Breast cancer: Discover your environmental risks
On Thursday, Feb. 21, the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women is pleased to welcome UCSF professor and epidemiologist Peggy Reynolds, Ph.D. Reynolds will present researched-based insights into the role environmental factors may play in breast cancer and the opportunities for prevention that may be possible through regulatory and policy interventions.
Reynolds is a founding member and co-investigator of the California Teachers Study, which was founded in 1995. This study, which includes more than 130,000 participants, tracks the health and behaviors of California women to study potential causes of breast cancer and other serious diseases. Watch a video about the California Teachers Study.
Participants are encouraged to attend with questions.
Date: Thursday, Feb. 21
Time: 12-1 p.m.
In Oakland: Franklin 5320
Via Zoom: Dial *4, then (510) 987-9876
Advance registration is not required. For questions regarding this event, contact Katherine McKenzie at Katherine.McKenzie@ucop.edu
This event is sponsored by the Health and Wellness Subcommittee of the President’s Advisory Committee on the Status of Women (PACSW). The PACSW advances an agenda to improve the climate and opportunities for women at UCOP. Learn more.