From: Debbie Decker <debbie.m.decker**At_Symbol_Here**GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Present Your Research During ACS Fall 2021
Date: Fri, 26 Mar 2021 15:44:39 -0700
Reply-To: ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**Princeton.EDU>
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A General Chemical Health and Safety symposium is also planned - to capture the good work that doesn't nearly fit.

Tell us about the creative ways you're doing your job, the interesting projects you're working on, what you're looking forward to.

Any questions? Give me a ping.


On Fri, Mar 26, 2021, 2:20 PM CHAS imap account <membership**At_Symbol_Here**> wrote:
CHAS/CANN symposia accepting abstracts include:


Chemists with Disabilities/Chemical Health & Safety for Disability Support
Debbie Decker

Designing & Operating Facilities with Safety in Mind
Christopher Incarvito
Joseph Pickel
This symposium will build upon previous events focused on the increased role of design and managed operations in the research enterprise. The collaborative nature of scientific research teams requires an equally as collaborative planning and operations team. More and more, professionals trained in specific scientific disciplines are seeking positions with broader responsibilities beyond their perceived core competencies - space design, facilities, laboratory management, purchasing, finance, etc. This session will explore the form-to-function dynamic of laboratory design with an eye towards designing spaces that safeguard researchers by implementing environmental health and safety features early in the design process. Learning Outcomes • Application of safety-guided space planning • Examine post-occupancy risk-mitigation strategies • Discuss and compare specific laboratory design case studies - new building, renovation, relocation, etc. - as they relate to safety.

Moving forward: Lessons Learned from Pandemics, Extreme Weather Events, Fire Storms & More (Invited)
Neal Langerman
Flooding, rain, extreme storms, wildland fires, pandemics and more are forcing institutions and facilities to re-examine their operating assumptions and design parameters. Manufacturing facilities, educational institutions, government agencies and businesses are invited to participate in this symposium with a focus on moving forward based on the lessons we have learned from these disasters. How are you revising your thinking about preparing for hurricanes? How are you modifying your operations because of heavy smoke in the air? What will you operations look like as we co-exist with the lingering SARS-CoV2 virus?

Safety Leadership & Diversity Mary Koza
Safety and Diversity are core values of the ACS, this session will be a mix of invited speakers and contributed speakers. They will focus on their beginnings to the present with an emphasis on what programs (eg: ACS SEED program) and life lessons have supported them through their careers. Through this session we would like to share experiences and best practices.


Molecular Diagnostics for Plant Pathogen Identification in Cannabis & Hemp Oral Contributed
Kimberly Ross
As cultivation of cannabis in the US and beyond becomes more widespread, understanding the prevalenc... Read more

Cannabis Aerosols: Safety & Analytics Oral Contributed
Amber Wise
Inhaled cannabis products are extremely popular but little is known about the molecular profile of t... Read more

Cannabis Nanotechnology: Applications, Efficacy, & Safety Oral Contributed
Nigam Arora
Nanotechnology is rapidly being incorporated into cannabinoid solubilization techniques, drug delive... Read more

Fundamentals in Cannabis Research Oral Contributed
Nigam Arora
Amber Wise
Fundamental research is imperative to the understanding of cannabis cultivation, extraction, product... Read more

Present Your Research During
ACS Fall 2021
Abstracts for oral and poster presentations for ACS Fall 2021 are being accepted until Monday, April 12. The theme, Resilience of Chemistry, will be at the core of programming. Those who wish to submit an abstract will have the option of selecting a virtual or in-person abstract submission.

While ACS Fall 2021 is planned as a hybrid event, we continue to carefully monitor the situation relative to the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential impacts on the meeting. ACS will provide additional updates about the meeting as they become available.

Visit the website to find a list of the programming divisions and planned symposia open for submissions.

The deadline to submit abstracts is Monday, April 12.
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