23rd of November 2022; ANSES & IARC/WHO Conference “Radiofrequencies and Health: Research in a fast-moving environment“

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Opening

Benoît Vallet, Director general of ANSES

Elisabete Weiderpass, IARC Director

Radiofrequencies and health research in a fast-moving environment

SESSION 1 – EXPOSURE TO RADIOFREQUENCIES AND SYMPTOMS

Overview “Exposure to radiofrequencies and symptoms”

Émilie Van Deventer, World Health Organization (WHO), Geneva, Switzerland

Progress of the COSMOS project

Isabelle Deltour, IARC, Lyon, France

Reported symptoms and exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from mobile-phone base stations in French urban areas

Claire Segala, SEPIA-Santé, Lorient, France

ExpoComm and ENVI-EHS projects: Acceptability of a protocol for radiofrequency exposure

Maryse Ledent, Sciensano, Bruxelles, Belgium

Benjamin Vatovez, ISSeP, Liège, Belgium

SESSION 2 – RADIO FREQUENCY AND THE BRAIN

Moderator: Anne Pereira, Laboratory of Cognitive and Adaptive Neurosciences (LNCA), UMR 7364, Strasbourg

General presentation “Radiofrequencies and the brain

Giuseppe Curcio, University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy

ELFES: Longitudinal radiofrequency study and sleep problems in children

Monica Guxens, Barcelona Institute for Global Health, Barcelona, Spain

NeuroPrem-RF: Impact of chronic exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields on the neurophysiological development of premature newborns

Erwan Stéphan-Blanchard, University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens, France

SPUTNIC: The association between exposure markers (in real life) of the use mobile phone use and cognitive abilities, health-related quality of life and sleep

Marloes Eeftens, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland

Neurinf-1800: Effects of 1800 MHz GSM waves on neuroinflammatory reactions

Michel Mallat, Brain Institute, Paris, France

Discussion

SESSION 3 – RADIO FREQUENCIES AND CANCER

Moderator: Elisabeth Weiderpass, Director of IARC

General presentation “Radiofrequencies and cancer

Joachim Schüz, IARC, Lyon, France

INTER-CAL: Effects of Recall Bias on Modeling Glioma Risk from Mobile Phone Use: Results of a Case-Control Simulation Study

Liacine Bouaoun, IARC, Lyon, France

FIGé: Intermediate frequencies and genotoxic stress

Yves Le Dréan, University of Rennes 1, Rennes, France

ASTRO-RF: Effect of electromagnetic fields from mobile phones on the evolution of brain tumors

Anne Sophie Bonnet-Villégier, National Institute for the Industrial Environment and Risks, Verneuil-en-Halatte, France

Discussion

SESSION 4 – EXPOSURE TO RADIO FREQUENCY

General presentation “Exposure to radio frequencies

Wout Joseph, University of Ghent, Belgium

VigiExpo: an autonomous and collaborative system for characterizing exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields

Nicolas Noe, Scientific and Technical Center for Building, Nantes, France

ACCEDERA: Study of electromagnetic fields in micro-environments in five countries, using two individual exposure meters and a “distributed” type sensor worn on the body

Marloes Eeftens, Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute, Basel, Switzerland

AMPERE: characterization of residential exposure to RF waves

Joe Wiart, Institut Mines Telecom – Telecom ParisTech, Paris, France

ROUND TABLE – RAPIDLY CHANGING TECHNOLOGIES

COMBINING THE TIME OF SCIENCE AND THAT OF REGULATION

Animation: Matthieu Schuler, Deputy Director General of the “Science for Expertise” Division, Anses, Maisons-Alfort, France

Speakers:

Pierre Delvenne, University of Liège, Belgium

Sophie Pelletier, PRIARTEM

Elisabete Weiderpass, Director of IARC

Anne Pereira, Laboratory of Cognitive and Adaptive Neurosciences (LNCA), UMR 7364, Strasbourg

Conclusion

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