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
Chemical Characterization of Environmental Samples
Description: Environmental epidemiology and exposomics studies often rely upon measurements of blood and urine to evaluate exposures and health effects; however, analysis of environmental samples can provide complementary and unique information that cannot be gleaned from biomonitoring alone. In this webinar, Drs. Lee Ferguson and Heather Stapleton will discuss both targeted and nontargeted approaches used in analyzing environmental samples, including water, dust/soil, and personal measurements such as handwipes and wristbands, to address important questions about exposure sources and pathways.
Lee Ferguson, PhD - Speaker
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University
Heather Stapleton, PhD - Speaker
Ronie-Richele Garcia-Johnson Distinguished Professor, Duke University
Michelle Heacock, PhD - Moderator
Health Scientist Administrator, Hazardous Substances Research Branch, NIEHS
May 24, 2023
3:00 PM EDT
Upcoming Webinar Topics
- Clinical Translation of Exposomics for Precision Medicine
- Development of Biomedical Knowledge Bases for Exposomics