September 8 – The Intersection of Health, Transportation, and Equitable Solutions (CME)
Climate & Health Equity Webinar Series
Note: CME available, see below for more info
The Intersection of Health, Transportation, and Equitable Solutions
Friday, September 8, 2023
Transportation plays an important role in the impact of air pollution and its inequitable health impacts on disadvantaged communities. Dr. Maria “Cecilia” Pinto deMoura, Senior Vehicles Engineer in the Clean Transportation program at the Union of Concerned Scientists, will discuss current topics from the intersection of climate change, transportation emissions, health impacts, and equity.
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 credit (s) ™
*Note: CME credit is available until April 2024
(the activity code can be found in the above recording)
|Maria Cecilia Pinto deMoura, PhD,
Senior Vehicles Engineer in the Clean Transportation program, the Union of Concerned Scientistss
|The Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) requires Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM) to identify and resolve conflicts of interest for all individuals responsible for the development, management, presentation, and/or evaluation of a CE activity. In order to fulfill this requirement, MSM can only approve a CE activity when all involved individuals have completed the following disclosure form.
Speaker Bio: Dr. Maria “Cecilia” Pinto deMoura
Maria Cecilia Pinto de Moura is senior vehicles engineer in the Clean Transportation program at the Union of Concerned Scientists. She conducts research on transportation energy and emissions, and performs analyses in support of regional and national policy campaigns that aim to reduce oil use and mitigate vehicle emissions. Dr. Pinto de Moura also works with the UCS Climate & Energy modeling team on national transportation energy and emissions modeling. Prior to joining UCS, Dr. Pinto de Moura served as a research associate for the Joint Global Change Research Institute/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, where she developed emissions and climate scenarios using integrated assessment models. Dr. Pinto de Moura also conducted research for the Center for Energy and Environmental Economics at the Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro. She volunteered as an environmental advocate in Rio de Janeiro for over 10 years, saving green urban areas from deforestation.