HHEAR Exposomics Webinar Series

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Exposomics is a rapidly evolving approach in the contemporary biomedical sciences. It involves characterizing the totality of exposures and their effects on our health since conception.

HHEAR will be hosting a series of webinars on various topics important to exposomics. All webinars will be recorded and made publicly available on this website.

Next in the Webinar Series

Systematic Biological Responses to Environmental Exposures

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Description: Exposures to environmental agents can disturb key biological mechanisms that may manifest to adverse health outcomes. In this HHEAR Webinar, Drs Baccarelli and Petrick will discuss how environmental exposures can affect such key biological mechanisms including epigenetics, metabolic pathways, and gene-regulatory pathways and how those disturbances can result into health-related problems.

Andrea Baccarelli, MD, PhD - Speaker
Professor, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, New York

Lauren Petrick, PhD - Speaker
Associate Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York

Michelle L. Heacock, PhD - Moderator
Health Scientist Administrator, NIEHS

November 3, 2022
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT


Upcoming Webinar Topics

  • Computational Workflows for Untargeted Exposomics
  • Advances in Statistical Methods for Exposomics
  • New Technologies for Chemical Exposure Assessments
  • Chemical Characterization of Environmental Samples
  • Clinical Translation of Exposomics for Precision Medicine
  • Development of Biomedical Knowledge Bases for Exposomics