Program


9.00-9.20 am
Introduction and technical explanations
Dr. Alex Rosen, Pediatrician, Co-chair of IPPNW Germany

9.20-9.40 am
Greetings from Fukushima and from all over the world

9.40 -10.00 am
Introduction to the nuclear catastrophe
Dr. Angelika Claußen, Psychiatrist, IPPNW Regional vice president Europe

10.00-10.15 am
Break

10.15-10.45 am
The current situation in Fukushima
Shaun Burnie, Senior nuclear specialist, Greenpeace

10.45-11.15 am
Low dose radiation health risks - epidemiology and evidence
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Hoffmann, Epidemiologist, University Clinic Greifswald

11.15-11.30 am
Break

11.30-12.30 am
Cancer in Fukushima, especially cases of pediatric thyroid cancer
Dr. Alex Rosen, Pediatrician, Co-chair of IPPNW Germany
Prof. Dr. Toshihide Tsuda, Epidemioligist, Okayama University


12.30-1.30 pm
Lunch Break

1.30-2:15 pm
Effects of the nuclear catastrophe on perinatal morbidity and mortality
Dr. Hagen Scherb, Biomathematician, Helmholtz Zentrum München

2.15-3.00 pm
Psychosocial effects of the nuclear catastrophe
Dr. Angelika Claußen, Psychiatrist, IPPNW Regional vice president Europe

3.00-3:15 pm
Break

3.15-4.15 pm
Ecology in Fukushima: What does a decade tell us?
Prof. Timothy Mousseau, Professor of Biological Sciences, University of South Carolina

4.15-4.30 pm
Break

4.30-5.15 pm
Health consequences for workers in Fukushima


5.15-5.30 pm
Break

5.30-6.15 pm
Effects of the nuclear catastrophe on the oceans
Dr. Ken Buesseler, Senior Marine Chemist & Geochemist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution

6.15-6.30 pm
Parallels and differences between Fukushima and Chernobyl
Juliane Dickel, Nuclear and Energy policies lead, Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND)

6.30-7.00 pm
Closing remarks, future research approaches, political demands
Dr. Alex Rosen, Pediatrician, Co-chair of IPPNW Germany

 

 

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