Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource

The Human Health Exposure Analysis Resource (HHEAR) is a centralized network of exposure analysis services and expertise available to eligible researchers who want to add or expand exposure analysis to their studies of human health. There is no cost to the investigator. Find out more about HHEAR.

What HHEAR offers:

Learn how to apply for HHEAR services

News and Highlights

HHEAR Exposomics Webinar Series

The 14th webinar in the series, "Racial disparities in chemical exposures" will be on May 2, 2024, at 3pm EDT. Click here to register. Additionally, Recordings of previous webinars in the series are currently available on the Exposomics Webinar page.

HHEAR Spotlight Series

This video series includes interviews with HHEAR investigators, during which they discuss their HHEAR project, their experience with HHEAR, and how environmental exposure analysis enhanced their study.

New Education Modules Available

Several new resources are available for HHEAR investigators navigating the post-approval process, and investigators interested in learning more about environmental exposures. Visit the Additional Resources page to view the education modules.

HHEAR is no longer accepting applications

View the HHEAR Application Submission and Review Schedule for more details about the timeline of review activities for applications that have already been submitted.

Pilot and Feasibility Program

HHEAR is no longer accepting applications for the Pilot and Feasibility (P&F) Program.

Data Center Updates

Find out about recent updates to the HHEAR data repository.

HHEAR Brochure

Download and share the HHEAR Brochure (PDF).