Friday, October 25th at noon in CNR 4001 Miriam Vos: “Pediatric Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease and Arsenic” Young-Mi Go: “Mechanisms Underlying Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Pilot and Feasibility Study”
The Exposome: Capturing the totality of environmental exposures across the lifetime to better understand the environment’s contribution to health and disease.
HERCULES Investigator, Melissa Smarr, was recently featured on a research-focused podcast called Future Directions. She talked about her research experience in environmental and reproductive health, the exposome, and her work with HERCULES.
HERCULES was well-represented at the ISEE 2019 conference in Utrecht, The Netherlands. HERCULES Investigator Jeremy Sarnat organized a symposium session entitled “Mapping the Air Pollution Metabolome: Applications, Limitations, and the Path Forward.” The session consisted of five talks, including one from HERCULES Junior Investigator, Donghai Liang (along with Zhanghua Chen, USC; Beate Ritz, UCLA; Douglas […]
Emory University’s HERCULES Exposome Research Center funded a community-engaged pilot project investigating urban soil contamination in Atlanta. The study has led to an EPA site investigation and is an example of how partnering with communities strengthens science and expands its impact.