Radio interview on Gas Stoves on TBS eFM This Morning, Seoul, Korea
02/01/2023 Listen to interview with Dr. Fabian
Research for People & Planet: Residential Weatherization, Energy Security & Health Disparities
12/02/22 Webinar panel moderated by Dr. Fabian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FE8pzka3038
Environmental Risk Factors in Public Health and the Opportunities for Advanced Sensing, AI, and Data Science Methods
12/01/22 Presentation by Dr. Fabian, 7 minute talk @ 1 hour 11 minutes
http://Environmental Risk Factors in Public Health and the Opportunities for Advanced Sensing, AI, and Data Science Methods
Sustainability, Health Equity, and Antiracism in the 21sth Century
09/30/22 at BU Center for Antiracist Research (CAR)
Modeling future weather impacts on indoor temperature and utility costs in multi-family housing in Boston, MA
09/26/22 Poster presentation of Kate Connolly’s doctoral dissertation work at International Society for Exposure Science (ISES), Lisbon, Portugal. Exploring tradeoffs in indoor temperatures and energy use at the intersection of warming climate, air conditioning subsidies, and building retrofits (e.g. weatherization or decarbonization).
Decoupling race/ethnicity from pediatric lung function metrics to investigate potential misclassification bias in environmental epidemiologic research
09/18/22 Poster presentation of Matt Bozigar’s work at International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Athens, Greece.
Engaging Businesses in Extreme Heat Solutions: a A Better City and Boston Green Ribbon Commission Conversation
09/07/22 Panel with Zoe Davis (City of Boston), Reverend Vernon Walker (Communities Responding to Extreme Weather (CREW)), Dr. Megan Sandel (Boston Medical Center), Bianca Bowman (GreenRoots), Professor Patricia Fabian (Boston University), moderated by David Sittenfeld (Museum of Science) to learn about the City of Boston’s Heat Plan that details 26 citywide strategies for addressing the increased temperatures and extreme heat events anticipated due to climate change. Hear how leaders from the healthcare industry, cultural institutions, higher education, and community-based organizations can help promote community heat resilience in Boston and will begin a conversation about ways that the business community and private sector can support extreme heat solutions in Boston, through both short- and long-term heat resilience efforts that benefit local communities.
Boston University Research on Tap
03/01/2022 M. Patricia Fabian, ScD, Associate Professor, Environmental Health, SPH, gives a talk titled “Climate Adaptation and Mitigation Interventions in the Built Environment” at BU’s research on Tap event. YouTube link
Pushing Boundaries, Women Scientists at the Forefront of Community-Engaged Research
11/18/2021 Panelists Drs. Fabian, Hutyra, Scammell, and Templer. YouTube link
From Snow Days to Heat Days: Climate Impacts on Heat and Health in the Boston Area
05/24/21 Panel co-hosted by Museum of Science Boston, Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) and Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC). YouTube link
Modeling the Impact of Exposure Reductions Using Multi-Stressor Epidemiology, Exposure Models and Synthetic Microdata: A Case Study of Birthweight in Two Environmental Justice Communities
Hosted 04/26/21 as part of NIH-EPA Environmental Health Disparities Research Webinar Series: Intersections Between the Chemical, Physical, Built and Social Environments.
Environmental Justice Research and Action: Examples from a Community-University Relationship in Massachusetts
Hosted 04/07/21 by the Consortium for Climate Risk in the Urban Northeast (CCRUN) Green Infrastructure, Climate, and Cities Seminar Series.
Urban Heat: Rising Temperature and Population Vulnerability.
Hosted on 03/04/21 by the Boston University Board of Trustees Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing as part of the educational activities undertaken by the Committee as it considers the topic of fossil fuel divestment.
Developing a Geographic Information System to Study Social and Environmental Determinants of Health
Hosted 02/22/21 as part of NIH-EPA Environmental Health Disparities Research Webinar Series. Presentation #3.
Wearing a Mask Protects Others – and Might Protect You Too
08/05/20. NPR Wisconsin Public Radio interview with Dr. Fabian. Wearing face masks is known to protect other people. Now, new research is finding that masks might protect the person wearing them, too. In light of the state mask mandate, an expert explains what’s known, and what remains unknown, about masks and respiratory illness.
What to Know Before Making Your Own DIY Face Mask
04/28/20 Popular Mechanics article quoting Dr. Fabian.
Modeling Infection Spread and Impact of Interventions in Buildings
10/25/2016 Microbiomes of the Built Environment NAS, talk by Dr. Fabian. YouTube link