we are excited to be able to share video content! We look forward to seeing you February 1st!

Event organizing partners include: Environmental Justice CSU, CSU School of Public Health, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Sauce Promotion & Productions and 30360 Media

Event Date: 
Friday, February 1, 2019 - 8:00am