HERCULES was invited to join the Proctor Creek Coalition, a group consisting of several community-based organizations, developers, and federal, state, and local governmental agencies working collaboratively to address the contamination, flooding, mold/air quality, and built environment challenges facing a local Atlanta community.
On Friday, April 4th at 11AM (EST) the first webinar will air in a new series by NIEHS: Exposure Science & the Exposome. This webinar comes as a continuation of the NIEHS commitment to facilitating discussions of exposome-related research and applications for the field of exposure science in environmental health. Goal 3 of the NIEHS […]
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The Human Early-Life Exposome – Novel tools for integrating early-life environmental exposures and child health across Europe
Major environmental hazards such as ambient air pollution, environmental tobacco smoke, water and food contaminants, noise, pesticides and ultraviolet (UV) light may lead to serious, chronic pathologies with large societal and economic costs, especially when exposure occurs during critical periods of development in pregnancy or early life.
Investigators at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University, along with partners at the Georgia Institute of Technology, have received a $4 million grant over four years to establish the HERCULES Center at Emory University (Health and Exposome Research Center: Understanding Lifetime Exposures). The grant is the first exposome-based center grant awarded in the United States.