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

Racial disparities in chemical exposures

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Description: Why and how chemical exposures differ among racial groups and how that can influence human health are key questions in achieving the objectives of environmental justice. In this webinar, Dr Donghai Liang and Dr Shelley Liu will discuss findings on variations in chemical exposures by racial groups and their potential health implications.

Shelley Liu, PhD - Speaker
Associate Professor, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, USA

Donghai Liang, PhD, MPH - Speaker
Assistant Professor, Environmental Health with a joint appointment in Epidemiology, Emory University

Susan Laessig, PhD, MS, DABT - Moderator
ECHO Cohort Program Officer, NIH

Thursday, May 2, 2024
3:00 PM EDT

Upcoming Webinar Topics

(in alphabetical order)

  • Adductomics - DNA/Protein adducts as biomarkers for exposures
  • Advances in multi-analyte quantitative assays
  • Analytical advances in untargeted exposomics assays
  • Applications of exposomics in clinical trials
  • Biobanking for exposomics - modernizing biospecimen repositories
  • Biomedical knowledgebases for exposomics
  • Cancer exposomics
  • Chemical characterization of environmental samples
  • Chemical biomonitoring and environmental justice
  • Chemical hazard identification
  • Climate change and exposomics
  • Data sharing ecosystem for exposomics
  • Development of artificial intelligence (AI) models for exposomics
  • Exposome and gut microbial ecology
  • Exposomics and neurodegenerative diseases
  • Exposomics in the ECHO program
  • Mass spectral and chemical databases for untargeted exposomics
  • New technologies for chemical exposure assessments
  • Risk assessment of chemical mixtures
  • Systematic biological responses to environmental exposures